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  • 11 7/8" height
  • 5 11/16" spread
  • 1.5 GPM vandal resistant aerator
  • Mixing valve and control module box regulates water temperature
  • 18" supply hoses, 3/8" compression x 1/2" NPSM connections
  • 6" deck plate; 4" mounting centers
  • Powered by 4 AA batteries, AC adapter included
UPC Code: 671262784368
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T&S Troubleshooting Leaks

T&S Troubleshooting Leaks

When a faucet or pre-rinse unit begins leaking, it immediately goes from a wonderful, convenient apparatus to a headache. Because it often seems difficult to diagnose, leaky plumbing can go for months or even years without being repaired. Meanwhile, water bills can silently rise and rise. The reality is, that many end users, and even some plumbers, don't know the true cost of a leaky faucet. According to the EPA, a faucet that leaks at the rate of 1 drip per second can add an extra 3,000 gallons per year to a water bill. 3,000 gallons, that's enough to fill 3 firetrucks. The good news? Leaks are actually simple to diagnose and just as manageable to fix. The first thing to understand is why leaks occur. It's not usually because the metal itself has developed a hole or perforation. Usually, the problem is much simpler than that. Leaks almost always occur due to wear and tear on soft warn parts, such as a gasket, washer, packing, or O-ring. These parts allow the faucet or pre-rinse unit to function smoothly, and in order to do that, they have to compress or give a little each time the unit is used. Let's take a look at the most common leaks and what you can do to repair them. On a faucet, you may notice a leak on the spout itself. The solution here, you may need to replace a seal between the outlet tip and nozzle. Or, the leak may be back at the cartridge spindle itself, where a worn seat washer is letting water into the spout. Is there a leak around a faucet handle? You'll need to replace the worn packing inside by removing the bonnet nut and replacing the old packing with new packing. Leaking at the base of the bonnet means the top gasket is worn and needs to be replaced. Leaking at the nozzle base while the water is running tells you that the swivel o-ring has worn and your faucet is ready for a new o-ring. Leaks at the coupling flange are due to an old gasket. Replacing that will solve your problem. On a pre-rinse unit, leaks may be even more obvious. A leaking hose is one that is punctured or perforated and needs to be replaced. A leak around the spray face means you need a new rubber bumper. A leak through the spray face itself means its time to replace the bonnet assembly. But, the other common leaks are nearly identical to those on a faucet. If there is a leak at the base of the handle, you'll need to replace the washer inside the handle to stop the leak. A leak at the top of the handle means a hose washer that needs replacing. Leaks around the pre-rinse faucet or riser itself will inevitably be identical to the faucet leaks described previously. Leaky plumbing, no one likes it. But it's not difficult to investigate and repair. T&S makes it easy to keep your faucets and pre-rinse units performing at their best.

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Leaky plumbing doesn't have to be a major time sink - in fact, it's pretty easy to diagnose! Watch this video for more information on how to troubleshoot leaks around your faucets and pre-rinse units.

T&S Sustainability Where Blue Meets Green

T&S Sustainability Where Blue Meets Green

T&S offers truly sustainable plumbing solutions. The need for water conservation is a growing concern, as water is a precious resource. Businesses use a great deal of water, as shown here in this chart. The restaurant industry, educational facilities, hotels, hospitals, offices, and supermarkets all consume vast amounts of water. To cite numbers, restaurants use 7,736 gallons per day; educational facilities use 37,761 gallons per day; hotels use 5,531 gallons per day; hospitals use 47,250 gallons per day, offices use 27,675 gallons per day; and supermarkets use 7,703 gallons per day. That's a lot of water! Even so, these businesses are doing their part to conserve, and T&S has a way to help. It offers products for plumbing that are LEED certified and great for new constructions and renovations. Plumbing fixture fittings can even contribute to up to 4 LEED categories, including water efficiency, materials & resources, innovation, and regional priority. For the most point-earning power, choose low-flow products from a responsible manufacturer. T&S creates sustainable solutions with beneficial alliances and responsible manufacturing, where all corrugation, plastic shrink wrap, trays, and office paper are recycled and where 100% of the polishing dust is collected and re-purposed. Nearly 9,000 gallons of coolant is even recycled annually. Plus, 6% less electricity is consumed through new lighting, heating, and cooling efforts. Smart low-flow products include spray valves, aerators, sensor faucets, metering faucets, and ceramic faucets. T&S offers options to match flow rates with tasks and to eliminate waste. Saving water helps the planet and saves money. The cost of water, the cost of energy to heat the water, and the cost of sewage to dispose of the water is expensive. Small changes can add up. Reliable T&S products last for years, and fewer product replacements mean less waste. With T&S, you can enjoy a lower total lifecycle cost and more money in your pocket.

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Through easy water conservation efforts, you can save money in total operating costs, resulting in more money to invest in your business. From ceramic cartridges to aerators and spray valves, T&S offers a range of products engineered to help conserve water, save money, and promote overall efficiency.

T&S Water Conservation

T&S Water Conservation

Nearly 70% of the earth's surface is covered by water. That's almost one billion cubic miles of water. However, the mast majority of that water is salt water, which is virtually unusable for human consumption. Only 3% of the earth's surface contains fresh water, and only 25% of that fresh water is available, since the rest is locked away in ice caps and glaciers. In fact, only abut 1% of the world's fresh water is easily accessible and usable for drinking or washing. As you can tell, there's not a lot of water to go around. The reality is that usable water is a limited resource. As the world's population grows, and even as some cultures gain access to fresh water for the first time, there will be even less to go around. Before you start worrying, this trend doesn't mean that there's not enough water for the world's population. It does mean that the more we can develop water-conserving products and processes, the better. At T&S, we've always taken water conservation seriously. In 1947, we introduced the first pre-rinse unit to the foodservice industry, and within 4 decades, we had innovated it into the first low-flow unit designed to save water and energy. Today, our B-0107-C and B-01078-C pre-rinse units are both endorsed by the Green Restaurant Association. The savings don't stop with just pre-rinse units, either. T&S offers thousands of products engineered to save water for both the plumbing and foodservice industries. Here are a few of our favorites. Consider our electronic faucets. Their water runs only when the faucet sensors a user's hands under the spout, and since the flow is set at a predetermined rate, it's impossible not to save water. Compared to a standard faucet, an electronic faucet from T&S can save as much as a gallon of water per handwash. Our B-107-C spray valve, the first low-flow unit of its kind, operates at a low 0.65 gallons per minute. That means even EPACT compliant spray valves use almost 250% as much water as the B-0107-C. In this dramatic demonstration, you can see how much water is saved in just a few seconds by our new low-flow spray valves. Our 0.65 gallon model is on the left. A standard 1.42 gallons per minute model is on the right. You can see our new low-flow spray valves, in just 15 seconds, use far less than 1/2 the water of the current federal standard. In many settings, metering faucets can provide just the right level of performance, while also conserving water and energy. Since they operate with the push of a button, metering faucets don't even require the minimal energy that electronic faucets do. Yet, they continue to regulate both the duration of flow and the amount of water for the user, turning on when the user desires, and stopping the flow at a predetermined time. For many faucet applications, electronic and metering simply aren't an option. For those applications, T&S offers a range of low-flow aerators. Keeping the water flow to a minimum while ensuring performance, our aerators can save you water and energy in even high-use settings. Again, watch this brief comparison between a standard faucet on the right and a T&S low-flow aerator on the left. In just 15 seconds time, you can easily see the dramatic difference in the amount of water consumed. For those who are interested in LEED certification, many T&S products can help contribute to 2 of the 6 performance categories for energy-efficient buildings: water efficiency and materials and resources. No matter your need, no matter your application, T&S has the perfect options to help you conserve water and energy. With water becoming a scarcer commodity, you can't afford not to consider T&S efficiency.

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Water is becoming a more and more limited commodity around the world, making water conservation more important than ever. With T&S faucets and aerators, you can easily reduce water consumption, thereby minimizing overall operation costs. This video explains how T&S can help you save.

Discover T&S Brass

Discover T&S Brass

I help you save water. I help make cleaning more efficient. I help keep your kitchen running. I help provide reliability you can trust. At T&S, we provide commercial plumbing equipment for hundreds of applications. It all started inside a small New York garage back in 1947. Today, we're a global brand serving markets around the world. Our customers know us as a family-owned and operated company, and we still go by the same trusted name. T&S Brass and Bronze Works. For more than 60 years, the story of T&S has been one of growth, expansion, and innovation. After inventing the market's first pre-rinse unit in 1947, T&S quickly established itself as the industry's premier manufacture of foodservice plumbing products. Over the next 2 decades, our company expanded into new commercial plumbing markets, leading founder George Tyson to purchase property in South Carolina to accommodate a new, 80,000 sq. ft. plant. As growth continued, T&S opened facilities around the globe, including another manufacturing facility in Sheung Hei, China, helping to shape the company into the truly international brand it is today. Our track record of innovations speaks for itself, but our reputation for service is what sets us apart. With more than 10,000 interchangeable parts and the ability to quickly handle custom modifications in house, the experts of T&S are proud to deliver real solutions to customers every day. At T&S, taking care of customers at every step is our number one priority. Maybe that means getting orders out the door fast with our 24 hour quick ship, or assisting with design and engineering. And with our state-of-the-art contact center, we work directly with each customer to find the right solution. It's what we're all about. Many customers know T&S for a few must-have products, but we actually manufacturer thousands of plumbing solutions for every corner of today's commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities. Clean your dishes, fill your pots, wash your hands, prep for surgery, prevent the spread of germs, get a high-power clean, connect with confidence, stay safe. Our customers are often surprised to learn the real depth of all we offer. The truth is, we've been serving every major market with an extensive product offering for years. When you look around, you'll find T&S is hard at work in more places than you might think. Restaurant, grocery, healthcare, hospitality, schools and education, convenience stores, pet care, prisons, commercial buildings, stadiums, cruise ships. At T&S, we know it takes more than an impressive product line to be an industry leader. It's about the total package, the right solutions, superior service, and doing business the right way. That's why we focus on quality at every turn. Our in-house testing actually exceeds national standards. We have 5 distinct inspection operations within our production process so each product is rigorously tested to ensure it's built to last. And, just as quality is a constant focus for our team, sustainability has become a leading consideration for customers, but that's hardly new to us. Whether it's pioneering low-flow faucets and fittings before they were widely used, implementing green operational practices, or making products made to last a lifetime, T&S has always been a leader in water and energy conversation, as well as responsible manufacturing. It has always been important to us, even if we didn't call it sustainability back then, all over our company, in all of our facilities, and in all of the products we offer, we build in the kind of efficiency today's market expects and demands. We've been offering sustainable solutions all along. With more than 60 years of experience under our belt, and a family-owned approach that continues to this day, our partnership with customers continues to be the foundation of the T&S experience. We grow, we innovate, we raise the bar, we listen, we provide the best solutions. That's what it means to work with T&S today and always.

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Learn how T&S Brass works to provide you with high-quality products and superior service! With over 60 years of experience, they have the plumbing solutions you need for your business.

How to Install a TS Brass Hands Free Electronic Faucet

How to Install a TS Brass Hands Free Electronic Faucet

In many environments, contamination poses a serious risk. Hospitals, schools, and food service to name a few. Poor hand washing can cause cross contamination and cause disease. The easier it is to keep hands clean, the better. T&S believes in the importance of hand washing. To meet hygienic needs, we have developed a range of high performing electronic faucets. By installing an electronic faucet, you’ve just removed one significant factor in contamination. In school for instance, that sick teacher that should be at home, doesn’t need to touch the faucet to turn it on. So the next 20 kids who use the faucet that day, won’t get what she had. In the food service environment, there is no longer a risk of touching a food product that may harbor food born disease, turning on a faucet to wash your hands and coming into contact with the food product again and you shut off the facet and move to another task. With T&S electronic faucets, you never need to touch the faucet and the impurities you bring to the sink won’t come back to haunt you after you have finished washing. In fact in these environment and many more, there is not a more useful tool than an electronic faucet. They are so easy to use that they actually encourage more hand washing as well. Avoiding contamination is a huge benefit, but electronic faucets also offer dramatic water savings since they only flow when hands set off their censor. They are easier to maintain with fewer moving parts and potential leak points. There are even a range of options for how the electronics in the faucets are powered and two different lines of faucets, checkpoint and our value line equip. T&S is the only provider of electronic faucets that also offers a mixing valve as standard. And our single skew makes it easier for specifiers, dealers, and contractors. Ease of installation is just one of the many benefits of T&S electronic faucets. Place the faucet on the sink, align it with the mounting holes, and tighten the hardware underneath the deck. Tighten the center nut with a ¾ inch socket. Attach the flex water lines to the shut off valves and tighten them securely. Then fasten the control module to the wall using the specified locations located on the module. Attach the mixing value onto the inlet of the control module and tighten it, in most cases this is already pre-installed. Secure the mixing valve to the lines using the half inch of the hose and tighten them securely. Next attach the flex line to the faucet inlet and to the control module outlet. Be careful while tightening, not to damage the electrical connection to the sensor cable. Align the arrow to the center cable to the module and then connect them to each other. Finally screw the sensor cable’s connector cover onto the control module. Turn on the water and check for leaks. Now you are ready to set the electronic eye of the faucet. Access the module and press and hold the on and off button for 5-7 seconds. The water fluid should start then stop. Release the button, you will notice that the LED light will blink on then turn itself off. You will want to set the range somewhere between the faucet itself and where the water will flow. Place a flat object like a card or your hand at the desired distance from the sensor. The LED will turn itself back on. Press the on/off button on the module before moving the object away and the light will flash 5 times to let you know that you have saved the range setting. You can reset the range at any time during the life of the faucet. T&S gives you alternatives for powering your electronic faucets. Most installers choose to use batteries, even though this puts the faucet at risk of running out of power and becoming unusable for a time. It’s almost as easy to use the AC adapter, which brings the added advantage of using the batteries as backup in case of a power failure, with a need to replace batteries only every few years. There is a third option that takes your electronic faucet to the next level while saving you maintenance time and money. That option is the hydra generator. The hydra generator is a T&S innovation that powers your electronic faucet with the flow of water itself. As water passes through the lines of your electronic faucet, it fuels your hydra generator like a high tech water wheel, allowing it to gather and store energy that it can use to power the electronic sensor and water flow. The hydra generator can also act as a primary source with the batteries as a backup, for those interested in sustainability and water conservation; there is no other option like it anywhere. Installing the hydra generator is simple, as easy as installing one more part between the mixing value and the control module. T&S electronic faucets are also available with other options to ensure they fit their environment perfectly: The LN (less nozzle) option, the SM (side mount), SMT (side mount option w/thermostatic valve), TMV (below deck option with thermostatic mixing valve), LF22 featuring 2.2 gallons per minute with a vandal resistant laminent flow. Choose a faucet with T&S and enjoy the benefits of water savings, lower installation and maintenance costs and dramatically reduced contamination.

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Watch this video to learn how easy it is to properly install and configure a hands free electronic faucet from T&S Brass!

Equip by T&S 5EF-1D-DG-4DPWS Specs
Spout Height 11 7/8 Inches
Color Silver
Faucet Centers 3 Mounting Holes

Flex Inlets Included
Flow Rate 1.5 GPM
Made in America Yes
Mounting Style Deck Mounted
Spout Type Gooseneck
Type Faucets

Customer questions about this product

What measurements do I need to install a faucet?
When installing a faucet, these are some of the most common measurements you’ll need:

Faucet Centers: If your faucet has a base with 2 inlets, measure the distance from the center of one inlet to the center of the other. This number must match the spacing of your building’s water lines (adjustable centers will help with the spacing). If mounting through the backsplash on a sink, the center measurement must also fit within the pre-drilled mounting holes.

Flex Hoses: If your faucet has flex hoses make sure that they will reach your building’s water lines.

Spout length: Make sure that the faucet spout will fit comfortably over your sink bowl and not extend too far / not far enough. If you plan to use a swing spout over a multi-bowl sink, make sure it will reach all of the bowls.
Does this item have any additional agency approvals and certifications?
There are a wide range of regulations that govern plumbing code! We attempt to list any current certification marks with an official logo on the product page for your convenience. However, additional approvals, codes, and standards this product adheres to may be listed on the product specsheet.
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Equip by T&S 5EF-1D-DG-4DPWS Details

Whether you need to replace an existing faucet or you're working on a new installation, this Equip by T&S 5EF-1D-DG-4DPWS deck mounted electronic faucet is the perfect way to deliver water for handwashing, while its hands-free design works to improve sanitation and reduce the spread of pathogens in your facility. It boasts a rigid gooseneck nozzle that measures 11 7/8" high while the 1.5 GPM aerator regulates the flow and reduces splashing. Additionally, its vandal-resistant design deters tampering and damage. The included mixing valve and control module box install below the countertop. The mixing valve is used to set a consistent water temperature for the faucet, and it connects to your facility's water lines using a pair of 18" supply hoses. The control box handles the faucet's electronic functions. A 24" sensor wire and another 18" flexible connector hose run from the box to the faucet.

You can power the faucet using either 4 AA batteries (included) or the included AC adapter. It has a 6" deck plate with 4" centers for mounting.

Because this item is not stocked in our warehouse, processing, transit times and stock availability will vary. If you need your items by a certain date, please contact us prior to placing your order. Expedited shipping availability may vary. We cannot guarantee that this item can be cancelled off of the order or returned once it is placed.

  • Made in America

    Made in America

    This item was made in the United States of America.

  • ADA Compliant

    ADA Compliant

    This item meets the criteria established by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), helping make your restaurant more accessible to people with disabilities.

  • Hands-Free/Touchless

    Hands-Free/Touchless

    This item is designed for hands-free use, which reduces the risk of cross-contamination and prevents germs from spreading.

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