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Henry Low Profile Three Hole Deck Mounted Lavatory Faucet with Metal Lever Handles in Dark Brass, 1.2gpm (4.5L/min)

Waterworks 079282283847
Henry Collection

Available in 14 Color(s)

Features

  • Metal lever handles
  • Includes European size push touch drain
  • The manufacturing process encompasses casting, turning, forging, hand-fitting and hand polishing.
  • Stocked in Chrome, Nickel, Matte Nickel, and Unlacquered Brass

Quick Specs

  • Type: Bathroom Faucets

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Influenced by the connection of industry and art, Henry easily transitions between modern, traditional, utilitarian and classic settings.

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Influenced by the connection of industry and art Henry easily transitions between modern, traditional, utilitarian and classic settings.

Features

  • Metal lever handles
  • Includes European size push touch drain
  • The manufacturing process encompasses casting, turning, forging, hand-fitting and hand polishing.
  • Stocked in Chrome, Nickel, Matte Nickel, and Unlacquered Brass
  • Available in 1.2gpm (4.5L/min) flow rate
ADA Compliance Yes
Code Compliance Code # HNLS10X: Complies with ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1, ASME A112.18.2 / CSA B125.2, NSF, CEC 61, ADA and 0.25% Weighted Average Lead Content. Certified with IAPMO, cUPC, NSF, CEC and State of MA.
Suggested Application Bath
Escutcheon Primary Material Brass
Anti-scald Protection No
Hot Limit Safety Stop No
Integrated Diverter No
Integrated Spray No
Spout Swivel No
Spray Included in Unit No
Flow Restriction Options 1.0 , 1.2 , 1.5 , 1.75, 2.2
Valve Material Ceramic
Deck Thickness Maximum 1.63 INCH
Water Pressure Minimum 20.00 PSI
Spout Reach 5.75 INCH
Drain Hole Diameter 1.75 INCH
Drain Depth Minimum 0.38 INCH
Drain Depth Maximum 2.63 INCH
Deck Thickness Minimum 0.19 INCH
Water Pressure Maximum 85.00 PSI
Water Pressure Recommended 45.00 PSI
Inlet Connection Size 0.50 INCH
Handle Spread Minimum 8.00 INCH
Handle Spread Maximum 12.00 INCH
Number of Handles Two
Flexible Connections No
Gland Cover Material Metal
Concealed / Exposed Concealed
Inlet Connection Type Male with Supply Nut
Handle Turn Angle Quarter Turn
Flow Rate 1.2gpm

Quick Specs


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  • Type: Bathroom Faucets

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