Natural form. Versatile function. This one-handle faucet from our Quince Collection complements kitchens with casual décor. Convenient features include a swivel spout, separate deck-mount spray, memory position valving that provides water at your preferred temperature and an ADA-approved lever handle.
Inspired by nature, new Quince faucet collection from American Standard brings beautiful form and versatile function to the kitchen. Each Quince faucet features ceramic disc valving for a lifetime of drip-free performance as well as a limited lifetime warranty on function and finish.
Cast brass body and swivel spout.
Metal escutcheon plate and metal lever handle.
Washerless 40mm ceramic disc valve cartridge.
Braided flexible supply hoses with 3/8" compression connections. 2.2gpm/8.3L/min. maximum flow rate.
Metal mounting shank with brass fixation ring (for installation on counters up to 2"). Can be mounted with or without supplied escutcheon plate (escutcheon size
10-1/16"L x 2-1/2"W).
Color-matched hand spray.
Cap provided for less spray applications.
Ceramic Disc Valve Cartridge: Assures a lifetime of drip-free performance.
Cast Brass Waterway, Cast Brass Spout: Highest quality faucet materials for durability and long life.
Memory Position Valving: Allows user to turn valve on and off at preferred temperature setting without readjusting handle position each time.
Lead Free: Faucet contains equal or less than 0.25% total lead content by weighted average.
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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