Krowne - 12-812L - 8 in Wall Mount Faucet w/ 12 in Spout

SKU: 14112
Price: $66.99/EA
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8 in Wall Mount Faucet w/ 12 in Spout Features

  • Standard wall mount faucet
  • Low lead compliant
  • 8 in centers
  • 12 in spout
  • 1/2 in pipe size
  • Inlet couplings adjust for minor pipe center variations
  • NSF certified to standard 61
  • For standard duty use
  • Replaces 12-812
  • AB1953 Compliant: Yes
  • Hands Free Operation: No
  • Mount Size: 8” Centers
  • Mount Type: Wall Mount
  • Spout Length: 12 in
  • Spout Type: Swing






Great product, great ...


Great product, great price easy to install would highly recommend this product

Greg S

Palmerton, Pa

8 in Wall Mount Faucet w/ 12 in Spout

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What kind of faucet washers does it use?

Kathleen M

This Krowne Wall Mount Faucet uses a standard flat rubber 1/2-inch washer.


This faucet takes 1/2'' NPT washers.

Community Answer

do i need to buy the brass wall mount faucet installation kit with this product? it is # 14112, 8" wall mount faucet with 12" spout. What accessories


Thanks for checking with Tundra Restaurant Supply to ensure our product meets your needs. There are two install kits that work with this faucet, Tundra number 13447 and 13435. Links are provided below for your convenience. If this is a replacement faucet, there may already be mounts attached to the existing plumbing. If this is a new addition, the faucet mounts to the wall exterior and the install kits connects the interior wall plumbing to the faucet wall connections on the exterior.


how to get leak stoped? what washers do i need? can not get supply at connection to stop dripping. ihave changed washers .several different matter how loose or tight the connection . i still am getting a drip . this fixture was already here when i got here


Check the connection for cracks and make sure the old washer has been removed from inside the fittings. Try using Teflon tape or pipe dope on the connection to seal the leak. Without knowing exactly where the leak is I can not recommend any parts.


It probably is cracked or defective,replace the faucet.

flush Gordon