The Sutherland offers a modern classic arching Gooseneck spout design. The body features dual faucet to floor brushed nickel pipes, and 2 lever style handles.
When old meets new in redesign, we call it Modern Classic. Sutherland brings modern classic to the spa experience. An exceedingly well received dual pipe base with independent levers. Complimenting cylindrical shapes for the body, the water control, the shower handset and even the base. It’s often not just one element that makes good design, but the careful combination of many.
Brushed Nickel is sometimes referred to as Satin Nickel. It is a high quality alloy with less reflective more subdued nature than chrome. It is similar in appearance to brushed stainless steel or brushed aluminum. Brushed Nickel is considered a premium finish for a variety of hardware items and lends itself exceptionally well to clean modern accessory detailing.
Center to center reach: This is a term used to provide the measurement for the distance from the body to the outer arch of the faucet. In other words, this provides the distance from the center of the uprising tube to the center of the tube where the water exits the faucet. This is typically general information used to indicate how far from the edge of the tub the faucet can be placed while still allowing for the water to exit the faucet and fill the tub.
Faucet Centers: This is distance from center of hot water to center of cold water faucet. In the case of a freestanding tub faucet, this distance is the center of the hot water to center of cold water pipe where they meet at the floor. In the case of a single tube or "single hole" faucet this measurement is irrelevant.
Thread connection: This is simply to indicate the size of the thread connection for the incoming water that the water faucet is designed to screw into. The standard size will be designated by the abbreviation NPT or National Pipe Thread to signify the standard used. Adapters are used if the water source size does not match the faucet thread connection size.