Monday, December 6, 2010

Dual Flush Conversion kit

As part of its new Addison Kitchen Collection, Delta Faucet a new pull-down kitchen faucet has introduced low flow that is not only beautiful, but designed to save water. For common tasks, the standard flow is a more efficient 5.1 gallons per minute (gpm) for both modes, a savings of up to 32 percent above the industry standard of 2.2 gpm in the kitchen. A simple push button on the bottom of the dual flush toilet rises flowing aerated stream flow full of Save Water, if more water is needed to fill pots, vases and sinks. The user can easily press the button on the Standard Back 1.5 flow rate.

The Addison pull-down kitchen faucet comes in a Touch2O option that allows users to turn the water on and with a simple tap on the handle or spout. This is much easier to turn off the water with your hands messy or between Dual Flush, so that water is conserved. Addison's down kitchen faucet wand Subtract is a powerful magnet docked with, so it snaps back into a clean, clean look. The Delta Faucet Dual Flush Conversion kit has soft rubber injection ports, which allow users to easily wipe away calcium and lime build help with the touch of a finger, because the spray face looking clean.

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