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Chester Traditional Basin Mixer Tap with Waste, Crosshead Handles

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Product Summary

  • Exclusive Bathroom City Traditional Tap Design in Chrome
  • Strong Brass Construction with Crosshead Handles
  • Suitable for Low and High Pressure Water Systems
  • Basin Waste Included
  • Fully Guaranteed



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Product Details

The Chester traditional basin mono mixer tap is a fine example of a traditional style basin mixer tap with a single-holed modern twist. The perfect compliment to the traditionally designed basin or vanity unit, this tap comes with a waste and completes the traditional look in your bathroom.

  • Dimensions:
    • Height: 112mm
    • Depth: 166mm
    • Width: 206mm
    • Weight: 1kg
  • Material: Brass body / Zinc Handle
  • Finish: Chrome
  • Flexible Water Connections
  • Traditional Crosshead Handle Design
  • Cartridge: 1/2" Quick Valve, WRAS approved
  • Suitable for High or Low Pressure water systems
  • Minimum Pressure: 0.3 Bar
  • Flow rate at 3 Bar: 38.9 Litres/Minute

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Product Type:
Basin Mixer
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