The Tudor Lavatory Faucet Stands Aside the Traditional and Modern, KS1991TAL
- Solid Brass Construction
- Drip-Free Ceramic Disc Cartridge
- Deck Mount 8″ to 16″ Widespread 3-Hole Installation
- 1.2 GPM/4.5 LPM Water Flow Rate at 60 PSI
- Standard 1/2″ IPS Connection
- 6″ Spout Clearance
- 8-1/2″ Spout Reach
- Includes Matching Pop-Up Drain
- Dual Lever Handles Meet ADA Guidelines
Offering a nod toward the past remembered, the Tudor Collection is beautifully inspired by the vintage elegance of mid-19th century design. With the luxury of stylized designs and detail, the faucets cast an allure of dignified refinement while providing an excellence of long-lasting reliable performance. From centerset faucets to basin faucets, the collection inspires an air of sophistication. The lovely curves of the faucets paired with the steeple endpoints provides a touch of a unique look that give this collection a one-of-a-kind design, allowing it to stand out pridefully and offer a classically enchanting personality.
About Polished Chrome:
Polished Chrome was the most popular finish in plumbing and door hardware products, especially in Europe, Asia and South America. Its durability might be the reason why it was in demand. While it still remains and continues enduring for so many years, there was a time in the past when the finish was in many products.
Polished chrome is an electroplated finish (Which retained durability from nickel-plating bumpers and coating it with chrome). It is a cold color meaning it consists of a stark silver color. Many industry people feel polished chrome is easy to work with and fits into most decor depending on the faucet style. The finish glistens and stands apart from surrounding decor allowing its design to be spotted from afar. The purity of its silver can also be a neutral tone with surrounding items that are either light or dark.
Q: How do I maintain the finish on my faucet? What should I use to clean it?
A: Preserving the finish of your faucets begins with proper installation. Make sure to avoid using Plumber’s
Putty as this will void the warranty as well as affect the durability of your finish. A silicon-based sealant is
recommended. You can use a non-abrasive mild soap to clean the faucet. The surface of your Kingston
Brass faucet is non-porous, so there should not be any need for any h arsh cleaning agents. In addition to
that, you may apply carnauba wax to the surface of your faucet to help prolong its shine and extend the
durability of your faucet.
Q: What is the GPM (Gallons per minute) or flow rate per faucet? Does this vary by model? If so, give
A: All Kingston Brass faucets meet or exceed the CEC Title 20 law which requires that all faucets be limited
to a flow rate of 1.2 GPM at 60 PSI for lavatory faucets and 1.8 GPM at 60 PSI for kitchen faucets. These flow
rates are the same for all models of lavatory and kitchen faucets, respectively.
Q: My faucet is leaking. What should I do?
A: Identify the source of the leak — Does the faucet leak through the spout when the valve is closed? If yes,
then you most likely have a defective cartridge or spring and washer depending on the type of faucet you
have. Kingston Brass sells many different types of faucets. If you know the model number of your faucet,
you can call us and we will gladly identify the correct part number to order. If you do not know the model
number, you can take a picture of your faucet and send it to use via email to techsupport@kingstonbrass.
com along with your contact information. Please allow 24-48 hours for a response.