Installing Industrial Kitchen Faucet Sprayer
Industrial kitchen faucet sprayer – Starting with turn off the water supply to the kitchen faucet, the provision of two valves under the sink. Open the faucet handle to release any remaining water from the spout of the faucet. Loosen and remove the hexagonal nut brass plug from the base of the kitchen faucet. The location under the sink to the connection of the device. This plug is typically located at the end of a copper pipe which is a cluster with and slightly longer than the connections of the waterline at the center of the base of the device. This copper tube is the water supply line hose sprayer.
Remove the metal insert hole from the edge of the sink. The location on the housing side of the main industrial kitchen faucet sprayer. Insert the lower threaded part of the holder sprayer upward through the hole of the sink. Then secure the container in place with the chrome Rosetta nut screwed to the base of the support until it is tightened. Pass the end of the new sprayer hose connection sink down through the sprinkler support. Insert the tube until the sprayer handle slides in the holder.
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Apply a layer of Teflon tape to the threaded end of the spray tube connection tube. Wrapping the tape in a clockwise direction. Connect the hexagonal nut connection of the new sprayer tube until the end of the copper water line under the sink base. Tighten until it is tight. Then use an adjustable wrench to turn the nut clockwise, 1/4 of a turn to complete the tightening. Turn on the water supply for the industrial kitchen faucet sprayer at the two valves under the sink.