How can anything this stylish be so practical"
Blending traditional aesthetics with modern simplicity, Melea lends a look of stately sophistication to the kitchen. Melea's transitional design is perfect for homeowners who demand practicality without sacrificing style. Pair it with main kitchen faucets that feature transitional design lines and finishes.
Durable all-brass dispenser construction
•Spout swivels 360-degrees
•Hot water automatically shuts off when handle is released
•Cold water remains on for hands-free convenience
•Tank and filtration system (sold separately)
•Options: Hot only / Cold only
Finishes Available: Chrome, Satin Nickel, Polished Nickel, Classic Oil-Rubbed Bronze, Matte Black
- Dispenses near boiling, filtered water
- Efficient and time saving
- Single-hole installation
- Spout swivels 360-degrees for convenience
- Flexible connectors for easy installation
- Constructed of high quality, low lead brass
- 40° turn ceramic disc valve
- 0.8 gallons per minute maximum flow rate at 60 psi
- For use with InSinkErator hot water tank and filtration system (sold separately)
- Unit not for commercial/industrial use
- Comes in the following finishes: Chrome, Satin Nickel, Matte Black, Classic Oil-Rubbed Bronze and Polished Nickel
- We Come To You 5-Year In-Home Limited Warranty (Covers parts and labor)
|Required supply pressure
||25-125 psi (172-862 kPA or 1.7-8.6 bar)
||Minimum 2" required from sink hole center to backsplash
||Maximum of 3"
Water Dispensers / Water Filtering Units
Energy Star Rated:
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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