Dishwasher End Panel (AW-DWR)
Dishwash Panel 24"W * 34-1/2"H * 1/2"D, 3" W
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- Product Model AW-DWR
What Are My Accessories?Air gap. Depending where you live, you might be required by code to have an air gap, which helps prevent raw sewage from backing into your dishwasher. It can be seen above the countertop as a small cylindrical fixture mounted parallel with the faucet.Soap dispenserAir switch. In lieu of a wall switch to turn on the garbage disposal, an air switch is conveniently mounted on the countertop. It uses air pressure instead of electricity to activate the disposal to reduce the possibility of an electric shock when you have wet hands.Water filter faucet. If you’re concerned about the quality of your drinking water, a filter will provide clean drinking water directly from the tap.Hot water dispenser. Provides convenient near-boiling water on demand, a great feature for making hot tea. Side spray. This can be handy if your faucet does not have a pullout spray. Once you’ve decided which accessories you will select, plot out the layout and spacing of the faucet and accessories to make certain that they do not interfere with each other. Typically, faucets are centered on the sink. From there, holes are drilled 4, 6, or 8 inches apart, when measured from the center of one hole to the center of the next hole.Like most design, rules are fluid and there is room for deviation. It’s best to have the faucets and accessories on site at the home to test out which order and spacing looks best before the holes are drilled. Personally, I like to sketch out the placement of the faucet and accessories to see how they might look. When I’m done, I’ll send the sketch to my client to help them visualize the end result.