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An update to the popular Fulton faucet – named for American inventor and steamboat engineer Robert Fulton – the new version adds a pulldown fixture to the modern U-shaped design. 

The industrial styled fixture features a slender spout with gentle bends and sleekly incorporates a Positive Lock Pulldown (PLP) hand sprayer. A toggle button on the sprayer easily alters water spray from an aerated stream to a wide spray and can be pulled out 45 centimetres from the spout; a counterbalance weight on the hose creates a smooth pull, prevents snap back and ensures a firm lock-fit when put back. Fully insulated against heat, the handle also is equipped with a tension system for a consistent push and pull. A 25-millimetre hot/cold ceramic disk valve cartridge contributes to water saving and controls the flow to a maximum of 1.75 gallons per minute.

Made from either solid-eco-friendly brass or marine-grade stainless steel, the faucet has a 360-degree swivel and is available in 32 finishes.

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