Delta® pressure-balance valves use Monitor® Technology to protect you and your family from sudden temperature changes. Chrome has rapidly become one of the most popular finishes across décor styles in the bath thanks to its stunning gloss and innate versatility. Paired with crisp lines and bright whites, it creates a bold, modern contrast, but it works equally well with vintage styles and traditional spaces to convey a hint of nostalgia. Delta WaterSense labeled faucets, showers and toilets use at least 20% less water than the industry standard-saving you money without compromising performance.
- Monitor ®: Delta Monitor ® faucets feature pressure balance valves, which protect against sudden temperature or pressure changes to keep the water in the shower within a safe 3.6° F.
- ADA Compliant: Some people, and some local codes, require fixtures that are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If someone may visit who has special needs, or if you believe future buyers might appreciate this feature, Delta offers a range of compliant fixtures.
- Monitor pressure balance valve keeps water temperature within a safe +/-3degrees F (+/-1.6degrees C), helping to protect you from sudden changes in hot or cold water pressure
- Complete unit includes trim and MultiChoice Universal Valve with rough-in
- Easy to clean, Touch-Clean ® shower head with full spray function. 5 1/2" long pull-up diverter tub spout for added shower convenience.
- ADA Compliant
- WaterSense ® labeled shower heads use at least 20% less water than the industry standard without compromising performance
||2.00 gpm @ 80 psi, 7.6 L/min @ 550 kPa
||Single-function pressure balance cartridge
Tub / Shower Faucets
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