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    I have 4 faucets from the water panel and a sink with a mixer with the hot side direct from the heater and the cold from the water panel.
    Gary Beasley

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    No matter how many faucets you install, I would "stub out" from the hot and from the cold for future use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgb74
    No matter how many faucets you install, I would "stub out" from the hot and from the cold for future use.
    good idea!

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    2. One in the sink and one in the bathtub. Three if the toilet counts
    [COLOR=Blue][FONT=Georgia]Jim Anderson[/FONT][/COLOR]

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    Faucets are cheap so don't skimp. I have 5 hose bib type faucets fastened along the underside of a shelf above my 12' sink. Each has a brass quick-coupler device I got at HD. The pipe between is PVC. The 20x24" print washer stays attached to the one at the right end. When printing 11x14 or smaller I attach an old East Street washer to the next faucet to the left. Next to the left is a tray-type washer for an initial print rinse... All of the hose bibs get regular use (though not all at once).

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    20' (12'/8') of sink, 5 valves in total coming off the two PVC lines. Each valve has a length of rubber tubing that varies in length up to about 3' so I can direct water anywhere in the sink.

    The PVC line has a Hass temperature controller at the head. I also have a single dedicated hot/cold faucet.
    Cheers!

    -klm.

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    My sink is 10' x 30" x 5.5". I have a standard kitchen faucet in the middle, and after the filter/temp unit a 4 outlet manifold (from Harbor Freight), each port with its own valve and a tubing connector, one with a hose for washing film, and connections for the print washers.

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    I have a 10' sink with four water outlets. Two are Powers thermo-valves, one of which is permanently attached to the print washers, and the other I use primarily for mixing chemicals. The other two are mixing faucets. On one of these I have a kitchen spray hose that's very useful for cleaning my hands after they've been in solutions, cleaning up the sink and other wet-side item, etc.

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    Two faucets for an eight foot sink. Later as I added more water use equipment I got one of these four way splitters. I found mine at Home Depot. Whiteymorange suggested here.
    http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ct...temnumber=90955. Design for what you need, plus, and remember that these exist if your plans grow over time.

    John Powers

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    I have an 8 foot sink and a separate cart for a 20 x 24 print washer. I have 3 outlets fed by a Hass Intellifaucet. Wish I had one more.
    Jerold Harter MD

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