Delta MultiChoice Universal High-Flow Rough - Shower Only - Universal Inlets/Outlets

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Product Features and Benefits

  • MultiChoice Universal valve body only - Accepts single, dual, or dual thermostatic cartridge
  • High flow for use with shower only models
  • HF rough valves feature blocked tub port - no additional plug needed when used in shower only application
  • Back-to-back capability
  • Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best deal shower rough-in valve This is the best deal on a perfect product which required no modifications for shower use, excellent flow on well water and the best price on the internet. April 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product Easy to install. Perfect for showers. Great flow and capacity. Price can't be beat. January 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy To Install Delta Products are a great Quality & Value. WIth fantastic Delta Tech Support May 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sturdy Die Cast Construction I bought a complete Delta shower package. Monitor, diverter, hand-held. September 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works great This is a high flow valve and will come in handy in the shower. December 6, 2014
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Trim and valve combinations for shower only applicaiotn

I have a shower only application, which combination do you recommend: T11900 + R11000 or T17038 + R10000-UNBXHF
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Hi PT,

Thank you for your question. You can use the T17038 trim and R10000-UNBXHF valve. However, the T11900 and R11000 are a diverter trim and valve, which do not control the flow or temperature of the water.

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Valve availability for 1323 and valve flow rate comparison

Converting half bath to full bath. Will have shower (no tub) and 3-setting diverter to handheld. My wife and I thought we had found perfect trim in the 1303/1323 for this stage in our life-big blade handles are easier to grasp & we've had them before. Answers in this forum recommend the R10000UNBXHF valve for shower only which makes good sense. However, it appears 1303 (trim only) is discontinued, and 1323 comes with the R10000UNBX.

1. So, how can we get the 1323 with the R10000UNBXHF valve instead of the R10000UNBX?

2. I've gotten the impression in this forum that valves with stops have a lower flow rate than valves without stops. So, what are the flow rates of R10000UNBXHF compared to R10000UNWSHF?

3. Stops sound like a good idea, However, if the flow rates are different in question #2, which valve do you recommend for our situation (shower only and 3-setting diverter to handheld)?
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Richmond, Va
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Hi Fred,

Thank you for your questions. The flow that you will get from the valve will partly depend on the PSI in the home. To use a different valve than the UNBX model, you would need to purchase it separately from the 1323 trim. However, with the shower head and a standard 2.5 GPM or less hand shower, you will only be using up to 4.5 gallons per minute. At 60PSI, you will not need to worry about using the HF valve to get enough flow, and the With Stops versions will still allow you enough flow as well.

At 60 PSI with a 13 series trim the R10000-UNBX valve will allow 5.8 GPM from the shower port. The UNBXHF will allow approximately 5.8 GPM. The UNWSHF will allow about 5.1 GPM.

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how can I tell if the body I have is a R10000-UNBXHF or R10000-UNBX

I'm trying to confirm which shower body is installed in my shower before I install new trim. Is it possible that the body is a R10000-UNBXHF if the tub port on the bottom has a threaded end cap on it. From the pictures I see the R10000-UNBXHF port is blocked and would not accept a cap.
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Hi ecirbob,

Thank you for your question! The R10000-UNBXHF is only designed to work with shower-only applications. The bottom port is not machined and does not require a cap. An R10000-UNBX can work with tub and shower applications, however the tub spout port could be capped off by the installer for shower-only applications.

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Distance from valve to head

I would like to put the valve on a seperate wall from the shower head. How far can the shower head be from the valve? Will I have any issues with flow running the shower head supply line around a corner? Thank you.
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Hi kp42,

Thank you for your question! There are no restrictions on the distance between the valve and shower head, so you should not experience a reduction in flow.

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6 months ago
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low pressure situation, what is the best valve body and diverter setup

I am installing a bath in a NYC apartment with poor pressure, hoping not to have to install booster pumps. Average pressure is 16 psi. I would like to have a rainhead and a shower wand - but understand probably won't be able to operate both at the same time. I would like a thermostatic valve so when multiple toilets are flushed in floors below the person taking a shower is not scalded, or frozen when multiple users below turn on the hot water. Which valve body should I use? Will a "high flow" body help when there is low pressure? Do I need a temperature valve and a separate diverter? What if I added a tub to the mix? Thank you for the help.
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New York, NY, USA
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Hi Peter,

Thank you for your question! Our TempAssure thermostatic tub/showers keep the water temperature in your shower within a safe ±3.6° F. However, below 30 PSI you will begin to see significant reduction in the flow rate. Our high flow valves allow for a higher maximum flow rate, but unfortunately do no help with low pressure from the supplies.

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Delta T17453 Vero Monitor 17 Series Tub and Shower Trim,

hi i want to use a Delta T17453 Vero Monitor 17 Series Tub and Shower Trim, with the Delta Faucet 57530 Vero Slide Bar Hand Hand Held Shower. Which valves do i have to buy that allow to work properly?
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Hi opticcentro,

Thank you for your question! To use the T17453 you will need an R10000 MultiChoice valve.

To divert from the shower head to the hand shower you can use a diverter valve and matching trim. The diverter valve is R11000 and the matching three setting diverter trim in the Vero collection is T11853.

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R10000-UN versus R10000-UNBXHF

Looking at Dryden Shower trims T17051 or T17T051
with R10000-UN or R10000-UNBXHF
Dryden 3-setting Diverter T11851
with R11000

but I want a larger shower head than the Dryden series has available/included in line. Also looking at the 16" shower arm to go with larger shower head.

What are the advantages of the 17T series over the 17 series? And am I looking at the correct shower valve bodies? Want to use the shower components separately and together.
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Hi DeeDee, Thank you for your questions. The difference between the R10000-UN tub/shower rough and the R10000-UNBXHF shower only rough is that the UNBXHF does not have the port that gets plumbed to the tub spout, it is only used in a shower application. You will be able to select your choice of shower arm and showerhead to work with the Dryden faucet and diverter trim that you have selected.
The advantages of the 17T over the 17 series is that the thermostatic cartridge offers a higher flowrate and adjusts itself for incoming water temperatures.
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Cassidy Shower Only with R10000-UNWSHF

I would like to maximize water flow and I like the Cassidy trim. From the FAQ it looks like the R10000-UNBXHF provides more flow than the R10000-UNWSHF. Will these valves work with the Cassidy cartridge? The water line is 1/2 inch CPVC. Thanks for any help.
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Hi Autopilot3, Thank you for your question. The R10000-UNWSHF, and the R10000-UNBXHF multichoice universal roughs will both work with the Cassidy cartridge. The inlets and outlets of the valve are 1/2" MIP.
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What is the purpose of the screwdriver stops? What does it control?

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Hi Loriboy, Thank you for your question. The screwdriver stops on the R10000-UNWSHF allow you to shut the water off at the faucet. The stops when closed shut off the hot and cold water supplies to the faucet. This will allow you to do maintainance or repair the faucet without shutting the water off to the rest of the house.
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Flow rates R100000UNHF vs R10000UNWSHF

Can you please provide the maximum flow rates for these parts? It will be with the 17T trim. We're looking for max flow but apparently the stops don't allow as high a flow rate? Is that correct?
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Hi Lucas_TX, Thank you for your question. Using a T17T thermostatic trim with a household water pressure of 60 PSI will give you a flow rate of 8.6 gpm from the R10000-UNBXHF and 7.4 gpm from the R10000-UNWSHF roughs.
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