INDIANAPOLIS
–  Delta Faucet offers two styles of Beverage faucets to match almost any kitchen décor. The traditional and transitional styles were designed with convenience in mind so homeowners can easily coordinate the Beverage faucet with an existing kitchen faucet.

 

Beverage faucets provide a stylish outlet for filtered water or cold water taps. The metal body faucets featuring DIAMOND™ Seal Technology with InnoFlex® PEX supply lines are compatible with virtually any water filtration system, including Reverse Osmosis (RO) water filtration systems. They are also fitted for standard plumbing supply lines, making them easy to install.

 

Homeowners, especially those with reverse osmosis systems, no longer have to sacrifce style with an unflattering water tap, said Josh Feldman, Delta brand product manager. “No matter the finish or style of your kitchen faucet, there is a Delta brand Beverage faucet to coordinate.”

 

About Beverage Faucets:

 

Integrated Air Gap

The Beverage faucets ship with a stylish, optional air gap for Reverse Osmosis (RO) system applications to meet certain state or local code requirements.

 

Multiple Functions

The Beverage faucets can be utilized as a stylish option for a RO system, filter faucet or cold water tap.

 

DIAMOND™ Seal Technology

DIAMOND Seal Technology combines a durable DIAMOND™ Valve with InnoFlex® PEX waterways. The valve requires no lubrication, eliminates wear on seals, and ensures “like new” operation for the life of the faucet, lasting up to 10 times the industry standard.[1] The InnoFlex waterways eliminate potential leak points and are less hassle to install. Water does not come in contact with metal surfaces once inside the faucet, meeting all current and upcoming state and national lead free legislation.[2]

 

Variety of finishes available

The Beverage faucets will be available in Chrome, Arctic™ Stainless, Brilliance® Stainless, Champagne Bronze™ and Venetian Bronze® finishes.


[1] Standard based on ASME 112.18.1 of 500,000 cycles

 

[2] California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953) and Vermont Law No. 193 (S152), as well as other current and upcoming state and national legislation, mandate that the weighted average lead content in pipes, fittings and fixtures used to convey drinking water cannot exceed 0.25% on wetted surfaces.