Polished Chrome Lux Side Lever Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet with Lux Metal Lever

ROHL R7923APC
Lux Collection

Available in 2 Color(s)

Features

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

Quick Specs

  • Type: Kitchen Faucets
  • Width: 3.5"

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by ROHL

The modern, contemporary styling of the ROHL Lux Pull-out/Pull-down Series offers a fresh take on the industrial, pro-looking kitchen faucet. Whether in a Pull-out or Pull-down configuration, this Series combines anti-scald technology with dissimilar ceramic discs for smooth operation and long life. Some offer dual spray modes and are of either brass or stainless steel construction. All are crafted in New Zealand or North America.

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Available Handles
  • LMLUX - Modern Lux Metal Lever

Features

  • Metal lever
  • Dissimilar ceramic discs for smooth operation and long life
  • Anti-scald device
  • Hard water resistant soft touch elastomer spray face
  • 1 3/8" hole cutout
  • 2 1/4" max. installation depth on deck
  • IAPMO compliant double check valve
  • Requires 3 1/2" clearance from backsplash to center of faucet hole
  • 1.8 GPM
  • Dual spray mode
  • Braided nylon hose
  • Includes quick connect
  • Handspray locks into spray mode
  • Other finishes not available

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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