Greater freedom of movement when washing hands and hair or filling containers: The more precise the fit of the tap, the greater the convenience in the daily use of water. We call this individual use space between the tap and the ceramics the ComfortZone.
Products displaying "ADA" will meet actuation force requirements outlined in the Americans with Disabilities ACT and ICC/ ANSI A117.1
cUPC® Listed products comply with applicable sections of the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC®), National Plumbing Code of Canada, and International Plumbing Code (IPC®), as well as applicable sections of IAPMO Z124.1.2-2005 / CSA B45.5-2002
Lavatory faucets displaying the WaterSense label meet U.S. Environment Protection Agency criteria for water efficiency. WaterSense labeled products perfrom as well as or better than their less eficietn counterparts.
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