The Courant is a traditional design that works well with an array of bathroom styles. Its decorative handles will add a touch of elegance to any bathroom remodel or faucet replacement.
The Courant is available in centerset and widespread configurations in three finishes.
Spout swivels 360 degrees for maximum maneuverability.
Fixed hubs offer smooth handle rotation.
Press to seal and press again to open this easy-to-use pop-up drain. Unscrew to access drain pipe.
The included pop-up drain installs in three minutes with only three parts. No tools needed.
Meets ADA/ANSI A117.1 requirements, ensuring accessibility to all disabled persons.
Meets or exceeds EPA WaterSense Standards, which reduces water consumption by 30% and helps verage households save up to $200 in their annual water bill.
Rated to meet or exceed CalGreen criteria, which helps to conserve water in the average home by at least 20 percent.
Water-efficient product meeting the standards of the California Energy Commission (CEC). CEC compliant faucets and shower heads use significantly less water without compromising on performance.
Compliant with California and Vermont drinking water legislations. Meets NSF 61/9 Annex G Lead Requirements.
This bathroom faucet is compatible with 3-hole sinks.
A: You may need an adapter to attach a hose. The aerator thread on this model #LF-048-COPC is 3/4" 27 UNS 2B (female).
A: The stopper in the Push and Seal drain is made of plastic materials. Pfister products are manufactured using various types of materials and they are certified to ANSI/ASME standards to ensure the highest quality.
A: Yes! This is a two-pack combo, and they can be installed in separate bathrooms.
A: The pop up just lifts out. If it hasn't been removed in a while you will need to gently rock it back and forth and left and right while pulling it up. When replacing it after cleaning, coat the O ring with a little O ring grease to make it easier to remove in the future.
A: The center part should unscrew from the drain, then you should have access to get a drain snake in there I removed mine and replaced it with a drain screen.
A: The push and seal drain stopper can be removed from the top for maintenance and cleaning by rotating it counterclockwise. If the drain cap unscrews from the post, the post also unscrews from the drain body by turning it counterclockwise. A mild antibacterial soap can be used for cleaning.
A: Simply turn the top of the drain counter clockwise until it fully unscrews; this should create a wide opening making it much easier for you to fully clean out the drain
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