|Posted by hj on April 12, 2002 at 09:08:57:|
|In response to Re: New Kitchen Faucet|
ALL faucets come with the flow restrictor, by Federal law. Whether it can be removed or bypassed depends on how, and where, the flow restiction is accomplished in each particular faucet.
: I would like to upgrade my kitchen faucet. I have been looking at the kind with pull out spray. However, I am reluctant to buy that type because I am afraid the water flow will not be powerful enough. Do all of these faucets come with flow restrictions? Can they be removed to increase flow?
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