Pull-out sprayers have long been standard features on kitchen faucets, so why
not offer that convenience in a bathroom set?
American Standard does just that with its Green Tea bathroom faucet. The
discrete metal pull-out spout seats tightly when not in use. When you need to
wash your hair or rinse the sink, simply pull the faucet out.
The faucet installs quickly and easily, according to American Standard,
thanks to a pre-assembled drain. A flexible stainless steel cable allows
installation in tight spaces, and fewer parts mean a quicker installation.
Ceramic disc valves provide drip-free performance. A built-in aerator helps
conserve water, limiting flow to 1-1/2 gallons per minute.
No, the faucet won't make you a cup of tea. The name comes from its design
inspiration, the graceful curving lines of Japanese tea houses. The metal lever
handles meet ADA guidelines for people with disabilities. The all metal faucet
is guaranteed for life not to tarnish or scratch.
Coordinating bath and shower accessories are available.