The Serin high-arc bathroom faucet from American Standard is simple, modern, and exceptionally crafted. The Serin faucet is the perfect pair for a modern, contemporary bathroom with its clean lines and expert craftsmanship. Made from a durable, easy to clean brass material, the Serin faucet is built to last with prolonged contact with water. Drip-free performance is always guaranteed, for a lifetime, thanks to a ceramic disc valve cartridge. An exclusive speed connect metal drain makes installing the Serin faucet easy, using fewer parts - it seals the first time, every time.
- Speed Connect from American Standard-the pre-assembled drain that makes American Standard the easiest brand bathroom faucet to install.
- Brass Construction: Durable. Ideal for prolonged contact with water. Provides the finest surface for application of colors and finishes.
- Ceramic Disc Valve Cartridges: Assures a lifetime of drip-free performance.
- Low Lead: Meets NSF Standard 61/Section 9 & Prop 65 lead requirements.
- Speed connect metal drain makes installation easy, with fewer parts and no adjustments required
- Fewer parts. Installs in less time.
- No adjustments required - seals the first time, every time.
- Flexible stainless steel cable - installs effortlessly in tight spaces.
- Choice of Finishes: Available in Polished Chrome or Satin Nickel (PVD).
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