If you love to cook then you’ll love our range of kitchen faucets with sprays. Whether you choose a pull-out faucet with rinsing spray or a faucet with professional spray, our choice of designs will satisfy even the most discerning chefs
Pull-out & Pull-down Kitchen Faucet Sprays
GROHE kitchen faucets with rinsing rprays
Pull out kitchen faucets with rinsing sprays transform the kitchen sink into a multifunctional work zone.
Our kitchen faucet collections fuse perfect ergonomics with award-winning design. With a diverse range of designs and material finishes to choose from, finding a pull-out kitchen faucet to complement your kitchen decor and meet your functional requirements is easy with GROHE.
What is the difference between a pull-out spray and a pull-down spray?
Both offer the same features and versatility. The difference is in the action required to extract the hand-held spray from the faucet spout.
In general, if the kitchen faucet has a straight spout, you need to ‘pull out’ the spray. If the spout points downwards, then you ‘pull down’ to use the spray.
Kitchen faucets with professional sprays
For home chefs who are as serious about design as they are about product features, a kitchen faucet with a professional pull-down spray is the latest ‘must-have’ style for designer kitchens.
K7 faucet with professional spray
Admired for its semi-professional styling, the GROHE K7 collection is a modular range of kitchen faucets.
The eye-catching collection comprises every conceivable combination of faucet and spray: including a faucet with pull-out rinsing spray, professional spray and a side spray.
The professional spray and pull-out spray on our K7 kitchen faucets feature GROHE SpeedClean nozzles.
Just wipe the surface of the spray to clear any limescale deposits.
From rinsing salad leaves and delicate fruit to filling pots and pans, a dual-spray faucet is an indispensable work tool.
Two sprays to choose from
Our pull-out faucets feature two sprays: a wide, rinsing spray and a regular spray.
Easy switching between regular spray and wide spray
On kitchen faucets with a large rinsing spray, a rocker switch enables you to alternate between the wide spray and the regular mousseur spray. On smaller sprays, simply turn the faucet off to revert back to the regular flow.
Increase your work area
GROHE pull-out sprays have a reach of 40 – 50 cm depending on which faucet design you choose.
Enduring looks. Reliable performance
All GROHE pull-out kitchen faucets feature a robust steel hose to ensure pristine appearance no matter how often you use it. A spring below the sink guides the hose back into position after use.
LED suspended luminaire, 32W (chrome surface: 26W), »high color« LED for best color rendering or »high flux« LED for maximum luminous flux, dimmable (optional via integrated »touchless« control), optional continuous height adjustment
Also available as a surface-mounted luminaire with two (»Sento sospeso due«) or three pendulums (»Sento sospeso tre«) with integrated synchronised control.
optional, continuous adjustable suspension length, range 50-200 cm
»up« mounting with integrated converter for surface mounting (through-wiring optional), »flat« with flat box and remote converter or »trimless« for seamless recessed mounting with remote converter
double-sided light distribution, diverse inserts for a free choice of lighting and color effects (tool-free exchangeable), ø 123 mm
»touchless fading« – individual control of both light emitting sides with smooth fading between both sides (up-/downlight) using the full combined light power
Alison Brooks Architects (ABA) has been selected to design the latest Maggie’s Centre, at the edge of the Musgrove Park Hospital Grounds in Somerset, England. Known as Maggie’s Taunton, the project is a collaboration between ABA, Johanna Gibbons of JLH Landscape Architecture, and structural engineers Webb Yates.
Maggie’s is a charity that provides free practical, emotional, and social support for cancer patients and their families and friends. Considering architecture as a vital element of care, since 1996 the organization has commissioned a who’s who of contemporary practices to design their facilities, including Frank Gehry, OMA, Rogers Stirk Harbour, Steven Holl, and the late Zaha Hadid.
“We are so pleased to be bringing Maggie’s Centre to Taunton and are excited by the designs put forward by Alison Brooks and JLG Landscape Architecture,” said Maggie’s Chief Executive Laura Lee. “Great design and architecture are integral to what we do at Maggie’s as each and every one of our Centres is specifically designed to welcome people with cancer and offer them a place to seek practical advice, talk to other people with cancer or just to sit quietly with a cup of tea while awaiting appointments or results.”
“We’re honoured and delighted to be working with Maggie’s to design a new Centre in Taunton,” said Alison Brooks. “Our project will build on Maggie Keswick Jencks’ legacy of extraordinary and uplifting spaces for cancer patients and their families with creative working environments for the Maggie’s team. Taunton is in a beautiful part of Somerset and we hope our project, overlooking the Blackdown Hills, will make the most of this opportunity.”
Maggie’s Taunton does not yet have an expected date for completion. The commission represents Alison Brooks Architects’ first project in the health sector.