Can I get this spray assembly with a threaded connection rather than a quick connect?
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we no longer have a threaded connection sprayer assembly. We do have an adapter if you do need the threaded part. The adapter is RP41478. Here is a link for the part:
Date published: 2018-01-06
What sprayer model is the right size for me?
My old kitchen sink side sprayer sticks up right about 4" from the support piece. What models will match this height?
Thank you for your question!
All Collins and Classic models will have a sprayer that is 4 3/4"(121 mm) high from the counter, or about 4" from the top of the base. If you find a model you like and aren't sure about the height of the sprayer, you can check the technical specifications found under the Documents and Specs tab of each model. Below is a link to both of these collections.
Best regards, Edward
Date published: 2017-09-10
I have a Delta Waterfall faucet with side spray purchased before 2000, probably model 172-WHWF, and I need to replace the side spray assembly. This looks like the part I need but I'm thinking this has a quick connect fitting on the end and my existing side spray does not (screws in). Will this part work? If not, what should I purchase?
Dear Terry K,
Thank you for your question. Yes, the RP39345WH is a Delta Quick Connect Spray and Hose Assembly. If you do not have the Quick Connect unit, you will need the RP28900WH. This sprayer and hose assembly is also a Quick Connect, but comes with the threaded to Quick Connect adapter kit, to attach to your faucet.
Date published: 2016-10-04
NEW HOSE OR OLD HOSE??
I need two Delta p/n RP39345, in polished brass finish. I am uncertain whether the hoses are a quick-connect or a conventional threaded model. The hose attachment points are nearly inaccessible behind the deep sinks these faucet units serve, and I have crow-foot wrenches if they become necessary. Question: considering that the hose attachments are in a near-invisible site, how can I best determine whether they are quick-connect or conventional? We purchased this faucet unit in 1998 or '99 when we built our home.
Thank you for your question. Your faucet will require an RP41478 Threaded to Quick Connect Adapter and an RP6015 support assembly to use this sprayer and hose. Faucets manufactured prior to 2003 will have a threaded connection.
Date published: 2016-07-27