Single Handle Centerset Lavatory Faucet

Addison

Model#: 592-PT-DST
Addison Single Handle Centerset Lavatory Faucet is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 7.
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Finish: Aged Pewter
List Price (US $):
$318.20

BASE PARTS
592-PT-DST
$318.20
Recommended Replacement
Addison™
Single Handle Lavatory Faucet
Model#: 592-SS-DST

  • Water-Efficient
  • WaterSense® Labeled
  • Single Handle operation
  • Optional escutcheon for centerset mounting included
  • Features water efficient aerator
  • Available in chrome, Aged Pewter, Brilliance® Stainless or Venetian Bronze®

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Special Features

  • ADA Compliant

Installation Information


1 or 3-hole 4" installation


  • Escutcheon: Optional Escutcheon Included
  • Flow Rate: 1.50 gpm @ 60 psi, 5.7 L/min @ 414 kPa
  • Spout Height: 10-1/4"
  • Spout Length: 5-1/16"
  • Fittings Type: 3/8" O.D. inlets or WF = 1/2" IPS
  • Drain Type: Metal pop-up
  • Supply Lines: Included InnoFlex® Pex-C Supply Lines
  • Valve Type: DIAMOND Seal Valve
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Delta Addison Single Handle Lavatory Faucet I bought this product several months ago. I liked the design but the stainless spots unless wiped dry after each use! Why even make this finish!
Date published: 2018-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the look and function I'm really pleased with the appearance and function of this faucet. Customer support has been easy to reach and most helpful with my few questions concerning installation.
Date published: 2017-09-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from drain stopper is very difficult to operate We just installed two of the Addison Delta faucets with a new quartz countertop and back splashes. Because of the stopper design and the natural thickness of the quartz backsplash, it is very difficult to pull the stopper. The problem seems to be the proximity of the stopper to the backsplash and also the sleek, flat, slanted shape of the very top of the stopper. It is very hard to get a hold of. What can you offer as a solution to the problem?
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Corrosion, Quick Cartridge Failure This product should not be sold. The brass is beautiful to look at on day one. But on day 2, if any drop of water is allowed to sit on the faucet it corrodes in less than 12 hours. Getting the corrosion stain off requires significant effort. Now, if the valve cartridge fails, as in our case, after only 15 months, water leaks from the ball valve (which really is not a ball valve anymore). It seeps out and overnight drips onto the base and begins to corrode. So in the morning, you find this corrosion stain and have to work like the dickens with a scratchy back sponge and a ton of elbow grease to remove the corrosion stain. God forbid that you do not get to this stain right away. I would definitely not recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice faucet This is a nice faucet. My trouble was with the store I bought the faucets from. I bought 4 identical faucets from a local company that sells kitchen cabinets, countertops, fixtures, faucets, etc. I asked for a plate for 2 of the 4 identical faucets that I ordered. I was charged an additional $40.00 per plate. When I got the boxes home I found each box had a plate included in the model 592-DST I ordered. I contacted the local store I ordered the faucets from and told them I wanted to be refunded for the 2 extra plates they ordered and they insisted that the plates were extra. After several phone calls I went to the store and showed them the box and specifications that showed the faucet plates were included. They did credit me for the 2 extra faucet plates but they said the other 2 plates belonged to another order and I was tired of arguing and gave them back the 2 plates that I still believe were mine. I really feel ripped off and feel like the store I shopped with doesn't know the Delta product they are selling.
Date published: 2016-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is an excellent product. This is an excellent product how ever I have the same problem with the back splash not allowing the drain to be able to close off the water in order to fill the bowl partway. I would also like the work around, maybe it is better than what I am doing now. I have two of these in my bathroom and would love to be able to use the drain pop up.
Date published: 2016-01-18
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Will it hurt the brushed nickel to put a light oil on it to protect from spotting and deposits?

We have hard water and I would like to protect my fixtures with a light oil.
Asked by: Carla
Hi Carla, Thank you for your question. We recommend blotting the faucet dry after use to prevent water spots and mineral buildup. You can also use a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water to remove spots and finger prints. You may apply Pledge furniture polish on Chrome or Brilliance finishes for a water-resistant surface. Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2017-06-06

how do I get the stopper out & retrieve something that fell in?

Asked by: Ann
Dear Ann, Thank you for your question. If a stopper does not lift straight out, it is being held in by the horizontal rod. Behind the drain pipe under the sink is a horizontal rod connected to the lift rod via the strap. The horizontal rod is held in place by a nut. Remove the nut and pull the horizontal rod straight away from the pipe about an inch. The stopper should now come free of the drain. Best regards, Tanya
Answered by: Tanya
Date published: 2017-01-09

What size hole should be drilled in countertop for Delta Faucet Model# 592-SS-DST?

Asked by: Sue
Hi Sue, Thanks for your question. The hole should be 1 1/8" - 1 1/2" in diameter. Please refer to the Technical Specifications for more information. https://media.deltafaucet.com/SpecSheet/DSP-L-592-DST%20Rev%20D.pdf Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2016-12-20

what the dimension of the hole to be drilled for this faucet?

Asked by: JosephGM
Dear JosephGM, Thank you for your inquiry! The technical specifications for the Delta Addison Lavatory 592-RB-DST faucet, list the hole size as 1 1/8"-1 1/2" (29-38 mm). https://media.deltafaucet.com/SpecSheet/DSP-L-592-DST%20Rev%20D.pdf Best regards, Tanya
Answered by: Tanya
Date published: 2016-10-19

If a faucet model comes with a pop-up drain, is there any way to get the same model but without the pop-up drain?

The sink I am using has a grid drain, so the pop-up drain that comes with most of the lavatory faucets is not needed. Can I get the same model but without the pop-up drain?
Asked by: Bobby
Hi, Bobby! Thank you for your question. The faucet, 592-DST, is only available with a pop-up drain assembly. There isn't an option without the pop-up drain assembly. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: Rosanna
Date published: 2016-07-21

I need a plug button for the opening behind my Addison bathroom sink single lever faucet.

The single hole drilled in my two granite vanities is too close to the sink and too close to the backsplash to change location for faucet, resulting in the lift rod for sink stopper to work. Moen offers a plug button for the lift rod hole in rear of their single faucets. I liked the Addison style over the Moen models. I noticed that over a year ago Ron had the same question. Surely it wouldn't be a great technological issue to create this plug button for customers such as ourselves instead of leaving a non functioning lever in rear of faucet, confusing people using the sink.
Asked by: tngal2
Hi Tngal2, Thank you for your question! At this time we do not manufacture a hole cover for the lift rod opening on the 592-DST faucet. My recommendation is to order a push pop drain and leave the lift rod in for decorative purposes. Best regards, Brandis
Answered by: DeltaFaucet7
Date published: 2016-07-18

What are the dimensions (length, max. width) of the escutcheon?

Asked by: ct
Hi ct, Thank you for your question. The escutcheon plate is 5 3/4" long and 2 1/2" front to back. Technical Specifications: http://www.deltafaucet.com/customersupport/documentation/592-dst.html?document=ts&fromDetailArea=bath&documentIndex=0#flashWrapper Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2016-05-31

I have a delta faucet 592-DST, does delta make an adaptor for the lift rod to compensate for the rod being too close to the back splash?

Asked by: Michael
Hi Michael, Thank you for your question! There is not an adapter for the lift rod for the 592-DST . The minimum clearance for all of our faucets is 2 1/2". I recommend using a push pop drain such as the 72173 and just leaving the lift rod in the faucet for a decorative look. Best regards, Brandis
Answered by: DeltaFaucet7
Date published: 2016-04-08
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