The Delancey Pull-Down Single-Handle Kitchen Faucet from American Standard is a traditional swivel kitchen faucet with today s favorite features. The pull-down spray head features regular stream, spray for rinsing, and pause to tackle every kitchen task with ease. Durable brass spout, metal body and lever handle withstand everyday use in the busiest kitchen.
- PULL-DOWN DUAL-SPRAY FAUCET: Traditional single-hole kitchen faucet with toggle on spray head to easily switch from regular stream to spray functions
- SMOOTH RETRACTION: Re-Trax® system ensures smooth extension, retraction and docking of the faucet spray head
- DRIP-FREE: This single-handle kitchen faucet features a quality ceramic disc valve ensuring drip-free performance for life
- HIGH-ARC SWIVEL SPOUT: Provides ample clearance to fill large pots and access the entire sink
- FORWARD ROTATING HANDLE: Will not interfere with the backsplash
- WATER SAVINGS: Flow rate of 1.5 gallons per minute helps conserve water without sacrificing performance
- BUILT TO LAST: Durable brass spout, metal body and lever handle ensure years of reliable use
- LEAD-FREE: Faucet contains 0.25% total lead content by weighted average
- DURABLE FINISHES: Faucet finish resists scratches, corrosion and easily wipes clean
- WARRANTY: Limited lifetime warranty on function and finish
||GROHE BRUSHED COOL SUNRISE
||Not Applicable,Pull Down,Water Efficient
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|Fitting Max Deck Thickness with Escutcheon
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||Limited Lifetime Warranty
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