Based on its dramatic growth in recent years, Kerox Ltd. has rapidly emerged as one of the world's leading suppliers of ceramic single-lever faucet cartridges. Its production facility in Hungary has surpassed the annual sales of 22 million cartridges by 2014. In addition to its full range of cartridges in the single-lever category, in recent years Kerox has added advanced products in the thermostatic, rotary, diverter, joystick, head valve, wax motor, separate ceramic disks, single flow and pressure balance categories.

These cartridges are supplied to faucet manufacturers in more than 40 countries around the world, including those in Europe, North and South and Latin America, Asia, Australia and Africa.

Kerox' strength lies in its complete control over the most important aspects of cartridge production. This includes producing its own ceramic discs and plastic components, formulating its own patented lubricant, and producing much of the related tooling.

Kerox utilizes both pressed and molded varieties of ceramic discs, providing the unique advantages of each technology.

Faucet manufacturers worldwide choose Kerox because of its outstanding reputation for long term, trouble-free cartridge performance. The company's strength is based on a balanced commitment to the following aspects of its business:

  • Multi-stage quality control throughout the entire production process. Before leaving the plant each Kerox cartridge goes through a final test
  • Reliable on-time delivery and responsive customer service
  • Competitive pricing
  • Aggressive research and development activity. Supported by a team of more than 25 engineers, this department is constantly working on new product concepts, as well as refining existing ones
  • Custom development and production to meet special requirements of our customers.

Kerox cartridges meet the most demanding test and certification requirements worldwide, complying with relevant standards of EN, NF, ASME/CSA, ASSE, GB, and water-contact parts are approved by DVGW, WRC, NSF, ACS and ASNZS4020. Most models designed for primary use with potable drinking water are NSF listed (including all single-lever models).