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Product Overview

  • Quarter-turn Cerama cartridge
  • Check valve to prevent cross flow
  • New style escutcheon bonnet
  • Designed for left to close cold handles
  • Works with all T&S faucets
UPC Code:671262516761

T&S Brass and Bronze Works 012395-25NS Specs

Quantity
1/Each
Shipping Weight
0.34 lb.
Type
Cartridges

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T&S Brass and Bronze Works 012395-25NS Details

Keep your faucet working properly with the T&S 012395-25NS Cerama cartridge! This left to close cartridge features a new style escutcheon bonnet for easy installation and a check valve to prevent cross flow of water. T&S cartridges are designed with efficiency and convenience in mind, allowing you to swap out one piece in the event of a leak, instead of replacing multiple moving parts. Cerama cartridges provide excellent longevity thanks to ceramic discs that form a long-lasting water tight seal. When the lever handle is turned, the discs spin to allow water to pass through.

Attention CA Residents:

  • NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 (Certified by CSA)

    NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 (Certified by CSA)

    This item is certified by CSA to meet the drinking water system component standards for Canada and the United States outlined in NSF/ANSI/CAN 61.

  • NSF/ANSI/CAN 372 (Certified by CSA)

    NSF/ANSI/CAN 372 (Certified by CSA)

    This item is certified by CSA to meet the drinking water system component lead content standards for Canada and the United States outlined in NSF/ANSI/CAN 372.