Bar/Prep faucet vs 'real' kitchen sink faucet.
Assuming that the gpm/psi is the same for bar/prep as for an actual main kitchen faucet, is a prep/bar faucet model just not as tall and doesn't have as wide as what I will call "spread" (the area across the arc of the spout)? That spread I guess would put a "real" faucet further into the sink, but would one 7 or 8 inches across have enough of a reach? How is that determined?
Has anybody used a bar/prep for main kitchen sink faucet? I have a two bowl 60/40 sink.
For aesthetic reasons, I need to find a smaller (in height) pull down faucet because of a low pass-thru in the kitchen. I may just have to block up the pass-thru 5 inches or just get over myself.
The only "shorter" pull downs I've found are the bar/prep faucets.