Ornate. Distinctive. Refined. The technology of the Indulge Antique (F-HC2200) looks forward, while its style harkens back. A part of our finest line of instant hot water dispensers, this model is designed for use with our stainless steel tank for filtered, near-boiling 200°F water and cool drinking water all on one system.
InSinkErator's Instant Hot Water Dispenser saves time and adds elegance to the kitchen. Near-boiling water at your fingertips -- perfect for making gravy, melting chocolate or quickly preparing pasta. Also double-functions to remove candle wax from holders and quickly clean dirty pots and pans.
Consider how often you heat water. When you do, you'll realize just how much you would use an instant hot water dispenser. It's truly unrivaled in the kitchen when it comes to the of tasks that are easily and quickly performed. And that's exactly why millions of people have installed them.Specifications
Hot Valve: Instant, self-closing
Cold Valve: Manual return
Shipping Weight: Approximately 6.5 lbs.
Required Hole Diameter: 1 3/8" - 1 1/2" (standard)
- Hot and Cool - Dispenses near-boiling 200°F and cool drinking water
- Ornate and distinctive spout swivels for greater convenience and stylish integrated levers provide a dramatic look
- The hot lever automatically shuts off while the Stay-On cool lever remains on for easy use
- Durable all brass dispenser construction
- 5-Year We Come To You In-Home Service Warranty
- For use with InSinkErator's Stainless Steel Tank and Filtration System (tank not included)
- Available in several designer finishes
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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