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Model SRT-4470-STN

Internet #100675164

Carrington 2-Handle Deck-Mount Roman Tub Faucet in Satin Nickel

$443.07 /each
Color/Finish: Satin Nickel
  • Chrome
  • Satin Nickel

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The Symmons Carrington 2-Handle Deck-Mount Roman Tub Faucet in Satin Nickel has 2 knob handles for ease of use. The spout is manufactured from cast brass. The mid-arc spout has a reach of 10 in. for easy access to water. This faucet has 1/2 in. rigid copper connections. The deck-mount design allows you easy access to bathtub controls. The nickel finish creates a sophisticated look. This faucet is both functional and visually appealing.

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  • 2 knob handles for ease of use
  • Cast brass spout
  • Satin nickel finish creates a sophisticated look
  • Mid-arc spout with a 10 in. reach for easy access to outpouring water
  • 1/2 in. rigid copper connections
  • Quarter-turn ceramic control components
  • Deck mounting provides easy access to tub controls
  • Ceramic disk valves
  • Metal construction for durability
  • Lifetime homeowner warranty

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2.5 gal flow rate?

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February 15, 2016
Is the flow rate of this faucet actually 2.5 gal per minute? That seems extremely slow, especially for the 50+ gallon tub we're planning to use it on.
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February 18, 2016
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Yes, the flow rate of the faucet is 2.5 gallons per minute.
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February 16, 2016
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Dear BasementDweller:
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The 2.5 GPM is a typo. The actual flow will be much greater and will in large part be dictated by the system pressure available on site. Please note further that the 'Valve Not Included' is a typo as well, as this system comes complete with both valve and trim. We will inform HomeDepot to update their site with the correct info as soon as
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Dear BasementDweller:
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The 2.5 GPM is a typo. The actual flow will be much greater and will in large part be dictated by the system pressure available on site. Please note further that the 'Valve Not Included' is a typo as well, as this system comes complete with both valve and trim. We will inform HomeDepot to update their site with the correct info as soon as possible.
Many thanks,
Shane
Symmons Web Advisor
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Tub faucet

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goldenwaste
Orange california
March 7, 2012
Symmons Carrington 2-Handle Deck-Mount Roman Tub Faucet in Chrome
Model # SRT-4470 Internet # 100663103

Is the top of this faucent removeable allowing me to run a rod up to a shower head for an old cast iron tub?
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March 12, 2012
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Dear Goldenwaste:
My apologies for the delay in responding to you. The Roman tub offered is not able to be configured in the manner described. The shell contains a dedicated waterway that cannot be diverted without re-engineering the basic design, and thereby voiding the warranty. I have seen such set-ups before, often with exposed risers leading up to the showerhead, but that is not a design we
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Dear Goldenwaste:
My apologies for the delay in responding to you. The Roman tub offered is not able to be configured in the manner described. The shell contains a dedicated waterway that cannot be diverted without re-engineering the basic design, and thereby voiding the warranty. I have seen such set-ups before, often with exposed risers leading up to the showerhead, but that is not a design we currently offer.
Sincerely,
Shane
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