Kitchen Faucet Adapter

Kitchen Faucet Adapter

Q. “I can’t see what the functional differences are among the different diverter aerator models?” A. In all models, including the “with outlet”, the left-hand-side outlet is where the water is diverted to. On the ADVSR-1, there is what appears to be two outlets. However, the top is the diverter, the bottom is an inlet and then there is a small spigot just below the two where the water comes back through (this acts as an outlet for the returning water, therefore, it is called a “with outlet”.) The ADVS-4 is a swivel (meaning that the top threads will turn separately from the rest of the adaptor). The ADVS-4 and ADVSR-1 both have a pull out button for diversion, and the ADVP-4 is a pull-down model. All come with the most common female aerator threads, which will fit most (but not all) U.S. made faucets that require a female threaded aerator. If you need male threads on your adapter (meaning your aerator has male threads) then you’ll need to order the male-to-male adapter (part number #COUNTMALE) and it screws onto our female spout adapter converting it to male. Then the chances are 90% that it will fit.
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Kitchen Faucet Adapter

Frequently Asked Questions Q. “I can’t see what the functional differences are among the different diverter aerator models?” A. In all models, including the “with outlet”, the left-hand-side outlet is where the water is diverted to. On the ADVSR-1, there is what appears to be two outlets. However, the top is the diverter, the bottom is an inlet and then there is a small spigot just below the two where the water comes back through (this acts as an outlet for the returning water, therefore, it is called a “with outlet”.) The ADVS-4 is a swivel (meaning that the top threads will turn separately from the rest of the adaptor). The ADVS-4 and ADVSR-1 both have a pull out button for diversion, and the ADVP-4 is a pull-down model. All come with the most common female aerator threads, which will fit most (but not all) U.S. made faucets that require a female threaded aerator. If you need male threads on your adapter (meaning your aerator has male threads) then you’ll need to order the male-to-male adapter (part number #COUNTMALE) and it screws onto our female spout adapter converting it to male. Then the chances are 90% that it will fit. Q. “Will the aerators with Male NPSM threads screw fit into Female FIPS threads?” A. Male threads that are NPSM (National Standard Straight Mechanical Pipe Thread) will not screw directly into FIPS (Female Iron Pipe Size) threaded fittings. FIPS threads are tapered and the NPSM are straight threads. Even though they have the same threads per inch and look the same size they will not thread together.
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Kitchen Faucet Adapter

From water savings to a more gentle flow, faucet aerators are a small but necessary part of any faucet set up. If you have ever run a faucet without an aerator, you realized the purpose of an aerator. Without one, water sprays out with unpleasant force and causes splashing. Mixing air into the flow of water produces a steadier, more stable stream – but sometimes aerators get worn out and need replacing. With our large section of faucet aerators and adapters, we’re sure you’ll find what you need.

Kitchen Faucet Adapter

Kitchen Faucet Adapter
Kitchen Faucet Adapter
Kitchen Faucet Adapter
Kitchen Faucet Adapter