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by Lisa Ward

Updated on: 12/23/2020

Product Overview

This commercial sink faucet is made by Moen, one of the most well-known manufacturers of kitchen and bathroom fixtures. This Align model provides an elegant profile combined with the strength and durability of a commercial faucet. The sprayer has two different spray types. The first is a standard aerated stream that is used for everyday use. The second spray is a powerful rinse with Moen’s patented Power Clean system that provides a concentrated spray with less splashing and up to 50% more cleaning power than other faucets.

This faucet comes in four different finishes. It is available in Black Chrome, Polished Chrome, Matte Black, and Stainless Steel with a spot resistant finish. It offers a conservative 1.5 gallons per minute flowrate that is in full compliance with all state and federal water conservation regulations. The spray head is affixed to the faucet and is not a pull-down sprayer.

This is a single handle model and controls the temperature and spray volume. Pulling it toward and away from you will change the temperature. Pulling it away from the faucet base will turn the spray on and off. The flow is controlled by a Duralast ceramic disc valve cartridge to provide years of leak-free performance.

The faucet has a total height of 22-1/2 inches from the mounting deck to the top of the spring arch. The spout has a clearance of 8-3/4 inches from the deck and a reach of 10 inches from the center of the faucet body to the outlet. This is a single-hole mounted faucet, but Moen does sell an optional escutcheon that can be used to mount this faucet in a three-hole system.

Kitchen sink faucets from Moen have a limited lifetime warranty. This means that as long as you, the original purchaser, owns the home that the faucet is installed in, the faucet is guaranteed to be leak and drip-free. If the faucet does start to leak, then Moen will provide the parts needed to repair the faucet back to working condition. Any decorative finishes are only warranted for one year.

Moen 5923 Align One-Handle Pre-Rinse Spring Pulldown Kitchen Faucet with Power Clean, Chrome

Moen 5923

  • Versatile
  • Power Boost Technology
  • Easy to install
  • Available with TouchlessTechnology

4 Things to Know Before You Install Your New Faucet

When you have purchased your new kitchen faucet, you have a decision to make. You can either have your faucet professionally installed, or you can install it yourself. While manufacturers will always recommend professional installation, there’s no reason you can’t do it yourself with a little preparation and some DIY’er know how. But before you get started, here are three vital things you should make sure you know.

  1. Find the Water Cutoff – This is the first thing you should know. You’re going to need to turn off the water before you install your new faucet. But go further than just knowing where the valves are underneath your sink. Locate the primary water shutoff for your home as well. You may need to replace the valves, especially if your home is older and has 1/2-inch waterlines installed.
  2. Read the Manual – Before you sit down in front of your sink, read the manual and make sure you know where everything goes. While it may seem simple; you just attach the water lines and screw the faucet in, modern faucets have a bit more to it than that. Make sure you know where every part in your kit goes and that you know what waterline attaches where. One of the most frustrating things is connecting everything and then having hot water come out when you want cold.
  3. Get the Right Tools – Installing a new kitchen faucet will probably require more than just a set of pliers and a screwdriver. One of the most common tools that you’ll need that likely isn’t in your toolbox is a basin wrench. This wrench is essentially a long skinny wrench that lets you access the nuts in the cramped spaces between the sink and the wall. You may not require one if there’s enough clearance or your kitchen faucet kit includes one.
  4. Remove Your Aerator – After you’ve done your installation and before you turn the water on for the first time, remove the aerator from your faucet. That’s because all the banging around will often dislodge buildup inside your supply lines. Those bits of mineral and debris will be rinsed out as soon as you turn on the water. Removing the aerator prevents clogging and damage. Let the water run for a few minutes and then turn it off and reinstall the aerator.


When shopping for the best commercial kitchen faucet, being able to compare features is one of the best ways to decide between two different models. We list the features here so you can easily compare and contrast our different unbiased reviews.

  • 1.5 gpm flowrate
  • Four different finishes available
    • Black Stainless Steel
    • Polished Chrome
    • Matte Black
    • Spot Resistant Stainless Steel
  • Duralast ceramic disc valve cartridge system
  • Single-hole mount
    • Escutcheon available separately for three-hole installation
  • Spout Clearance: 8.75 inches
  • Spout Reach: 10 inches
  • Hose Length: 68 inches
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty


This Moen faucet provides a mix of value and quality for your home. A patented Spot Resist finish means that your faucet will resist fingerprints as well as water spots and hard water scale. The spout opening is an easy clean system that wipes clean with a damp cloth. If you aren’t certain that this faucet is the best one for you, take the chance to look at our other nonbiased reviews and buying guides. Let us help you make your shopping and purchase decision as easy as possible.

About the author

Lisa Ward is the owner and main author of Sink and Faucet. She has a degree in marketing and a passion for home design and architecture. When she is not working, you might find her doing home improvements at her own house, reading, or flipping through home design magazines at her favorite coffee house.