The Beale pull-down kitchen faucet from American Standard is innovation at its finest. A sleek, contemporary design sits on the forefront of technology, with our Selectronic touchless faucet system. A wave of your hand turns the Beale faucet on and off, with a sliding sensor door to select manual mode, when needed. Once on, select from either of two task-driven spray patterns, with a convenient pause button to stop the flow temporarily. The pull-down faucet spray head lets you handle your kitchen responsibilities with ease, while an innovative Dock-Tite docking system and Re-Trax® retraction system work together to provide smooth operation and functionality like never before.
- Selectronic hands-free sensor allows you to operate the faucet without touching, and easily changes to manual mode when desired with a sliding sensor door
- Re-Trax™ spray head retraction system ensures smooth pull-out, operation, and retraction of the spray head
- Ceramic disc valve cartridges ensure a lifetime of drip-free performance
- Integral check valves prevent back flow and cross flow
- Can be mounted with or without escutcheon plate, sold separately
- Lead-free construction
- ADA compliant lever handle for easy accessibility
- Metal body, handle and mounting hardware
- Braided stainless steel supply hoses
- 1.5 gpm/5.7 Lpm maximum flow
|Fitting Handle Type
||Touchless,Touchless,Pull Down,Water Efficient
|Fitting Connection Size
|Fitting Handle Height
|Fitting Max Deck Thickness
|Fitting Max Deck Thickness with Escutcheon
|Fitting No of Holes Required
|Fitting Spout Reach
|Fitting Valve Material
||Limited Lifetime Warranty
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