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  • BT611BH

BT611BH

Single Water Tap, Bench Mounted, Wrist Blade Handle

Application: Laboratory water tap for cold water.

Finish: Furnished with white powder coated finish as standard. Other colors and finishes available as options (see below).

Mounting: Bench or countertop mounted with removable locator pins.

Body: Forged brass.

Headwork: WaterSaver self-contained compression valve cartridge with replaceable stainless steel seat.

Handle: Forged brass wrist blade handle with color-coded index disc. Index disc is marked per EN 13792.

Gooseneck: 6” (152mm) rigid gooseneck. Gooseneck is set in right hand configuration unless left hand or 180 degrees
is specified.

Inlet: Furnished with mounting shank, locknut and washer. G1/2 male inlet.

Outlet: G3/8 female outlet with removable anti-splash serrated hose end.

Quality Assurance: Fitting is fully assembled and factory tested prior to shipment. 10 bar (150 PSI) test pressure and maximum working pressure.

BT611BH-Configs

Optional Features

Finish Options:

  • Gray powder coated finish (GRY)
  • Polished chrome plated finish with clear epoxy coating (PCL)
  • Satin chrome plated finish with clear epoxy coating (SCC)
  • Satin nickel plated finish with clear epoxy coating (SNC)

FlowStop/Filter Options:

  • FlowStop volume control and shut-off valve installed in valve body (use prefix “BTFS”)
  • Removable filter to remove debris and impurities from water flow (use prefix “BTFL”)

Headwork/Valve Options:

  • Compression valve cartridge with adjustable volume control (use prefix “BTA”)
  • Ceramic disc valve cartridge (use prefix “BTC”)
  • Integral check valve to prevent backflow (add suffix “CV”).

Handle Option:

  • Forged brass wrist blade handle in place of hooded handle (add suffix “BH”)

Riser Option:

  • Brass riser with 8″ (203mm) spread (add suffix “-8”)

Outlet Option:

  • BT118 pipe interrupter fitting to prevent back-siphonage (add suffix “-118”)