Two Handle Widespread Kitchen Faucet with Spray

Pilar®

Model#: 2480-RB-DST
2480-RB-DST is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 22.
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Finish: Venetian Bronze
List Price (US $): $613.45

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2480-RB-DST
$613.45

  • Water-Efficient
  • No-Lead Compliant
  • DIAMOND Seal Technology is less hassle to install and helps your faucet perform like new for life, reducing leak points and lasting twice as long as the industry standard
  • Everything you need is together in one convenient box, including integrated InnoFlex PEX supply lines
  • 4-hole 6-16" installation
  • Includes convenient side sprayer
  • ADA Compliant
  • High-arc spout swivels 180degrees

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Special Features

  • With Side Sprayer
  • ADA Compliant

Installation Information


4-hole 6"-16" installation


  • Flow Rate: 1.80 gpm @ 60 psi, 6.8 L/min @ 414 kPa
  • Spout Height: 13"
  • Spout Length: 10-1/2"
  • Deck to Outlet: 9-3/4"
  • Fittings Type: 3/8" compression fittings
  • Supply Lines: Included InnoFlex® Pex-C Supply Lines
  • Valve Type: DIAMOND Seal Valve
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Delta Pilar faucet This faucet was specifically chosen because it had a separate hot and cold water handle. It was installed in a kosher kitchen where the client specified two handles to make it easier for the Sabbath when hot water is not used. The faucet fulfilled this requirement while still fitting into the design scheme as a contemporary styled faucet. My client was extremely pleased with our choice.
Date published: 2018-08-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Splashes too much I have this faucet since January. Initially I liked the tall faucet and that it moved a lot from side to side. But this faucet splashes too much. Whenever I put anything under the flow, whether a high flow or low, the counter around the sink gets all wet. I'm pretty annoyed by it already.
Date published: 2018-07-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A couple of things The spout seems loose like it needs a gasket in the space between the base and the spout. The spout can wobble, even though the base is tight to the sink. The other thing is the water pressure is not as strong as with the previous faucet. Is there a flow restrictor in the spout?
Date published: 2018-03-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great look I have used my new faucet for two weeks now. Love how it all works with ease. It is so easy to keep clean.
Date published: 2017-12-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible faucet Terrible faucet. Hose connections can be a serious problem and cause the faucet not to stay in position when moved from one sink to another. I have a corner sink and when moving the faucet to the other side of the sink, the faucet just moves back to nearly its original position. Delta's solution was to unplug all hose connections and then plug them in again. This may have helped a little. Paid about $400 or so for it, so must keep it and put up with the problem. Just have to be patient when moving the faucet, sometimes when using a lot of hot water, the problem of moving is not as bad.
Date published: 2017-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very satisfied! We put this faucet in ourselves a week ago and so far are extremely happy with it. The handles turn very easily, so it's very easy to control how much hot and cold water come out. The faucet turns easily, too, so it's easy to get it to flow to any part of the sink. Our last Delta faucet was a single handle and difficult/tricky to control the hot-cold mix and strength of flow. The faucet itself didn't turn as far or as easily as this one. That might have been because there was a pull-down hose in it, but while that was convenient, the faucet took more effort to turn and to control the mix. We went back to the two-handle faucet style also partly because we wanted a way to turn the water on and off and control the flow with our wrists or elbows when our hands are sticky or have food on them. These handles work great for all of that. The height of the faucet makes the sink much roomier -- leaves more space to manipulate large pots and trays. If there are any negative issues that come up later, we'll report them in a review, but right now we're very happy with the function and design.
Date published: 2017-05-05
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Can the spout go in at the first position, the handles in #2 and #3?

Asked by: sophiesday
Hi, sophiesday! Thank you for your question. The Delta 2480-DST faucet handle can be side by side instead of one on each side of the spout assembly as long as the handles and spout are at 6"-16" installation. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: Delta Faucet
Date published: 2018-08-07

I installed the faucets backwards , the faucet opens out from the spout.is there a way to swap them without physically removing them? I have done this on a Chicago faucet by flipping over a part on top of the cartridge,is this possible with delta?

Asked by: Jim a
Hello Jim a, Thank you for your inquiry! We would advised repositioning the stem assemblies and quarter turn stops under the handles. Here are the a step by step walk thru on how to install each stem unit and 1/4 turn stop. I hope the information is helpful. Hot side ~ The stem unit will go into the valve with the raised white portion of the stem toward the spout. When you install the stem into the valve, you should notice 2 notches in the brass valve body. The stem unit will have a piece in each side that will fit into the notches. These notches should be facing the 3 and 9 o'clock position, if you imagine a clock face. With the stem installed in the valve, you will need to insert the 1/4 turn stop into the slot in the front of the stem unit. Now you will want to tighten down the bonnet nut that screws onto the valve body. Once the nut is hand tight, you might need to reposition the brass arm that is straight up and down on the stem unit. The flat part of this arm should be facing away from the spout. So it should be in the 9 o'clock position. You can rotate this arm by grabbing a hold of it and just twisting it. Once you have it in the 9 o'clock position, you should be able to reinstall the handle and tighten the setscrew. Now when you turn the handle, it should turn toward you. Cold side ~ The stem unit will go into the valve with the raised white part away from the spout. So if you image a clock, the white piece of the stem will be facing the 3 o'clock position. Again, the stem should fit into the two notches at the 3 and 9 o'clock position. The 1/4 turn stop will actually be installed the the back side of the stem. Once that is installed, you can tighten the bonnet nut over the valve and screw it down just hand tight. Grab a hold of the brass arm and twist it until the flat part is facing away from the spout. Again, it will be in the 3 o'clock position just like the white part of the stem. Once that is facing the correct direction, you should be able to install the handle and turn it toward you. Best regards, Tanya
Answered by: Tanya
Date published: 2018-05-29

Does the faucet swivel at the base, or is it stationary?

Asked by: Glenda
Hi, Glenda! Thank you for your question. The spout for the 2480-DST does swivel 180 degress. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: DeltaFaucet11
Date published: 2018-03-14

What stainless alloy is used in the stainless steel version of 2408-DST?

What stainless alloy is used in the stainless steel version of this Pilar faucet, 2480-DST? I have been reading about my new stainless steel sink, which is 304 (18/8) stainless steel and I am wondering if this is the same alloy, with its sensitivity to the chloride ion. I installed my faucet a few weeks ago and am quite pleased with it.
Asked by: DanVA
Dear DanVA, Thank you for your inquiry! Our Arctic Stainless finish is similar to a brushed soft satin finish. The faucet is not actually made of Stainless Steel. The spout, handles, and valve assemblies on the model 2480-DST are made of brass. Best regards, Tanya
Answered by: Tanya
Date published: 2017-10-09

What is the recommended spacing for the distance in between components of this faucet set? IE, handles to the faucet, to the sprayer.

I have to give the measurements to the granite manufacturer who is also installing the sink. It's described by Delta as "4-hole 6-16" installation". Is 6" the minimum recommended spacing between the trim components, IE, handle to spout to handle to sprayer? Thank you, Daryl
Asked by: Daryl
Dear Daryl, Thank you for your question. The Delta Pilar Kitchen 2480-AR-DST faucet is a 4-hole 6-16" installation. This measures from center of one handle to the center of the other. Please see Technical Specifications document below. https://media.deltafaucet.com/SpecSheet/DSP-K-2480-DST%20Rev%20D.pdf Best regards, Tanya
Answered by: Tanya
Date published: 2017-04-11

how do I remove the aerator to put in an adapter for a water filter?

Asked by: Lynne
Dear Lynne, Thank you for your inquiry. To remove the aerator from the Delta Pilar Kitchen 2480-RB-DST faucet, you would use the blue plastic wrench RP52217 to unscrew it. The wrench is shown on page 2 of the parts diagram of the below included document. https://media.deltafaucet.com/PartsDiagram/77539-PD%20Rev%20A.pdf Best regards, Tanya
Answered by: Tanya
Date published: 2017-03-18

what size set screw for a pilar 2480 dst faucet handles

Asked by: sobhre
Hi sobhre, Thank you for your question. The set screws will take a 3/32" Allen wrench. Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2016-12-05

Is there a model-appropriate plug to fill a hole in my countertop?

I hope to replace a 5-hole system that includes a spigot, two handles, a sprayer and a soap dispenser with the Pilar 4-hole system. Does Delta make a cover I can place in the fifth hole now drilled in my countertop? Or does Delta make a soap dispenser that aesthetically resembles the Pilar 2480 in Arctic Stainless?
Asked by: Mark
Hi Mark, Thank you for your question! We do manufacture a hole cover but not in the Arctic Stainless finish. The closest match would be the Brushed Nickel or Stainless Steel. The part number for the hole covers is RP52397BN and RP52397SS. We also manufacture a few Arctic Stainless soap dispensers. Below is a link to the soap dispensers: http://www.deltafaucet.com/kitchen/accessories/filter-results.html?finish=ar&sort=pricehighlow&type=type-kitacc-soapdispenser&function=kitchen-accessories Best regards, Brandis
Answered by: DeltaFaucet7
Date published: 2016-06-15
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