Avoid contaminating those clean dishes. The transitional style Yorktown Dual Port Air Gap prevents dirty drain water from backing up into the dishwasher and water systems. Ideal with kitchen with two dishwashers or an RO system. Not only is the Yorktown air gap unit engineered to stop brine water and reduce dirt in your kitchen pipes, but will look amazing in the process. Sleek, angular design matches the Yorktown Kitchen and Suite accessories. Includes air gap body and cover. American made and comes with a lifetime functional warranty. Available in 32 finishes.
Specified model meets or exceeds the following Codes & Standards: FINISHES
Caribbean Bronze - CB
Gloss Black - GB
Satin Gold - SG
Polished Copper - PC
Antique Bronze - ABZ
Unlacquered Polished Brass - UPB
Distressed Antique Brass - DAB
Black Nickel - BLN
Weathered Copper - WC
Stainless Steel - SS
Polished Gold - PG
Chocolate Bronze - CB
Antique Brass - AB
Distressed American Bronze - DAMB
Distressed Antique Copper - DAC
Tuscan Brass - TB
Graphite - GR
Distressed Antique Pewter - AP
Rose - RS
Matte Black - MB
Waterstone Classic Bronze Faucet Finish
Satin Nickel - SN
Black Oil Rubbed Bronze - ORB
Antique Pewter - AP
Satin Chrome - SC
American Bronze - AMB
Weathered Brass - WB
Polished Brass - PB
Antique Copper - AC
Polished Nickel - PN
Venetian Bronze - VB
Satin Brass - SB
- Prevents dishwasher back flow and dirt buildup.
- Includes adapters for either a 2nd dishwasher or a reverse osmosis filtration port.
- Extra large drain port minimizes clogging.
- Part of the transitional Yorktown Suite.
- Unique and angular transitional design.
- Cover hides upper nut and washer edges.
- Built from eco-friendly solid brass.
- Made in the USA.
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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