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3 1/2'' diameter complete post-type sink strainer assembly All brass body Adjusts to fit sinks up to 2'' thick Fits most kitchen sink brands Spring loaded ball detent with positive open position
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Creative Kitchen and Bath is proud to present this bronze umber finished kitchen sink basket strainer, by Jaclo. The 2804-BU is made from premium materials, this Kitchen Sink Basket Strainer offers great function and value for your home. This fixture is part of Jaclo's decorative Collection, so make sure to check out other styles of fixtures to accessorize your room.
JACLO, an industry leader since 1961, was one of the first companies to offer handheld shower systems to the U.S. market. Today, JACLO is strategically positioned to continue its tradition of bringing highly-styled shower systems and accessories to consumers well into this millennium. Given JACLO's wide range of product and dedication to detail, the company is well-equipped to meet the needs and growing demands of its customers by providing well-designed products that will enable them to be competitive in style and cost while still maintaining optimum profit margins. JACLO's design staff will, upon request, create customized shower systems that reflect your customers' individual tastes. JACLO specializes in upgrading high-end hospitality and mulit-unit establishments. Adept at creating customized products for large projects, JACLO provided product for the fully-coordinated bathrooms suites which grace the stunning MGM SkyLofts in Las Vegas. JACLO has also upgraded units with shower hoses, shower heads and handshowers for properties like The Essex House in New York City, MGM Grand's West Wing in Las Vegas, The Inn of the Mountain Gods in Ruidoso, Parker Meridian in New York City, and the Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego. Our Luxury Grab Bars have been implemented in extravagant hotels such as Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas.