The faucet hose is one of the most constantly used items in your kitchen. So we place huge importance on creating products that stand the test of time and make your kitchen a more wonderful place to cook and entertain.
Control the temperature and flow of water effortlessly and precisely with one hand.
With the Pulldown Spray, the spout is connected to a hose you can pull out to where you need your water flow. Ideal for washing salads as well as filling pots.
A Pullout Spray has a swivel-mounted tap neck and a spout you can pull out sideways for extra versatility.
A combination of Side Spray and the main faucet offers you even more options for your day-to-day kitchen tasks.
|HOSE PART NO.||HOSE SIZE||I.D. |
|HOSE LENGTH (cm)||TEMPERATURE |
|Working Pressure bar 20°C(kgf/cm2)||Test Pressure bar 20°C(kgf/cm2)||MOQ |
|Material Grade |
|YN6801||1/2"||0.4||0.6||30-200||-20 to 110||350||500||2000||304|
|YN6802||1/2"||0.4||0.6||30-200||-20 to 110||350||500||2000||304|
|YN6803||1/2"||0.4||0.6||30-200||-20 to 110||350||500||2000||304|
|YN6804||1/2"||0.4||0.6||30-200||-20 to 110||350||500||2000||304|
The faucet would have used a faucet hose with one male or female threaded end that threads onto the metal faucet body.
The faucet hose would have a female threaded end that threads onto a plastic single Quick Connect. The Quick Connect is then snapped onto the smooth metal faucet body.
The faucet hose would have used a double Quick Connect that is snapped onto the smooth metal faucet body.
The faucet hose will use a Direct Connect that is snapped into a flexible tube that hangs down from the faucet body.
Turn off the water supply at the sink where the new faucet is being installed prior to installation.
If already attached, remove the lock nut from the faucet body.
If not already connected, attach the flexible water feed tubes to the tailpiece. Hot water is always on the left and cold water is always on the right.
If an escutcheon is included, place over the mounting hole. If there is no decorative plate, move on to the next step.
Thread the faucet through the countertop or sink mounting hole.
Thread the washer and lock nut onto the tailpiece from underneath the sink. Make sure that the faucet is properly aligned and tighten the nut with your adjustable wrench. For faucets with pull-out sprayers, proceed to step 8.
If your faucet features a side spray, install by inserting the sprayer housing and rubber sealing gasket through the mounting hole. Secure by tightening the lock nut from underneath the sink.
Insert the side spray hose through the sprayer housing and attach it to the spray hose outlet on the faucet. Proceed to step 9.
Tip: Before you connect the spray hose to the faucet, make sure that it is in a position that will allow you to pull it out easily without getting caught on any other fixtures under the sink.
Insert connecting hose to hose outlet on the faucet. Thread counter-weight through the hose and connect to another hose outlet.
Hand tightens to attach the water feed tubes to the main water supply, being careful not to cross the two during installation. Give a 1/4 turn with pliers or a wrench, but don’t overtighten. Curve tubes as necessary to ensure there are no kinks or knots.
When your faucet installation is complete, turn on the water supply. Check to make sure that all connections are tight (no water should be leaking) and that the hot and cold supplies are working correctly. Turn the water on and allow the water to flow through the spout for approximately 60 seconds. Divert the water to the spray hose and allow the water to flow through the hose for approximately 60 seconds.