BK Resources BKF-VSMPR-WB-AF8-G Value Splash Mount Pre-Rinse Faucet

Product Code
bkf-vsmpr-wb-af8-g
$299.99

Measurements

Weight
13 lbs
Length
35 in
Width
13 in
Height
3 in

Details

Don't break the bank.

It’s a staple for every kitchen, and there’s a good reason too, pre-rinse faucets make cleaning and sanitation an easier thing all ‘round. BK Resources’ BKF-VSMPR-WB-AF8-G lead-free pre-rinse faucet is functional and affordable, making it a great choice to finish off your kitchen set-up.

BK Resources has been providing the restaurant industry with dependable food-service products since their founding in 2001. For over a decade they’ve sought to provide superior value on their products and top-notch service for their customers.

The BKF-VSMPR-WB-AF8-G pre-rinse faucet is compatible with different stainless steel sinks, such as Atlantic Metalworks’ 3CS-181812-0 or Atlantic Metalworks’ 1CS-181812-0.

Features

Standard Features

  • Includes additional 8" regular faucet.
  • Flexible triple-ply hose, rated to 300 PSI.
  • 12” wall bracket for stabilization.
  • 1/4 turn ceramic cartridges.
  • Easily recognizable color-coded hot and cold indicators (blue for cold, red for hot).
  • 1/2” female inlets.
  • The Public Health and Safety Organization (NSF) certified.
  • Lead-free, fully compliant with the 2014 Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act.

Specifications

Specifications
ManufacturerBK Resources
ModelBKF-VSMPR-WB-AF8-G
Dimensions (WxDxH)12 3/4" x 14" x 37 5/8"
Wall Bracket12”
Turn Ceramic Cartridges1/4
Inlets1/2” female
Weight10 lbs. (without add-on faucet)
WarrantyCovered up to one year from date of purchase
Add-On Faucet8"
4 stars, based on 1 reviews

Verified Buyer

4/2/2016 12:00:00 AM

4 / 5 stars

not without minor issues

I was looking for an inexpensive pre-rinse faucet with a shorter than 12" spout. I purchased this faucet because the first faucet was no-name from China with 12" spout and a shorter spout was not available. In comparing the two: The first one was less expensive and the sections had rubber washers at most of the connections that did not leak with very little effort of assembly. This one relies on the taper of the threads to seal against leaks and after two assemblies with increasing amounts of teflon tape I still have joints weeping including one at the valve body that initially thought was a factory connection. At this point since the entire faucet is above the basin compartment and the connections weep a small amount usually manifesting while in the spray configuration, the condition still exists. The main hot and cold cutoffs have a more defined travel and function better than the no-name but that is loosing significants with each assembly. As far as recommending to a friend, that would depend on who it was and application.

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