Two-hole configuration provides diversity from other pull-down faucets
Danze, Inc., a leader in decorative plumbing products, has added the Antioch™ Pull-Down Two-Hole Kitchen Faucet to its expansive list of stylish kitchen products.
Unlike many pull-down faucets, this two-hole option showcases a single handle control separate from the spout. The style and configuration is perfect for designers, builders and homeowners who appreciate the scale and functionality of a high-arc pull-down faucet, but prefer to have the lever control independent from the rest of the unit. The separation also showcases the tapering design of the faucet and handle, which creates a seamless and eye-catching contour.
The Antioch faucet offers both spray and stream functionality that can be toggled between through an easy-push button. The hose showcases Danze’s newest weighted retraction system with magnetic docking. With a sleek, contemporary styling, the faucet features a 15-3/8” high spout and 8-1/8” spout length – a true design statement for any main sink or island.
This pull-down faucet includes a ceramic disc valve, providing a tight seal for drip-free performance and durability over time. It operates at a maximum flow rate of 2.2 gallons per minute at 60 psi and meets the new national lead-free requirements. It is available in three finishes: Chrome, Stainless Steel and Tumbled Bronze.
This newest product is added to a family that includes a single hole mount pull-out and a more traditional single handle kitchen faucet. This array of products complements a full-line of Antioch bathroom faucets and coordinating shower products.
Over the past decade, Danze has been creating fun and refreshing experiences each and every day. With dozens of faucet collections, fixtures, showerheads and accessories, available in a range of durable finishes, we’ll continue to delight and excite on all levels of design, function, quality and experience. It’s always been our mission to create well-designed products that help people feel better about their homes, their lives and themselves.