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T&S Brass Releases New Ablution Product

TRAVELERS REST, S.C. – T&S Brass and Bronze Works, a leading manufacturer of plumbing and foodservice equipment, has released a new product for its plumbing markets.  The EX-ABLUTION offers convenient washing and cleaning for a variety of purposes, including ritual cleansing, personal hygiene, health and wellness facilities, and more.

Features include:

    Single handle supply valve with blue and red indexes and quarter turn ceramic cartridge  that make the product reliable and robust and easy to operate
    1422mm (56 in.) long chrome plated 13mm (0.5 in.) diameter stainless steel flex hose is simple to maneuver and keep clean
    Built-in check valve prevents back flow and supply water contamination
    Heavy duty polished chrome brass spray valve is comfortable to grip and operate
    Durable polished chrome finish is appealing, blends with all decors, and is easy to clean
    Chrome plated wall hook with integral screw allows for convenient placement of the hand spray attachment when not in use

The EX-ABLUTION comes with a 1-year warranty and is available for worldwide quick-ship delivery. For specifications and product details, please visit http://www.tsbrass.com/pdf-upload/ex-ablution-intl-release-18-13 or contact your T&S representative or sales manager today.

About T&S Brass
T&S Brass and Bronze Works, Inc. has been a leader in providing innovative equipment solutions to the foodservice and plumbing industries for more than 60 years—since 1947—when it developed the first pre-rinse unit. Today, with facilities in the U.S., Europe, Hong Kong and China, T&S leads the way in environmental initiatives, from an eco-friendly manufacturing process to ongoing development of water and energy-conserving products.  For more information, visit www.tsbrass.com, like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/tsbrass) or follow us on Twitter (@TSBrass).


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