Model # 59445-CZ-PK

Internet #203990681

Delta 5-Spray 2.0 GPM Handshower Only in Champagne Bronze featuring H2Okinetic
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Discontinued Delta

5-Spray 2.0 GPM Handshower Only in Champagne Bronze featuring H2Okinetic

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For a clean look with additional functionality, install this 5-Spray 2.0 GPM Hand Shower Only in Champange Bronze featuring H2Okinetic. Add convenience and elegance with a Delta handshower and you'll find it's the perfect complement to any shower. H2Okinetic showers sculpt the water into a unique wave pattern, giving you the feeling of more water without using more water. The innovative pause function reduces the water to a trickle, allowing you to conserve water while doing such tasks as lathering up or shaving your legs.

  • H2Okinetic provides a truly better shower experience
  • Trickle feature promotes water conservation
  • Lifetime limited warranty covers parts and finish defects
  • Maximum water consumption 2.0 gpm at 80 psi
  • Actual water consumption 1.7 gpm at 45 psi
  • For use with automatic compensating valves rated at 1.5 gpm or less
  • Certified dual check valves
  • WaterSense labeled 2.0 GPM to promote water conservation
  • Certified dual check valves for backflow protection

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Does this shower head have a removable water restrictor?

Does this shower head have a removable water restrictor?
Asked by: lh
Hello LH, Thank you for your question. While it is possible to remove flow restrictors from showerheads, we strongly advise against it for several reasons. Flow restrictors for faucets are an integral part of most aerators and it is generally not possible or desirable to remove them. Our showering devices are specifically designed to operate most efficiently at the flow rate controlled by the flow restrictor. Removing the flow restrictor from an showering device will result in improper operation and a very uncomfortable experience. For water conservation purposes, most plumbing codes require faucets and showering devices to not exceed a certain maximum flow rate. Removing the flow restrictors could cause these devices to longer meet these codes. Best regards, Brandis
Answered by: DeltaFaucet
Date published: 2017-03-24
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