AG170-027 Plastic Decorative Cap (Brushed Stainless Steel Coating) for AG200-XXX series air gaps
❤ Brushed Stainless Steel coating matches kitchen faucets and improves kitchen aesthetics. The surface matches both the texture and sheen of existing appliances. The Brushed Stainless Steel coating is deposited on the copper substrate of the plastic cap to assure permanent adhesion. This product will withstand years of cleaning and washing. The metalized coating will not rust, dull, or diminish in quality.
❤ Brushed Stainless Steel coating is designed to match your kitchen appliances. It also matches well with Brushed Nickel faucets as they are typically very similar if surface appearance and sheen.
❤ This decorative cap uses durable plastic capable of withstanding hot water and mild soaps. It is spot resistant and will not tarnish or discolor with time.
❤ The AG170-027 fits all Amerigap dishwasher and reverse osmosis air gap units. Additional colors are available to match your kitchen decor.
The AG170-027 is a plastic decorative cap for dishwasher air gaps. The AG170-027 plastic decorative cap replaces the default Polished Chrome decorative cap on the following Amerigap® dishwasher air gaps: AG200-004, AG200-005 and AG200-006.
This decorative cap provides a more aesthetically pleasing look in the kitchen. Many homeowners prefer this cap to match the kitchen appliances, including designer faucets. The AG170-027 plastic cap has a durable PVD coating that resists scratching, fading, and aging. The Stainless Steel coating is deposited on a copper substrate of the plastic cap to provide durable and long-lasting surface quality. The AG170-027 is easy to install and remove for cleaning air gaps. AG170-027 is the only decorative cap to comply with UPC standards applicable to dishwasher air gaps. It is tested with AG200-004, AG200-005 and AG200-006 to pass both UPC and IPC testing. This cap is also tested for compliance with NSF standard.
The AG17-027 is less expensive than a solid brass version. The PVD coating process permanently attaches coating to plastic surface and provides years of trouble-free operation.
To clean your new decorative cap, use mild soap and a soft sponge. Do not use any abrasives or abrasive sponges as they may leave permanent scratches and will damage the protective surface.