Moen T6620 Chrome Bath Sink Faucet Trim, from the Brantford Bath collection in a Chrome finish. The lavatory faucet mounts in a 3-hole, 8-16" center sink, with a 5" long and 5" high spout. Also includes a metal pop-up type waste assembly. Moen T6620 two handle widespread trim, fits the M-PACT common valve system and requires Moen's 9000, valve to make this faucet complete. Moen's Brantford bath collection, features a beautiful look and timeless appeal. The two lever handle design provides for ease of operation. Metal lever handle meets all requirements of ADA ICC/ANSI A117. 1 and ASME A112. 18. 1/CSA B125. 1, NSF 61/9 and proposition 65. Water Sense Certified. Lifetime limited Warranty.
Number of Handles:
Chrome Finish To Create A Bright Highly Reflective Cool Grey Metallic Look
Connection size: 1/2-inch
Connection size: 1/2"
Chrome finish to create a bright, highly reflective, cool, metallic look
Valve type: M-Pact lav rough-in valve
Elegant 8 to 16-inch widespread installation
Elegant 8"-16" widespread installation
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Aerated flow for everyday use
Meets WaterSense criteria to conserve water without sacrificing performance
Still love these faucets after 4 years! Rated 5 by wren7 Yes, I recommend this product. We bought a 1980s home 4 years ago and did a total remodel. We had Moen faucets in our previous home and loved them -- especially the life-time warranty, which we used several times to replace parts and to replace a kitchen faucet. So we didn't even consider any other brand for our huge remodel. We put the Brantford faucets in all 3 of our bathrooms in oil-rubbed bronze (along with replacing all the shower and tub hardware, towel racks, etc. with Brantford as well). Originally posted on moen.com Jun/2012
Problems from the get go Rated 3 by Jojo No, I do not recommend this product. The faucet was installed by a licensed plumber and it had problems right out of the box. The faucet dripped and the aerator leaked out of the threads, splashing water against the back splash each time it was turned on. After the plumber replaced the cartridges with new Moen cartridges, the handles spun around 360 degrees. He called tech support and made the adjustments they recommended but, as he was leaving, he said he has doubts that the problem is truly resolved and said that the problem will likely arise again in the future. The new Moens don't seem to be as sturdy or be the same quality as the older ones. Originally posted on moen.com Jun/2012
Befuddled Rated 4 by Anonymous Yes, I recommend this product. I like this faucet just fine, but the directions in the box were NOT for this faucet. The pieces referenced in directions were different than those of the faucet. Luckily, my installer knew what to do, but if I did not have a professional, I'm not sure what would have happened. In addition, there were two pieces that had to snap together; snap was heard. Once water pressure hit, however, they blew apart and there was water everywhere. Sorry, Moen, but you should include better made connections, etc, with your products. Originally posted on moen.com Jun/2016
Very well made faucet Rated 5 by Anonymous Yes, I recommend this product. The faucet has a beautiful chrome finish and is built very solid compared to other brand faucets I have installed. The only issue I had was that the directions said that if the counter top is greater than 1/4 inch in thickness, the plastic mounting bracket for the spout can be discarded and only the metal bracket is needed underneath. However, I ran out of threads on the stem of the spout and had to use both the the plastic and metal bracket. My counter top is 5/8 inch thick, but the stem has about 1 inch extending down below the hole in the counter top with no threads, so it would appear that the instruction manual needs to be rewritten if i understood it correctly. The plastic spacer bracket solved the problem for me. Otherwise, installation was straightforward and instructions easy to follow. Originally posted on moen.com Aug/2015