DIAMOND Seal Bathroom Faucets

By Delta

Delta classic 522 lav faucet

Classic Delta Diamond Series Single Handle Bathroom Faucets

These luxury lavatory faucets feature:
  • Classic single handle design complements almost any décor - your choice of acrylic knob handle or ADA Compliant lever handle
  • Available in Chrome & Brilliance® Stainless finishes
  • 4-inch centerset mounting and compact size maximizes counter space and is perfect for smaller basins or pedestal sinks
  • Compliant with California Energy Commission requirements, WaterSense Certified, and CALGreen compliant for water efficiency
  • Innovative ceramic cartridge is embedded with diamonds for super smooth, long-lasting performance
  • Built-in cartridge limit switch lets you set maximum hot water mix to as little as 50% to help prevent scalding
  • Includes finish-matching pop-up drain assembly and 3/8" OD staggered PEX supply lines for easy out-of-the-box installation
  • View detailed faucet dimensions
DIAMOND Bathroom Faucet with metal lever handle

DIAMOND Bathroom Faucet with
ADA Compliant Metal Lever Handle

Chrome  —  $103.01
Brilliance® Stainless  —  $121.71
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DIAMOND Bathroom Faucet with acrylic knob handle

DIAMOND Bathroom Faucet with Acrylic Knob Handle

Chrome  — $92.47
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DIAMOND Seal Single Handle Faucet Replacement Cartridge

Delta RP50587 valve assembly
  • Fits all Delta DIAMOND Seal single handle kitchen (including Touch2O®), bar/prep, and lavatory faucets
  • Easy to set built-in temperature stop allows you to set the handle motion for full flow hot water to a 50/50 hot/cold mix, helping to reduce the risk of scalding
  • Unique technology requires no lubrication or seal replacement
  • Long-lasting performance with durable, corrosion-resistant construction
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Delta DIAMOND Seal Single Handle Faucet Replacement Cartridge = $40.16

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Delta DIAMOND Seal Faucets & Parts Related Items

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "Are real diamonds used in these faucets or their parts?"
A. Yes, but not the diamonds you would typically find in a jewelry store. Carbon (the source of diamonds) is taken and electrically charged. Then, using high amounts of pressure, fused to a ceramic plate, creating a diamond coating that is clear and nearly indestructible.

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