The Colony Soft single-handle faucet from American Standard combines the charm of traditional design, with Colonial simplicity for a faucet that has excellent performance, style, and value. This affordable faucet is WaterSense certified, with a maximum flow rate of 1.2 gallons per minute to help save water. An ADA compliant comfortable handle makes this faucet easy for all to use. Memory position valving allows the user to turn the faucet on and off at a preferred temperature without making any handle adjustment, and an adjustable hot limit safety stop helps to reduce the risk of accidental scalding.
- Simple and fast one person installation with the innovative Speed Connect drain using less parts and no adjustments required
- Cast brass waterway with City Shanks are strong and durable, providing a wobble-free installation
- Adjustable Hot Limit Safety Stop limits the amount of hot water allowed to mix with cold, to reduce the risk of accidental scalding
- Ceramic disc valve cartridge assures a lifetime of drip-free performance
- Lead Free
- ADA Compliant design is easy to use
- Large Comfort Zone : Allows easy fine tuning of temperature.
- Simple Installation: Fast and easy one person installation. Faucet drops in from top. Quick spin nuts secure faucet in place.
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