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Elberon Single-Handle Kitchen Faucet

Grohe 30211001


Single hole installation
Swivel Spout
Swivel area 360
Integrated non-return valve
SpeedClean anti-lime system
With integrated temperature limiter
Locking dual spray control - switches back and forth between regular flow and SpeedClean shower jet
GROHE QuickFix rapid installation system
GROHE SilkMove
Max Flow Rate: 1.75 gpm (6.6 L/min)
Forward rotation lever, does not hit backsplash
7 5/8 Aerator Height
14 5/8 faucet height
360 Ball-joint on hose for flexible handling of spray head
Includes 10" escutcheon
Single Lever handle
Weight operated pull back mechanism for hose
Stainless steel braided hose
Stainless steel braided supply lines
Available at FERGUSON and

Available for pickup only. Once you place your order, one of our designers will contact you to arrange pickup.

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