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Redesigned Pre-Rinse Faucet Targets Versatility


T&S Brass and Bronze Works has unveiled an all new pre-rinse unit, the T&S DuraPull.

T&S DuraPull features pull-down activation and heavy-duty construction, backed by an extended warranty. Created by the company that introduced the original pre-rinse unit in 1947, the T&S DuraPull offers peak performance, unmatched durability and long-term reliability for high-volume kitchens.

“We’re excited to continue our history of innovation by introducing the T&S DuraPull, which offers the best in both function and design,” said Eva-Marie Fox, T&S vice president of marketing. “This new pre-rinse unit was meticulously engineered, down to the last pin, to be an attractive, efficient and reliable workhorse for busy kitchens.”

Rugged stainless steel construction paired with a premium, water-saving design makes the unit an ideal solution for the rigors of demanding foodservice operations. Highly durable ceramic cartridges with a lifetime warranty are included standard.

T&S DuraPull’s pull-down activation means water begins flowing as soon as the user pulls the sprayer down toward the sink. Automatic shut-off prevents water waste by ending the flow of water when the handle is released, eliminating the spray valve handle and hold-down ring of traditional units.

Equipped with the unique T&S swivel that allows 360-degree rotation of the sprayer, the T&S DuraPull’s design reduces operator fatigue and stress on the hose that is common with traditional pre-rinse units.

The 1.07 gpm sprayer is compliant with newly effective Department of Energy regulations, and T&S DuraPull is available in a variety of configurations for deck- or wall-mount installations.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 2/5/2019


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