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need help urgently with wall mount water filter faucet

Posted by raro (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 28, 11 at 10:53

We got the fancy shmancy Kohler Karbon faucet for our kitchen and it will be wall-mounted to the stainless steel backsplash of the integral stainless steel sink and countertop. I have been searching high and low for a wall mounted water filter faucet and the best that I have found had been from Chicago Faucets or T&S Brass. The stainless steel fabricator needs the specifications ASAP and I am still struggling with figuring it out.

Here is what I found so far:

goose neck 933-WSCP http://www.chicagofaucet.com/catalog/catalog.php?PartNum=933-WSCP&FamilyID=127
Wall Mounted - Single Hole 332-CP http://www.chicagofaucet.com/catalog/catalog.php?PartNum=332-CP&FamilyID=30

http://www.tsbrass.com/index.cfm?page=SearchProduct&ID=582

there is a 5" ledge at the back edge of the sink. Presumably the faucet spigot would have to clear that.

Any other suggestions?

I am worried that this will be too big and will compete visually with the Karbon.

Please help!! (I will cross post on the kitchen site.


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RE: need help urgently with wall mount water filter faucet

Why aren't you plumbing your kitchen faucet to use filtered water instead of using a separate unit? A simple under cabinet filtration system would work just fine in line to your Karbon.


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