Using a pull-down menu when in the application, specifiers can select faucet features — such as preferred types of handles, spouts, and outlets. The more features that are selected, the more specific the final configuration becomes. When only a few features are selected, multiple product numbers may be listed. (Click on image for larger view.)
When selections are complete, selecting “Configure Item” at the bottom of the page summons results with links to product web pages or specification sheets. On manual and ECAST® configurations, a quick registration process allows the user to save product configurations for future reference.
All Chicago Faucet commercial manual, ECAST, and electronic faucets are available for configuration, including all catalog and non-catalog products.
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