Water purifier faucets
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All of our faucets can come with optional LED lights to indicate when it is time to replace the filter cartridge.
Elegant faucet in brushed nickel and cartridge life indicator.
Very elegant design.
Ceramic disk movement to last a lifetime.
The Classic filter faucets design features:
- Solid lead-free brass body
- 2.2 GPM flow rate
- Quarter turn ceramic disk valve
- Spout swivels through 360 degrees
- Lifetime drip-free warranty
- Installs on 1/2 in. or standard sink hole on either side of the main faucet
Exceeds all US standards, including NSF
The materials, combined with the traditional and modern techniques used in these lead-free solid brass faucets production are of the highest quality exceeding the usual industry standards. The ceramic-disc valve is designed to exceed 450,000 trouble-free revolutions - approximately 50 years of normal use.
Classic Slant Faucet
Available in chrome or brushed steel.
Comes with a 25 year warranty.
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High Flow Designer Faucet
Ceramic disk movement to last a lifetime. Also available in brushed steel.
Looks great in brushed steel
Ceramic valve faucet with arc spout. Metal handle and tip for new high end designer look and feel.
An elegant faucet to match every decor. High quality ceramic disk movement.
Full 30 year warranty. By far the best quality available.
Also available in gold, copper and brushed nickel.
Tubing Attached Faucet
Reduces installation time, comes with standard length of 3 ft. blue tubing.
All of our faucets come with either ice-maker flex hoses or an 'Easy Connect' bolt for simple installation.
To hook up your faucet with your purifier you simply push in the hose and it locks.
Should you be in a situation where drilling a hole for a faucet is not an option, there are a few solutions to this problem.
One would be to purchase a Tri-Flow Faucet where the purified water can pour from the same tap and a separate faucet is not needed.
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Another option would be to connect the purifier directly to the cold water line. The only disadvantage with this procedure is that the cold water will have about one quarter the normal flow rate. The hot and warm water flow rate would not be effected.
A third option would be to have the filter faucet stay under the sink attached to a bracket. A little less convenient but still an option. To get your purified water you simply reach below the sink and unhook the faucet from the bracket and bring the faucet into the sink to fill your glass, coffee jug or cooking utensil.
We would include a quality ice-maker flex hose long enough to easily reach into the sink.
A fourth option is to attach a counter top purifier to your existing faucet.
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