1.5 gpm Low Pressure Dual Laminar Flow Control for Autoclave Application
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1.5 gpm Low Pressure Dual Laminar Flow Control for Autoclave Application

Model Number:  A-412-1.5
  • Accepts Auto-Clave Sterilization Process
  • No Splash
  • Self-Cleaning
  • Low Noise Emission
  • Highly Polished Chrome Plated Finish
Product Function:
OMNI® Model A-400 Series faucet flow controls are recommended for healthcare facilities, office buildings, hotels, motels, schools, restaurants and other locations where the addition of flow control is required at all faucet applications.

Regularly Furnished:
The housing is brass alloy #360, buffed and nickel-chrome plated per ASTM B456-SC-2. All threads conform to industry standards for plumbing and piping applications: 15/16-27NS-2A and 55/64-27NS-2B.
The perforated plates are 70/30 brass alloy sheet per ASTM-B-36-61, 0.016 thick with perforations per manufacturer. Flow control plate is nickel barrel plated 0.0002 thick.
Screens are series 300 stainless steel, 40 mesh.
The cartridge housing is brass alloy 360 nickel barrel plated 0.0002 thick, semibright finish.
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This option provides the flow control and/or adaptor to be complaint to lead free laws particular to Federal Public Law 110-380. The law requires wetted surface of every pipe, fixture, and fitting sold for or installed in potable water applications not contain more than 0.25% lead by weight.

Compliance should also meet the following state mandates.

  • California State Senate Bills SB 1334, SB1395, and Assembly Bill AB 1953 or California Health and Safety Code Section 116875-116880

  • Lousiana State House Bill 471 (2011) Act 362

  • Maryland State House Bill 372

  • Vermont State Senate Bill S.0152