The new PlumbMaster sensor faucets feature one of the smallest yet most reliable solenoid sensors available today. Equipped with a time-out feature, the advanced sensor technology stops the water flow automatically after four minutes, which is ideal for handwashing and handy for rinsing dishes and other kitchen tasks, as stated by the company. For tasks that require more water and to change the temperature, the faucet can be operated manually with the handle, like a standard kitchen faucet.
Two spray options help with cleaning and rinsing tasks. For ease of use, the spray defaults back to the aerated stream when the water is turned off.
The solid brass construction of the faucet is designed to last many years, even in conditions with hard water.
The two designs feature a transitional design and a more industrial-inspired look with exposed springs. The Artis Spring Pull-Down kitchen faucet comes in three finishes — polished chrome, stainless steel and matte black — while the regular Artis Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet is available in the most popular finishes, polished chrome and stainless Steel.
All models are NSF 372 low-lead compliant and offer convenient single-hole drop-in installation in decks of up to 2-13/16 inches thickness.