Delta 3559-CZMPU-DST Trinsic Widespread Bath Faucet with Pop-Up (Champagne Bronze). The Delta 3559-CZMPU-DST is part of the Trinsic Series. This two-handle widespread lavatory faucet comes with a metal pop-up drain assembly, an adjustable 4" to 16" centered installation, and a 5" long 7-3/4" tall rigid spout. The lever handles allow you to have precise volume and temperature control, and it comes with 3/8" O.D. straight PEX supply tubes. It has a 1.5 GPM flow rate, and comes in an elegant, Champagne Bronze finish.
Faucet Part Feature:
Bathroom Faucet Type:
Bathroom Sink Faucet
3-hole 4-16" installation
Maximum flow rate 1.5 gpm @ 60 PSI.
Maximum mounting deck thickness is 2 1/4" (57 mm).
ASME A112.18.1 / CSA B125.1
ASME A112.18.2 / CSA B125.2
Number of Handles: 2
Verified compliant with .25% weighted average Pb content regulations.
(Contact Delta Representative for State and/or Local Approvals)
"MPU" have metal drain with pop-up type fitting with plated flange and stopper.
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This product looks Great but is a catch 22 to install. Rated 1 by Catch22 No, I do not recommend this product. I purchased this Faucet as part of redoing our guest bathroom. It was the most attractive one we saw. However, it has a catch 22 in the installation instructions. It states that if you determine the PEX supply tubing is too long and must be shorter to create an acceptable installation, when cutting the installer accepts the responsibility to do so in a way that allows a leak-free joint to be created. Delta is not responsible any cut that will not allow a leak free joint. Well my installer thought he did it right, his boss looked at it and said it was done right, but 3 days after it was installed the hot water tubing can out of the shut off valve, flooding the bathroom and then it went into the hallway, the linin closet, the guest bedroom and the guest bedroom closet all of which have hardwood floors. The Installer has accepted responsibility and his insurance will cover it but he has only "Actual Cash Value" insurance and mine is "Replacement Cost Value" so I have to go through my insurance abd have them subrogate his insurance company. It is now over three weeks later and we are still trying to get repair estimates for hardwood flooring that is no longer made in that color and for repairing the sheetrock damaged when removing all the floor molding, then replacing that moulding and repainting the entire area. A real nightmare! At the rate it's going it will take months to get all the estimates in, reviewed and approved and then have the work done. I am guessing the repairs will be at least 3 or 4 times the cost of the bathroom redo. For that reason I would NEVER use that plumber again and I would NEVER buy a Delta product again. Originally posted on deltafaucet.com Jun/2016