Delta® Faucet is expanding its selection of electronic lavatory faucets with the introduction of optional hands-free and Touch2O® Technology on its Dryden™ bath collection. The clean lines and geometric forms of this collection draw inspiration from the glamorous heyday of Hollywood and the Art Deco period of the 1920s and 1930s, delivering sophistication to the bath.
“With its transitional square shape, the Dryden collection offers style flexibility to suit a variety of settings – from old world to arts and crafts to modern,” said Carol Anne Kemper, Delta® brand product manager. “Now available with optional Touch2O.xt™ Technology, the new Dryden line offers the perfect blend of beauty and functionality to complement any home environment.”
o All lavatory faucets in this collection meet WaterSense requirements, flowing at a rate that is less than the industry standard of 2.2 gallons per minute (gpm). The WaterSense labeled lavatories of the Dryden bath collection provide up to 32 percent water savings over standard lavatory faucets.
Additionally, Touch2O.xt™ Technology features a 4-inch sensing field around the entire faucet. Once the handle is moved to an “on” position, the faucet automatically responds when a user approaches the sensing field – no infrared sensor is used. Moving hands out of range intuitively shuts off the water flow within seconds when not needed, helping to save water. When hands are messy, you can start the flow of water without touching the faucet, helping keep you and your bathroom cleaner.
Suggested list price begins at $362 and varies depending on finish selected.