Apron brace installation - does the apron brace extend under the apron?
The YouTube installation video from Delta shows that the apron brace comes under the tub's apron wall. The documentation makes mention. Complication: on a flat, level surface, the tub is level. If the apron brace extends under the apron wall then the tub is no longer level. Additionally, if the apron wall is bumped then the adhesive gives way and the apron wall flexes. It would seem that the YouTube installation video is wrong. If it is correct then please advise on (1) leveling and (2) preventing flexing of the apron wall with normal bumps and usage.
YouTube Installation video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAIyVGlz5rw
Thank you for your question about the Classic 400 Curved Bathtub. On a flat and level surface, the apron should be in contact with the floor, and the apron support should be on the back side of the apron.
Date published: 2016-01-18
I seem to be having trouble finding a drain and overflow kit to fit this tub, the kits I am finding are for a maximum of 14 inch tubs. Can you tell me an exact part number of a drain that will fit this 16.5 inch height?
Thank you for your question. The bath waste assemblies we have fit a 11"–13 1/2" (279 mm–343 mm) Vertical Adjustment .
Date published: 2019-02-20
On the box for the tub, it specifies using an adhesive safe for both acrylic and foam board. Please suggest an adhesive.
I have been unable to find any adhesives that explicitly state it is safe for acrylic and foam board, AND specifies that is recommended for adhering two non-porous surfaces together (the plastic brace against the acrylic tub wall).
Thank you for your question about the Classic 400 Curved Bathtub. We recommend using an adhesive the is for tubs and surrounds, and safe for, or bonds to acrylic, and plastics or polystyrene.
Date published: 2018-12-24
Is this a fiberglass bathtub or is it made out of metal
Thank you for your question. The Delta 40114R Bath Tub is made with our High-Gloss ProCrylic Material.
Date published: 2019-10-15
Additional space needed for curve?
Is this 30 inches deep at the widest part of the curve, or is that the base measurement? How much additional space should be allowed for the curve into the room?
Thank you for you question about the Classic 400 Curved Bathtub. The furthest point of the curve is roughly 33 1/2 inches.
Date published: 2016-01-16
I keep seeing the curved width is 33 1/2 inches, but when I looked at the specs sheet, it is showing the farthest width point to be the 29 15/16?
Which measurement is correct? I have a very small bathroom, so, if it's really 33 1/2, I will have to find a different tub.
Thank you for your question regarding the Delta Classic 400 - 60" x 30" Curved Bathtub - Right Drain and I am happy to assist you today.
The curved width for this tub at its widest point is 33 1/2" and I apologize for any inconvenience this has caused.
Please feel free to give us a call if we can help with anything further at 800-355-2721.
Delta Faucet Company
Date published: 2018-05-21
how wide is the interior of the tub at the bottom?
Thank you for your question regarding the Delta Classic 400 - 60" x 30" Curved Bathtub and I am happy to help you today.
The width of the interior is roughly 23-26" long.
The bottom of the tub starts off at about 23" then gradually gets up to 26" towards the ledge of the tub.
If there is anything going forward that we may be able to help with, please do not hesitate to give us a call on our warranty line at 800-355-2721 and we will be happy to help you where we can.
Date published: 2018-06-30
What drain is used to optimize the15.68 in tub depth referenced in specs? Specifically, what drain do I buy - please specifiy exactly
Model # 40114R
Internet # 204342344
Store SKU # 1001219425
Classic 400 Curve 5 ft. Right Drain Soaking Tub in White
Tub Depth (in.)
Tub Length (in.)
Tub Height (in.)
Tub Width (in.)
Thank you for your question about the Classic 400 Curved Bathtub. The tub depth above is in reference to how wide the bottom of the tub is at both ends. The soaking depth on the tub, or depth of water when filled, is 12 in. The type of drain we recommend is a standard bathtub drain.
Date published: 2019-02-20