BOSJÖN faucet in stainless steel helps lower water- and energy-use – so you can lower your bills too. The quality is guaranteed to outlast many years of pouring, washing and rinsing.
10-year Limited Warranty. Read about the terms in the Limited Warranty brochure.
The faucet insert has hard, durable ceramic discs that can handle the high friction that occurs when you change the temperature of the water.
The handle sits on top of the faucet, making it easy for you to reach when turning the water on or off.
An aerator integrated in the faucet keeps the water flow just right while less water and energy is used.
Water and energy saving aerator (1.5 gal/min.) for high-pressure systems included.
Connection hoses with 9/16" connection included. Length: 13¾".
A tool is included that makes it easy to install the faucet in place.
Max. temperature hot water connection 80°C/176°F. Recommended temperature is 65°C/149°F.
Spare parts are available to prolong the life of your product. For more information, contact IKEA Customer Services at your IKEA store or IKEA.com.
To be mounted in a 1⅜" hole in a max. 1⅝" thick sink/countertop.
If you are uncertain about the installation, contact a professional. The installation shall be made in accordance with valid local building and plumbing regulations.
Swivel spout 120°.
Stainless steel, Metallized
Do not use scouring-powder, steel wool, hard or sharp tools which can scratch the surface.
Wipe clean with a soft cloth dampened with water and a mild dish detergent or soap, if necessary.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Tested and certified according to applicable codes and standards including: ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1, NSF 61 and NSF 372.This faucet is for use on high pressure water systems. Tested to work with a max. pressure of 10 bar (1000 kPa). Recommended working pressure range is 1.0 – 5.0 bar (100 kPa – 500 kPa).
Third party certified according to local standards by
Height: 12 ½ "
BOSJÖNKitchen faucetArticle Number904.574.05
Width: 9 "
Height: 2 ¼ "
Length: 21 ¼ "
Weight: 3 lb 16 oz
Great design.LeeSupply lines too short to connect to water supply.4
Love this faucet, so smart!rubles123Just put in our new Ikea kitchen and went with the Bosjon faucet. Looks sleek, good range of motion to hit all areas of sink (just barely gets water to small sink on 1 1/2 sink when centered), and best of all the control at the end of the faucet prevents the dreaded drips on the counter! So nice to be able to control the flow above the sink and not have to wipe the counter down after every use. Also, a more kid-friendly faucet with a control they can actually reach (when standing on a stool). Five stars all around. The stainless steel finish is not really stainless though, so does require maintenance to keep clean and spotless. Pro-tip: for installation you'll need to buy a converter so you can connect a 3/8 hose...this was tricky to figure out at first since the water hoses are too short to connect to water supply and have a female end.5
Very attractive and easy to controlGCooperHave had for about 2 months and so far has been excellent. So easy to control and is one of the most attractive faucets I have seen.5
Saving water at every step
Every time you rinse salad, fill a kettle or wash dishes, you're helping with something essential—saving water. How? Thanks to the small aerator in every IKEA kitchen faucet that reduces water flow while maintaining pressure. We didn't invent aerators, but think they are an important example of how we can work together to save water for everyone's benefit.
Four years ago, we started a project to improve our faucets and knew we needed more expertize. That's when we hired Antony Smith, an engineer from England who has worked with faucets for more than a decade. Now he lives in Sweden and is part of a small team that develops faucets and showers for IKEA. Like every new employee, Antony read founder Ingvar Kamprad's Testament of a Furniture Dealer. In it, Ingvar writes 'wasting resources is a mortal sin at IKEA.' This helped Antony understand how much we care about water and how his job is just one step in our larger approach to sustainability.
A company-wide dedication
"When I got to IKEA, I realized we practice what we preach about sustainability," Antony says. "It's a refreshing experience, but it makes our job really difficult because we genuinely have to deliver on sustainability with each product." So why is conserving water so important? Because water is one of our planet's most precious resources. Earth may be covered in a lot of water, but very little of it is drinkable and even less is accessible. No organism can survive without it, and no new water is created. It's constantly recycled, but our freshwater supply is overused; not evenly distributed; and impacted by pollution, contamination and climate change.
A water-conscious commitment
IKEA values the quality and quantity of water so much that we are committed to being water positive by 2020. One aspect is finding simple ways for people to conserve water. Aerators are a step we took long before our water commitment, but Antony and his team are working hard on new water saving faucets using sensors or spray technology. Behind the scenes, there's more to our commitment than what we develop for kitchens. Our initiative also includes exploring ways to improve water efficiency across the whole product process, whether it’s at our suppliers, distribution centers or stores. It can mean providing factory workers and their families with fresh drinking water, ensuring all factory water is cleaned before release, reducing water usage in textile production or using rainwater to flush toilets in stores. "We make things hard on ourselves for good reasons, Antony says."
An every-bit-counts belief
See why the aerator in your kitchen faucet is a small part of our bigger effort to conserve water? "Some people who live where you can just turn on your faucet and get water may not really think about saving water; it's taken for granted," Antony says. But he and his team think about water at every step. It's part of creating a positive impact on people and the planet. We think every water-saving action adds up and thank you for helping with your kitchen mixer faucet!
What is stainless steel?
Stainless steel is found in everything from building structures and cars to sinks and knives. It’s easy to see why it has so many uses. Stainless steel is hard and durable and has good resistance to corrosion – namely rust. It generally has a low nickel content, and for IKEA products we mainly use stainless steel that’s nickel-free. Like many other metals, it can be recycled again and again to become new, hardwearing items – without losing its valuable properties.