The Everpure EV9000-85 Dual Temperature Stainless Steel Faucet is a water filter faucet in stainless steel which is ideal for the following applications:
The Everpure EV9000-85 Dual Temperature Stainless Steel Drinking Water Faucet is part of the Everpure Designer Series. It consistently provides a stream of premium hot and cold quality, filtered water from the Everpure commercial grade water filtration system. The Everpure Designer Series stainless steel faucets' high commercial quality makes them a popular choice for water filtration in many restaurants and homes.
The versatile design of this Contemporary Series Single-Temp Faucet is available in two finishes, ensuring a sleek look that perfectly complements any kitchen. This Everpure commercial grade water filtration system dual-temperature faucet is exclusively designed to be used with the Solaria Instant Hot Water Dispenser and other vented instant hot systems, the faucet can also be connected to the Polaria Water Chiller for refreshingly chilled drinking water.
Everpure EV900085 Brushed Nickel Contemporary Series POU Drinking Water Faucet Features:
Everpure's exclusive precoat filtration technology combines Micro-Pure with a unique, pleated filter membrane to reduce particles as small as 0.5 microns. This highly-engineered design supplies the largest filtering surface area, longer life and consistent performance. This Everpure Designer Series faucet is certified to NSF/ANSI 61.
Everpure commercial grade water filtration systems are easily installed with common household tools. The system mounts under your sink and is plumbed to a separate filter faucet. In addition, cartridge replacement is very easy. Product includes the faucet only. No filtration system or heating tank is included. Each is optional and sold separately. When connecting faucet to a reverse osmosis system (ROM II or ROM III), you will need to purchase a separate Air Gap Adapter.
This faucet is warranted to be free of defect and workmanship defect for 5 years. The coated finish is warranted for 3 years. After 3 years, depending on local water conditions and/or cleaning products used, the coating may be slightly affected compared to a new product. For general cleaning, use a soft damp cloth. The use of cleaning chemicals is not recommended.