CFG's broad selection of kitchen faucets offers a wide array of functionality. This module serves as a quick resource guide to identify the type of faucet you are working with. Faucets are presented in a variety of fixed spout, pullout/pulldown and service faucets. They are often accompanied by a separate side spray.

Kitchen Faucet

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Pulldown Faucets

One-handle pulldown faucets feature a wand that users pull away from the faucet body for maximum control of the water stream. All of these one-handle faucets are handle clocked to prevent backsplash crashing.

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Pulldown Kitchen Faucet

Pullout Faucets

One-handle pullout faucets feature a wand that users pull away from the faucet base to easily direct the flow of water. The wand integrates stream and spray functionality.

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Pullout Kitchen Faucet

One Handle Faucets

One-handle faucets use a single handle to control both the volume of water flow and the temperature. CFG ceramic cartridges aid in providing precise temperature control. An escutcheon can be used for situations where you are converting from a two-handle to a one-handle configuration.

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One Handle Kitchen Faucet

Two Handle Faucets

Two-handle faucets are controlled by using both handles, one for hot and one for cold.

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Two Handle Kitchen Faucet

Bar Faucets

These smaller faucets for use in smaller sinks are generally located in another part of the kitchen, behind a bar, in a prep area/island, or at a secondary sink. They can also be used as a primary faucet when dealing with height restrictions.

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Kitchen Bar Faucet

Laundry Faucets

These faucets are specially configured for ample working room at laundry sinks. Threaded spouts allow for the option of attaching a hose.

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Laundry Faucet