Chicago Faucets 3400-ABCP , Bathroom Faucet ECAST Low Lead Single-Handle Metering w/ 4-3/4" Spout - Chrome
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Chicago Faucets 3400-ABCP ECAST Single-Handle Metering Bathroom Faucet is a deck mounted, single hole, lavatory metering faucet. ECAST products are intended for installation where state laws and local codes mandate lead content levels or in any location where lead content is a concern. The Chicago Faucet is polished chrome plated and constructed of a solid brass body and spout. The Chicago Faucets Lavatory metering faucet has less than 0.25% lead content by weighted average and contains a 0.25 Gal/Cycle push button self-closing metering valve with adjustable cycle time feature. This product contains color-coded index buttons and meets ADA requirements while meeting industry standards.
For over 100 years, Chicago Faucets has been America’s leading manufacturer of commercial faucets, offering a complete range of products for schools, laboratories, hospitals, office buildings, food service, airports and sports facilities. You can be rest assured that the products you purchase are uniquely American and quality controlled because all of the manufacturing, research and development facilities are located here in the United States.
Features:• Lavatory Metering Faucet
• 4 3/4 inch C-C Integral Cast Brass Spout
• E2805 - Vandal Proof 0.5 GPM (1.9 L/min) Econo-Flo Pressure Compensating Spray Outlet
• Metal Handle with Concealed Vandal Resistant Screw
• MVP Metering Adjustable Self Closing Cartridge
• 1/2 inch NPSM Supply Inlets with Coupling Nut for 3/8 inch or 1/2 inch Flexible Riser
• ECAST design provides durable brass construction with total lead content less than 0.25% by weighted average
Specifications:• Model: 3400-ABCP
• Rating Operating Pressure: 20-125 PSI
• Rated Operating Temperature: 40-140°F
• Compliant to: CA AB1953, VT S.152, ASME A112.18.1M, CSA B125.1, ADA ANSI/ICC A117.1
concerned about the lead content
We had old brass fixtures that came with the house and were a little concerned about the lead content, and even though our bathroom faucets are not used for drinking water, we replaced them with these lead free Chicago faucets and feel much safer now.
on 07-10-2014 by Steven
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