Single Handle Centerset Bathroom Faucet with Metal Pop-Up Drain and Diamond Seal Technology from the Rizu Collection (Low Lead Compliant)
Single Handle Monitor 14 Valve Trim Only from the Rizu Collection
Single Handle Tempassure 17T Valve Trim Only from the Rizu Collection
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The spout reach is measured from the center of the mounting hole to the center of the aerator.
Measurement from the deck (mounting surface) to the top of the spout.
This is the measured GPM (gallons per minute) your faucet will use.
Ceramic Disc: These are becoming the standard in bathroom faucets.Expires 2/28/2013 Ceramic discs have replaced rubber discs inside the spout for a lifetime of drip and leak free performance
Washerlesss Cartridge: These valves are easier to repair and tend to cost less than other valve styles, but they tend to require more maintenance over the lifetime of your faucet
Metering and Self-Closing: These valves are used mostly in commercial applications where you want to reduce the amount of water used. When turned on water will flow for a set period of time, and then turn off automatically.
Solenoid: These valves are used mostly in commercial applications where you want to reduce the amount of water used. When turned on water will flow for a set period of time, and then turn off automatically.
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