TheLAShop provides you this brand new auto sensor bathroom faucets powered by plug or batteries, suitable for above counter sink with single hole 1 6/16" to 1 9/16". Comes with hot and cold water temperature adjusted knob, CUPC and NSF certification. Free your hand, make the life more simple, upgrade to a modern bathroom.
Aquaterior Single Hole touchless bathroom faucet for above counter sink, modern feeling fits most bathroom design
Save Water - Water flow will stop when hands leave the sensor range, no worries to turn off the tap when soaping your hand
Automatic Sensor - Avoid touching the tap, protecting your health by safeguarding your hands
Being CEC certified, it provides the experience of high water flow while maintaining a flow rate below 2.2 GPM
Cool & Warm water adjustment with side knob
Leak-free & Durable - High-grade ceramic valve supports 500,000 times of opening & closing; brass body with chrome finish for smooth touching & rust proofing
Power - Powered by plug, 4 AA batteries (not included) for backup, don't worry even if there is a power cut
Reliable - CUPC & NSF certification and 5 years warranty for quality issue
Overall Dimension(Thread Excluded)(WxDxH): 3 1/8" x 6 11/16" x 9 13/16"
Side Knob Length: 1 3/16"
Control Box Power Cable Length: 37 3/8"
Spout Reach: 3 9/16"
Spout Height: 5 1/8" (13 cm)
Spout Diameter: 11/16"
Pipes Size(Dia. x L): 3/8" x 27 15/16"
Pipes Thread Diameter: 1/2"
Required Pre-drilled Hole (Dia.): 1 6/16" to 1 9/16"
• Free UPS standard shipping on all US orders (lower 48 States) • Payment Cleared before 12pm PST will be shipped out in the same business day (Pre-Orders Excepted). Usually order delivery will take 2-5 business days for the lower 48 States.
• Local Pickup is now available in our City of Industry location. A face mask is required upon entry. All orders will need to be placed online prior to pickup. If assistance is needed, please do not hesitate to contact us at (1-888-525-9222).
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