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Client: Moen (U.S.)
Design: Moen (U.S.)
This unique outdoor sill faucet features technology similar to that in a shower valve, allowing both hot and cold water to flow freely outdoors. The faucet provides consumers with an added level of comfort and convenience for jobs like filling the baby pool, washing the car, bathing the dog and watering the lawn. The device features 12 gallon-per-minute water flow and has an innovative cartridge design. Its anti-siphon and frost-free protection make it ideal for colder climates. The Hot-Cold Sill Faucet is easy to install, with only one hole for plumbers to drill and a directional groove for correct placement. It is available in either 6, 8, 10 or 12-inch models.