A recipe for success in contemporary kitchens. This one-handle bar faucet from our Pekoe Faucet Collection feels right at home in modern kitchens. Features include a Hi-Flow swivel spout, memory position valving that provides water at your preferred temperature, ADA-approved lever handle and single-hole installation for a cleaner appearance.
Style and substance strike a perfect balance in the kitchen faucet collections from American Standard. Our kitchen faucets are engineered to look beautiful and function flawlessly. Worry-free, drip-free and built to last, all of our kitchen faucets are covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty on function and finish. Ceramic disc valve provides a lifetime of smooth handle operation and drip-free performance Durable brass construction for long life Lifetime finish won't tarnish or scratch Lifetime warranty ADA Approved metal lever handle Coordinating Pull out, Pull Down, Semi-Professional and Kitchen Faucets also available Optional component: M961850-YYY0A (Metal Base plate) -- includes putty plate
- Ceramic disc valve provides a lifetime of smooth handle operation and drip-free performance
- Durable brass construction for long life
- Lifetime finish won't tarnish or scratch
- Lifetime warranty
- ADA Approved metal lever handle
- Coordinating Pull out, Pull Down, Semi-Professional and Kitchen Faucets also available
- Optional component: M961850-YYY0A (Metal Base plate) includes putty plate
||Adjustable Flow Rate
||Adjustable Flow Rate,Pull Down
|Fitting Connection Size
|Fitting Max Deck Thickness
|Fitting No of Holes Required
|Fitting Spout Reach
|Fitting Swivel Degrees
|Fitting Valve Material
||Limited Lifetime Warranty
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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