Concealed undermount faucet
Chicago Faucets’ concealed undermount faucet features a retrofittable restricted-swing spout option that keeps the water off the deck and in the sink, complementing vandal-proof outlets and handles for high-abuse installations.
Chicago Faucets’ concealed undermount faucet features a retrofittable restricted-swing spout option that keeps the water off the deck and in the sink, complementing vandal-proof outlets and handles for high-abuse installations. A one-piece, cast brass body delivers durability and strength with flexible stainless steel hoses for adjustability. Fewer parts and pre-assembled components allow one-person installation and reduced maintenance. This faucet features a fully threaded valve body that adjusts to almost any deck thickness, using interchangeable handles, spouts, outlets, and cartridges from the company. To meet the latest codes and standards, options include ECAST faucets for lead-reduction laws and CALGreen-compliant models.
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