Delta's Linden faucet features the company's Multi-Flow technology.


A person in the kitchen just handled raw chicken and has a pot of noodles boiling on the stove. How does that person wash her hands while avoiding both bacteria contamination and burning the pot of noodles?

Delta Faucet Co. had the answer during its recent 2010 Media Blogger Event at company headquarters in Indianapolis.

Delta’s Touch 2O technology allows the end user to tap any part of the spout or handle (with an elbow for instance) to turn the unit on and off.

That pot of noodles also plays into Delta’s new Multi-Flow technology.

“If you want to fill a sink or a pasta pot, the idea is to get the faucet to a certain flow,” said Susan Fisher, director of Delta/Peerless brand management. “Multi-Flow allows the user to make a choice and do other things and not have to stand there while a pot fills up.”

Delta’s H2Okinetic, DIAMOND Seal and MagnaTite technologies were also on display (focusing on consumer convenience and experience as well as water conservation), as were new products from the Brizo brand.

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