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Gooseneck Faucet, 3/8 In O.D. Tube
- Item # 2DCH5
- Mfr. Model # L414-55LE
- UNSPSC # 40141702
- Catalog Page # 3837
- Shipping Weight 5.17 lbs.
- ItemGooseneck Laboratory Faucet
- Faucet OperationManual
- Number of Handles2
- Handle TypeLever
- Connection3/8" O.D. Tube
- Flow Rate3.2 gpm
- Number of Holes1
- MaterialForged Brass
- Faucet SpoutRigid/Swing
- ADA CompliantYes
- Mounting TypeDeck
- Spout Length6"
- Valve TypeCompression
- Overall Height12-3/4"
- Flow Outlet TypeAerated
- Temp. ControlMixing Valve
- Replacement CartridgeMfr. No.BNV200-90/BNV200LH-90
- IncludesRenewable Cartridge with Stainless Steel Seat and Molded TFE Packing
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Must be the shank comes off?
but nothing in the installation guide from Watersaver Faucet covers this.
I purchased the L414 series from Grainger
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