Satin Nickel 1983 Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet with 1983 Metal Lever

ROHL R77V3SSTN
1983 Collection

Features

  • Metal lever
  • Short handspray
  • Hard water resistant soft touch elastomer spray face & anti-scald device
  • Dissimilar ceramic discs for smooth operation and long life

Quick Specs

  • Type: Bar Faucets
  • Width: 2.375"
  • Height: 7 1/4"

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by ROHL

Named for the year Ken Rohl discovered a Swiss-made Pull-out faucet in Europe, the ROHL 1983 Pull-out/Pull-down Series features a package of traditionally styled kitchen faucets. All feature anti scald technology, dissimilar ceramic discs for smooth operation and long life and are crafted with a stainless steel coil and long-lasting chlorine resistant inner liner in North America and New Zealand.

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Available Handles
  • LM - Country and Classic Metal Lever

Features

  • Metal lever
  • Short handspray
  • Hard water resistant soft touch elastomer spray face & anti-scald device
  • Dissimilar ceramic discs for smooth operation and long life
  • 1 3/8" hole cutout
  • 2 1/4" max. installation depth on deck
  • IAPMO compliant double check valve
  • 1.8 GPM
  • Dual spray mode
  • Handspray locks into spray mode
  • Braided nylon hose
  • Includes quick connect

Specifications Sheet

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