American Standard

December 13, 2017

Highlighting a fluent bottle-shaped design, the new Avery pull-down kitchen faucet collection from American Standard includes a high-arc, hands-free Selectronic model that offers the option of switching to manual operation for optimum user flexibility. This new assortment ― showcasing up-to-date styling ― also includes a hand-operated, high-arc pull-down kitchen faucet and lower profile pull-down bar faucet.

Delivering effortless wave-on/wave-off functionality, the Avery Selectronic kitchen faucet helps reduce the risk of cross-contamination in food preparation with its exclusive technology that provides dependable, touchless operation. It can be switched to manual operation of the faucet by simply closing the sliding door on the faucet spout to cover the built-in sensor. All three models feature a two-function spray, with a choice of stream and spray patterns that automatically reverts to stream when faucet is turned off. The convenient pause button is useful for filling containers and pots outside the sink.

These Avery pull-down faucet models offer reliable performance from the Re-Trax docking system that provides spray head retraction, along with a temperature memory setting that allows the water to be turned off in any position and turned back on at the same temperature. Ceramic disc valves provide a lifetime of worry-free, drip-free performance. Available in two finishes, polished chrome and stainless steel, the Avery faucets feature brass and metal construction and include pre-attached, color-coded supply lines for easy installation.