Designer Dispenser Faucets
Now you can provide your loved ones with fresh, great tasting drinking water from your reverse osmosis water filter system with these attractive, high quality dispenser faucets, proudly offered by PlumbingSupply.com®
! The graceful curve and elegant style of these faucets will enhance any kitchen, and provide a safe channel for fresh, reverse-osmosis filtered water for your whole family. Looking for other reverse osmosis products? Click here
Designer Reverse Osmosis Dispenser Faucets
- An elegant design that will complement just about any kitchen décor
- Internal ceramic disc - provides smooth operation
- Spout reach is approximately 5"
- Spout height is approximately 12"
- Spout conveniently swivels 360°
- Pre-installed 1/4" O.D. inlet tubing allows for quick connections
- Lever style handle gives the faucet a sleek look
- Also works with most under counter water filter systems
- Built-in air gap - prevents a clogged sink drain from backing up into the RO filter system and contaminating the drinking water
- 9 designer finishes to choose from
- Flow rate: 1.0GPM @ 125max PSI
- Recommended temperature ratings: 40°F/4°C - 150°F/66°C
- Click here for specifications
- Includes mounting hardware
- Meets Federal Safe Drinking Water Act standards
- Note: not for use with instant hot water dispensers
Designer Reverse Osmosis Dispenser Faucet -
We also offer Contemporary reverse osmosis drinking water faucets.
Saddle Drain Connector - Connects RO Air Gap to Drain
- Drain saddles for reverse osmosis systems - connects reverse osmosis system drain tube to sinks drain pipe
- Standard size drain saddle is 1/4"
- 3/8" Drain saddle typically used in conjunction with optional air gap faucets
- Includes two screws
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "What are the new lead-free plumbing laws?"
A. The new lead-free laws require plumbing products that come into contact with drinking water to be essentially lead-free (0.25% weighted average). These laws were passed in a number of states in 2010, and our U.S. Congress passed national lead-free laws that became effective in January 2014. In order for companies to ship these plumbing products to locations with these updated lead free laws, they must be ANSI certified lead-free.
Q. "How does lead get into drinking water?"
A. Primarily, trace amounts of lead get into drinking water due to aging infrastructures, such as old pipes and plumbing system parts. The Plumbing Manufacturer's Institute (PMI) states that over the past decade, lead levels in plumbing fixture fittings have been reduced to insignificant levels due to improvements in modern manufacturing processes.
Q. "I'm hearing a lot about lead-free these days. What does that have to do with plumbing products and how does the new lead-free legislation affect me?"
A. Basically, the laws implemented Jan. 1st, 2014 require plumbing products that come in contact with drinking water to be "essentially lead free" (less than 0.25% weighted average). For further information about how the law determines what is "lead free", rules regarding which plumbing products must be "lead free", and who these laws will affect, please click here.
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