Chicago Faucets Kitchen Faucets
The Westside Wholesale offers a line of faucets for kitchen and commercial use manufactured and designed by Chicago Faucets. These are concealed kitchens sink faucets in the “gooseneck” shape, single and double handled, and these products are always of the highest quality certified at the highest standards. Ceramic disc operating cartridges enable temperature limit stops to save water and regulate its flow. Chrome plate finished and polished, these faucets are looking great in the various lights intensity. The variety of operating temperatures and pressure rates is one more in the list of advantages of Chicago Faucets. Concealed kitchen sink faucets is the superior add to the elegant design of a modern kitchen. Perfectly tested, they are compatible with any environment and are less likely to be damaged when clean and use.
786-GN1AE3CP is the most unique product in this line, as it is discontinued and replaced by the manufacturer. Being one of the concealed kitchen faucets, consisting of an internal laminar flow control, this product 100% meets ADA requirements, tested and certified, adjustable to the modern industry standards.
For over a century, Chicago Faucets has been one of the leading manufacturers of kitchen and commercial faucets in the North America. This brand offers the wide range of items for kitchen environments, laboratories, office, buildings, food services, sports facilities and airports. All of the products by this famous company are American-based and tested for quality by the great number of independent experts. Located in the USA, the facilities are equipped with everything that is required to produce the best goods.
- Rigid/swing gooseneck spout;
- Pressure compensating soft flow aerator;
- Quaturn operating cartridges;
- Flexible riser;
- Rating operating pressure: 20-125 PSI;
- Rated operating temperature: 40-140°F;
- Compliant to: ASME A112.18.1M, CSA B125.1, NSF 61, Section 9, ADA ANSI/ICC A117.1;
- Integral cast brass swing spout;
- Color coded temperature Indicator;
- Ceramic disc operating cartridge with temperature limit stop;
- Copper supply tube inlets;
- Deck cover plate;
- Brass swing spout;
- Chrome plate finish.
The prices for Chicago kitchen faucets start at just 164.99$. The choice will be affordable as the Westside Wholesale offers only branded products of the superior quality.
Chicago Faucets Two-Handle Kitchen Faucet w/8" Swing Spout - Chrome
Chicago Faucets Concealed Two-Handle Kitchen Faucet w/5 1/4" Plain End Gooseneck Swing Spout - Chrome
Chicago Faucets, Kitchen Faucet Concealed Two-Handle w/3-1/2" Rigid Swing Gooseneck Spout - Chrome
Chicago Faucets ECAST Low Lead Two-Handle Kitchen Faucet w/8" Swing Spout - Chrome
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Chicago Faucets Concealed Two-Handle Kitchen Faucet w/5-1/4" Gooseneck Swing Spout - Chrome
Chicago Faucets Kitchen Faucet, ECAST Concealed Two-Handle w/5 1/4" Gooseneck Swing Spout - Chrome
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Chicago Faucets Kitchen Faucet, Marathon Single-Handle w/10" Swing Spout - Chrome
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How to Select
How to Shop for Kitchen Faucets
How many times a day do you turn on the water faucet in the kitchen? Dozens? Hundreds? It is difficult to imagine what the average kitchen faucet has to endure over its lifetime, so it needs to be high quality to last through the years. This will minimize the possibility of leaky faucets and reduce your repair bills.
Although kitchen faucets come in numerous styles, there are few basic designs. Many faucets come with a hot and cold tap, but rather than getting a two-handle unit, choose a single-levered faucet. They are usually pricier than models with two handles and a spout between them but are convenient to grasp and adjust with one hand and can be easily used by children and arthritic sufferers.
Single-handle faucets use a ball, cartridge, or disc mechanism, while two-handle units are disk, cartridge, or compression. Out of these kinds of kitchen faucets, compression models are the most prone to dripping since they use seals or washers than can wear out. Disk-type units are usually the strongest and most trouble-free, and cartridge-type faucets with an easily replaceable cartridge allow for easy repairs.
It is typical to install a separate sprayer in addition to the main faucet but if you prefer your kitchen to be minimalist, there are modern combination units with a sprout that can be pulled out to become a sprayer. Such a model makes it easier to water plants, notably those in large pots, and can be used to rinse out the sink. And if you need to fill high pots, pans, and kettles, consider a traditional gooseneck faucet that can fill even lobster-cooking pots.
Kitchen faucets are available in different styles and finishes, including polished chrome, polished copper, brass, brushed nickel, brushed chrome, brushed bronze, black iron, powder enamel and antique brass. Most of these units have a contemporary appearance with polished chrome being the most common finish since it is durable and suits any kitchen décor. However, there are models with antique styling and finish that work especially well in a traditional kitchen. Moreover, brushed or patina finishes might be preferable to polished shiny surfaces since they do not show water spots.
With kitchen faucets, price is typically an accurate indicator of quality. Avoid faucets equipped with plastic handles or shells of dubious durability. Do not get lured by the price tag: high quality kitchen faucets will repay you in continued trouble-free operation, water savings and low maintenance.