Have gravity Low pressure system, what facuet will work?
I have a 2,000 gallon cistern about 70 feet above the house with a gravity feed to the house. I do not have a pressure tank.
What kitchen faucet will work on low pressure systems? What Bath and other faucets do you carry that would work on this system?
I have a new Delta B1310LF-SS faucet will this work?
I do not have a pressure tank.
Thanks you for your help
Hi Lynn, Thank you for your question. Your cistern should generate approximately 25-30 psi. Our faucet models work on pressures from 20-100 psi. You may want to select models that are the water efficient 1.5gpm but the model B1310LF-SS will work.
Date published: 2015-01-08
Can you connect your existing sprayer to this?
I already have a sprayer, just want to replace the faucet. Can you attach the existing sprayer to this faucet? Do I need to buy a part to do this? If so, what parts do I need?
Hi JP, Thank you for your question. You cannot add your existing sprayer to the model B1310LF. The faucet does not have a diverter or the connection for a side spray. The model B4410LF would be the version of the faucet that comes with the spray hose assembly.
Date published: 2017-12-16
How to get a replacement gasket on a b1310lf model?
After a few years of good service, the gasket wore down, and I had to remove the faucet to prevent water damage below, all is in great condition, except the gasket is in bad shape, and cracked at one end. looked for a replacement part, but did not find. Can this be purchased individually?
Dear Angel L.,
Thank you for your inquiry! The gakset that comes with the Delta Foundations Kitchen B1310LF faucet is not sold separately from the full faucet. We would advised using a bead of silicone around the underside of the escutcheon plate.
Date published: 2017-08-07
What size allen wrench do I use to tighten the set screw on the handle?
Thank you for your question. To remove the set screw in the handle of your Foundations Kitchen B1310LF model , you would a 1/8" Allen wrench.
Date published: 2016-09-04
Delta Kitchen Faucet Model B1310LF
I notice the copper water supply tubes are much skinnier than your previous models -- like 1/4" (or even smaller diameter) -- the screw fitting will fit fine, but why did Delta reduce the size of the copper tubes? I was wondering if it was to reduce water pressure to be easier on the faucet. Will I notice any difference in water flow out of this faucet? I hesitate using one with the plastic pipes although I just talked to a property manager friend of mine and he says they are fabulous -- easy to install and he has even re-used them after remodeling. Just wondered about this one with the skinny copper inlet tubes, though.
Hi Meg, Thank you for your questiion. The flow rate in the model B1310LF faucet is controlled by the aerator at 1.8 gallons per minute. The size of the supply lines will not affect this flow rate.
Date published: 2013-11-19
CAN YOU INSTALL DIRECTLY TO THE GRANITE WITHOUT THE BASE
Hi, CDS CONT!
Thank you for your question. This faucet cannot be used without the escutcheon plate.
Date published: 2017-03-10
How do you regulate water flow and pressure?
Thank you for your question. The handle assembly is how you would regulate water flow and pressure. The handle pushed all the way up, will give full water pressure at 1.8GPM. The handle pushed down will slow the water pressure.
Date published: 2017-09-19
1) i just read a review on Hone Depot that said the spout is one single piece and that the aerator cannot be removed (in order to install a water filter). is this true?
2) is the reach (base to tip of the spout) longer than most similar faucets? it does look longer in the pictures.
The aerator is removable. The spout is about 1.5" longer than my replacement faucet. The length is approx 10.75"
Date published: 2017-09-02