Low flow faucets combine style and water saving technology
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The new Litze Bath Collection, like all Brizo bath collections, delivers 1.5 gallons of water per minute without ever sacrificing performance. Combining beauty and luxury, the Litze collection is WaterSense labeled, certified by a third party to meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requirements, according to Laura Brooks, senior brand manager for Brizo with the Delta Faucet Company.
At the 2016 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, Brooks introduced the new line of water saving faucets.
This new collection melds innovative engineering and artistry to strike a balance that is equally at home in clean, contemporary environments or raw industrial spaces, Brooks noted. "Thoughtful details such as three distinctive handle options, a simplistically beautiful bent tube spout, a jointed wall mount shower arm and elegant teak wood accents exemplify the stunning craftsmanship," she said.
Available late 2016, the full bath suite is offered in Polished Chrome, Brilliance Polished Nickel, and Brilliance® Luxe Nickel finishes, and a new Brilliance Luxe Gold finish. Additional finish options on lavatories, tub faucets and select accessories include Brilliance Luxe Nickel finish with Polished Chrome Accent, Polished Chrome with Teak Wood Accent, and Brilliance Luxe Nickel finish with Teak Wood Accent.
Read more about WaterSense certified fixtures.
Companies: Delta Faucet Company
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