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Batavia Tub and Shower with In2ition Shower

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Features

Contemporary Design

Contemporary tub and shower system with chrome finish will compliment any bathroom decor.

Integrated Handshower and Showerhead Design

Water can flow through both the handshower and showerhead at the same time or separately for maximum flexibility.

Operates as a handshower, or showerhead or BOTH at the same time!

Single-Function Pressure-Balanced Valve Cartridge

Single-function pressure balanced valve cartridge functions with a single control for temperature only. Consistent temperature is achieved by balancing the pressure of both the hot and cold water.

Delta Monitor® Scald-Guard® valve keeps water temperature within +/-3 F.

Delta Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty

All parts and finishes of the faucet are warranted to the original consumer purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship for as long as the original consumer purchaser owns their home.

Increased Utility With The Showerhead

3-way diverter with easy-turn lever handle allows handshower and showerhead to operate independently or together.

Anti-Clog Nozzles

Anti-clog nozzles for quick, easy removal of mineral deposits.  Simply rub and rinse away the debris.

Extended Reach With 6-Foot Hose

Six foot hose for extended reach when rinsing the tub / shower or bathing children or pets.

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Batavia T/S with In2ition Showerhead

Delta Model #144975-I

Batavia T/S with In2ition Showerhead
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Specs

Faucet Type:

Batavia Single Handle Tub and Shower with In2ition Shower

Faucet Finish:

Chrome

Spray Settings:

Full Body / Massaging

Hose Length:

72 inches

Flow Rate:

Flow rate of 2.5 gpm @ 80 psi, 9.5 L/min @ 522 kPa

Nozzle Material:

Anti-clog rubber nozzles

Valve Type:

Single-Function Pressure Balanced Valve Cartridge

Warranty:

Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty

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Installation Guide

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