Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet

Trinsic®

Model#: 9159-CZ-DST
Trinsic Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 44.
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Finish: Champagne Bronze
List Price (US $):
$565.75

BASE PARTS
9159-CZ-DST
$565.75
CONFIGURABLE PARTS

  • Water-Efficient
  • No-Lead Compliant
  • MagnaTite Docking uses a powerful integrated magnet to snap your faucet spray wand precisely into place and hold it there so it stays docked when not in use and doesn't droop over time
  • Soft, rubber Touch-Clean spray holes allow you to easily wipe away calcium and lime build-up with the touch of a finger
  • 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
  • 1 or 3-hole 8" installation
  • Optional escutcheon available for purchase separately
  • ADA Compliant
  • High-arc pull-down swivels 360degrees
  • 54 in. long hose provides outstanding reach

Installation Information


1 or 3-hole 6" or 8" installation


  • Escutcheon: Optional Escutcheon Available
  • Flow Rate: 1.80 gpm @ 60 psi, 6.8 L/min @ 414 kPa
  • Spout Height: 15-11/16"
  • Spout Length: 9-1/2"
  • Deck to Outlet: 8-7/16"
  • Fittings Type: 3/8" compression fittings
  • Deck Thickness: 2.5"
  • Supply Lines: Included InnoFlex® Pex-C Supply Lines
  • Valve Type: Euromotion DIAMOND Valve
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Meets my expectations... I waited about a month to write this review. I know that sometimes I get caught up in the euphoria of any new purchase. Well, first of all, this is just a faucet, but a faucet we use dozens of times per day. It replaced a 25 year old "not" Delta kitchen faucet. I still remember the pain of the installation 25 years ago. This Delta faucet was so simple to install that it took me longer to remove the old one than to install this one. Also we were changing the configuration of our sink and removing the old separate sprayer and replacing it with a small filtered water faucet. I was concerned about compatibility with the plumbing for the Delta, but again everything went perfectly. Now the functionality - it took 5 minutes to become acclimated to the magnetic retainer for the sprayer the sprayer control and the new handle. The finish is very nice and the workmanship perfect. If there is one compliant it does take longer for the hot water to arrive at the faucet since this one has a lot lower flow rate than the old one. The hot water supply is a about 30 feet of plumbing from this faucet. Overall I have high standards for items like this since it is expensive but so far it has met my expectations.
Date published: 2018-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great faucet I bought this faucet to replace one from another manufacturer. This faucet is great. Easy to install.
Date published: 2018-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Faucet Works as advertised!
Date published: 2018-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great function Great lines As always, a great Delta product surpassed only by their customer service!
Date published: 2018-02-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Leaking faucet! Avoid at all cost Avoid at all cost. There is a design flaw in this faucet. Many reviewers are experiencing the same problem. The pvc pipe and pull-out pipe will leak and you don't even notice that because all those things are behind your sink. We didn't catch that until my kitchen floor is damaged by water. In addition to that the pull out sprout magnets are also lose. You have to tilt it in certain angel to avoid pulling the other piece of magnets out of the hose (which suppose to stay in the hose all the time). Total junk for hundreds of dollars. I won't trust delta product anymore.
Date published: 2018-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks Great Works Great Especially like the single lever on the side. Easy to get to and compact range of motion.
Date published: 2017-11-14
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Is there a similar faucet that is available with a 1.5 gpm flowrate? My project has water usage restrictions.

Asked by: DMeng
Hello DMeng, Thank you for your question. The three Delta Kitchen Pull-Out/Down faucets with a 1.5 GPM at 60 PSI are models 9192-DST, 4153-DST and 4353-DST. https://media.deltafaucet.com/SpecSheet/DSP-K-19992-SD-DST%20Rev%20B.pdf https://media.deltafaucet.com/SpecSheet/DSP-K-4153-DST%20Rev%20C.pdf https://media.deltafaucet.com/SpecSheet/DSP-K-4353-SD-DST%20Rev%20B.pdf Best regards, Tanya
Answered by: Tanya
Date published: 2018-05-15

Hi there! I installed my delta faucet and the water flow both hot and cold water are low, tried with anothe faucet and flow water runs faster, is there some adjustment or something I can do to fix it? Thanks a lot!

Asked by: CH335
Hi, CH335! Thank you for your question. I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing low flow from your faucet. Over time, common water debris will settle in the house supply lines. Anytime the water is shut off to a portion of the home, this debris can become dislodged and will move through the pipes to be caught by a faucet. Local construction or the changing of the seasons can also cause this. Flushing the supply lines through the unit should remedy this situation. To flush the unit, we recommend the following: Start with the easy stuff: Remove your aerator, wand or hose to check the flow through the unit without that part installed. If the flow is good, the piece you’ve removed is where the issue is. Soaking the part in a 50/50 mixture of white vinegar and water could help remove any particles or debris blocking the flow. If the water does not have a good flow, the problem could be in the faucet. Next, check the supply lines for debris: Turn the supply off to both the hot and cold-water lines. Once off, turn the handle on the faucet to the on position and leave it there to bleed the lines of any excess water. Next, disconnect the hot water supply line and place it inside of a bucket. Once the line is securely positioned into the bucket, turn on the cold-water supply. Since the handle was left in the on position, the water will flow up the cold supply line, through the faucet cartridge and back down the hot water line into the bucket. Leave this flowing for at least 30 seconds. After flushing, reconnect the hot water line and repeat this process with the cold-water line to ensure all particles have been removed from both supplies. If you need further help with this process, please contact us directly and we can walk you through the procedure. We are available at 800-345-3358 (prompt 2, then 3), Monday through Friday, 8am to 8pm and Saturday, 9am to 6pm CST. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: DeltaFaucet11
Date published: 2018-05-10

Is there a particular cleaning product I should use so as not to damage the finish? I have the brass/champagne bronze finish.

Asked by: Becca
Hi there Becca, Thank you for your inquiry! A comprehensive list of cleaners is impossible to recommend because of the variety of materials that are a part of our many models of faucets. What may be fine for a spout may damage a handle. To clean, simply wipe gently with a damp cloth and blot dry with a soft towel. Stubborn hard water spots are best avoided by this daily regime. If extra measure is needed, a solution of 50% white vinegar (never Apple vinegar) could be used by wiping, spraying or soaking. Caution: Vinegar can permanently damage porous rock surfaces such as granite or limestone countertops. Use extreme care if such a surface is in the vicinity. To soak a faucet or part still on a faucet: 1. Mix white vinegar and tap water to a half and half proportion. 2. Put a rag or towel in the solution to soak it up. 3. Wrap the rag or towel around the part. 4. Let sit for up to an hour or so. 5. Use the rag or a clean, soft toothbrush to scrub the remaining hard water buildup. o Avoid harsh abrasives or polish o Avoid bleach-based cleaners o Avoid industrial cleaners and abrasive cleaners, such as those used for toilet bowls, green Scotch-Brite heavy duty scrub sponges, Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom Cleaner and Lysol Basin Tub, Soft Scrub, and Tile Cleaner. o Avoid products that state on the label that they remove tarnish and rust, and those containing hydrofluoric, hydrochloric and/or phosphoric acids and caustic agents. o Because cleaning formulas can change without notice, Delta Faucet Company does not endorse any specific cleaner. Best regards, Tanya
Answered by: Tanya
Date published: 2018-05-07

Is the spray head metal or plastic? 

Asked by: Joselyne
Thank you for your question, Joselyne! The sprayer assembly is non-metallic. Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2018-04-30

Once the 54" hose that it comes with is installed, how much of that hose can be extended from the faucet? If I substitute it with the 62" hose, are you saying that it will only extend 18-22" from the faucet? I am looking for a faucet that has approx. 24" 

Asked by: CMMH
Hi CMMH! Thank you for your inquiry and I apologize for any confusion. With a 62" hose installed, the total length of the pullout hose from the spout will be approximately 22", however, including the wand attached, total length is 24". Best regards, Edward
Answered by: DeltaFaucet234
Date published: 2018-04-11

Does anyone know the how far the hand spray extends? I'm looking for one that extends at least 24".

Asked by: CMMH
Once the 54" hose that it comes with is installed, how much of that hose can be extended from the faucet? If I substitute it with the 62" hose, are you saying that it will only extend 18-22" from the faucet? I am looking for a faucet that has approx. 24" extension to reach cooktop next to sink. Thank you.
Answered by: CMMH
Date published: 2018-04-11

We have one of these faucets installed in our office and recently the flow on the hot water side is greatly reduced almost to a trickle. The hot water supply valve is wide open. Please advise as to the best option for troubleshoot this problem.

Asked by: craig1961
Hi, craig1961! Thank you for your question, and I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing low flow from your Delta faucet. Over time, common water debris will settle in the house supply lines. Anytime the water is shut off to a portion of the home, this debris can become dislodged and will move through the pipes to be caught by a faucet. Local construction or the changing of the seasons can also cause this. Flushing the supply lines through the unit should remedy this situation. To flush the unit, we recommend the following: Start with the easy stuff: Remove your aerator, wand or hose to check the flow through the unit without that part installed. If the flow is good, the piece you’ve removed is where the issue is. Soaking the part in a 50/50 mixture of white vinegar and water could help remove any particles or debris blocking the flow. If the water does not have a good flow, the problem could be in the faucet. Next, check the supply lines for debris: Turn the supply off to both the hot and cold-water lines. Once off, turn the handle on the faucet to the on position and leave it there to bleed the lines of any excess water. Next, disconnect the hot water supply line and place it inside of a bucket. Once the line is securely positioned into the bucket, turn on the cold-water supply. Since the handle was left in the on position, the water will flow up the cold supply line, through the faucet cartridge and back down the hot water line into the bucket. Leave this flowing for at least 30 seconds. After flushing, reconnect the hot water line and repeat this process with the cold-water line to ensure all particles have been removed from both supplies. If this does not fix the issue, please contact us back. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: DeltaFaucet11
Date published: 2018-03-28

Is their an adaptor availble to reduce the GPM? My project requires strict water usage. 

Asked by: AND Portland
Hi, AND Portland! Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we do not have a lower gpm aerator to reduce the flow for this 9159-DST faucet. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: DeltaFaucet11
Date published: 2018-03-13
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