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Product overview


Product Specs:

Product Specs

  • Faucet Type: Kitchen
  • Installation Type: Deck Mounted
  • Faucet Style: Traditional/Classic
  • Faucet Finish: Chrome
  • Overall Height: 6 1/2 in
  • Spout Reach: 9 1/2 in
  • Spout Height: 4 in
  • Faucet Material: Brass
  • Faucet Holes: 2 Hole Faucets
  • Faucet Centers: 3
  • Faucet Handles: 2 Handle Faucet
  • Handle Material: Brass
  • Faucet Valve Type: Ceramic Disc
  • Faucet Flow Rate: 1.5 GPM
  • Drain Assembly Included: No
  • Pre-Rinse/Pull-Down: No
  • Pullout Spray: No
  • Sidespray: No
  • ADA Compliant: Yes
  • Low Lead Compliant: Yes
  • Eco-Friendly: Yes
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime Parts Warranty
  • Made In: Mexico


H 6-1/2"

About American Standard 6404170.002 Monterrey Bottom-Mount Kitchen Faucet with Tubular Swivel Spout with VR Wrist Blade Handles

Monterrey Bottom-Mount Kitchen Faucet with Tubular Swivel Spout features durability and dependability to help save water and lessen the cost of maintenance from year to year. Made with a solid brass construction for high use applications and prolonged contact with water, this commercial kitchen faucet is built to last.

  • Ceramic Disc Valve Cartridges assure a lifetime of drip-free performance
  • Tubular Swivel Spout
  • Solid Brass Construction
  • Vandal-resistant lever or wrist blade handles with red & blue indexed handles
  • Lead free
  • ADA Compliant

    These products meet or exceed the following
    codes and standards:
  • ASME A112.18.1
  • CSA B125.1
  • NSF 372
  • CALGreen

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ADA Compliant

American Standard offers a wide range of products that meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines and ANSI A117.1 requirements*. ADA compliant products are designed to make their use easier, safer, and more comfortable for people with disabilities or limited mobility. From faucets and tubs to sinks and toilets, American Standard has a selection of ADA products to compliment nearly any bathroom design.

*Meeting ADA is not a requirement for private residences. Residential new building and remodels can incorporate the ideas in the ADA Standards as guidelines to improve overall functionality. Individual products must be installed according to ADA Standards to maintain compliance.

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