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Portsmouth 2-Handle 1.5 GPM High-Arc Bar Sink Faucet American Standard - Stainless Steel

American Standard 4285420F15075

Available in 3 Color(s)


by American Standard

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Brass Construction and Cast Brass Waterway: Durable- Excellent in high use applications Ideal for prolonged contact with water Ceramic Disc Valve Cartridges: Assures a lifetime of drip-free performance Lead Free: Faucet contains 0.25 percent total lead content by weighted average Choice of finishes: Available in a wide range of durable finishes Brass swivel spout 1.5 gpm/5.7 Lpm maximum flow Metal lever handles

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