“Before introducing a pull-out option on our Trinsic™ collection, the Delta® brand only offered this faucet configuration in traditional or transitional styles,” said Ryan Wilson, director of Delta product marketing. “Now, with the addition of a new pull-out design, the Trinsic collection gives homeowners ultimate flexibility to choose a faucet to fit their décor, without worrying about space restrictions.”
About the Trinsic™ Kitchen Collection:
- Touch2O® Technology
- Touch2O Technology is available on Delta® Trinsic pull-down faucet models.
- Touch2O Technology makes it easier to turn on the water flow when hands are messy or turn off the water when it is not needed between tasks, helping to save water. A simple tap on the handle or spout stops and starts the flow of water.
- A blue LED light indicates when Touch2O Technology is engaged, and turns red when the batteries need to be replaced.
- 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. 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.
- MagnaTite® docking
- Delta Faucet‘s exclusive MagnaTite docking intuitively engages the spray head to its docked position with a powerful magnet, helping to keep the faucet and kitchen looking neat and orderly.
- Coordinating Bar/Prep faucet with optional Touch2O Technology
- Variety of finishes
- The Trinsic collection is available in Chrome, Arctic® Stainless and Matte Black finishes. Pull-down kitchen and bar/prep faucets are also offered in Champagne Bronze™ finish.
 Based on ASME 112.18.1 standard of 500,000 cycles.
 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.