Difference Between RV Faucet and Home Faucet

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Are RV kitchen faucets different from standard home units? Can I replace the RV faucet with a standard replacement home faucet? Benefits?

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Expert Reply:

RV faucets, such as the Patrick Distribution RV Kitchen Faucet # 277-000014 and the many others we have available, will typically use fittings beneath the knobs/handles that are made to be compatible with the hoses that are standard in RVs. A replacement home faucet may work in your RV, but it's also possible that the fittings it uses will not fit properly, as they will be designed to work with home plumbing lines.

Other than this, these replacement faucets will be very similar to what you will find for your home.

I have attached a link that will take you to our available selection of RV faucets that you can look through.

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Follow up Questions

Michael G.

To comply for CDC standards, I need an Infrared facet for my 2006 Holiday Rambler-Ambassador. Is there any company that makes such a facet? 77061

Reply from Chris R.

We don't carry any infrared/automatic faucets, but you should be able to find something at your local home improvement store. 62796

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