Hello, where can I download installation manual for this shower valve
Thank you for your inquiry, Green! Below, I have included the link for viewing and downloading the Maintenance and Installation document for the Delta Jetted Shower MultiChoice Valve R18000-XO.
Date published: 2018-02-13
Is the jetted shower rough valve in the R18000-XO the same as the individual jetted shower rough valve R1827-XO?
We are installing the T17094-SS valve trim with the R10000-UNBXHF. We are also installing the T18037-SSXO jetted module diverter trim. Do we need to get the R18000-XO kit? Or can we use the R1827-XO as the jetted rough valve in conjunction with the R10000-UNBXHF that we are using with the shower valve trim?
Hi, IPS Remodel!
Thank you for your question. You can use the R1827-XO or the R18000-XO kit. Both will work with the T18037-SSXO.
Date published: 2017-10-06
Tub/shower with 2 shower heads and body jets
What diverter would we need to operate a tub/shower unit with another shower head and two jetted shower trims. In total we will be operating the tub separately, operating the shower heads and body jets all together or separate at times.
Thank you for your question! You can use this valve with the T18037-XO or T18017-XO diverter trim in order to operate the two shower heads and body jets. Water will flow to the bottom port of the valve to tub spout first. You can then divert the water to the 6-setting diverter, where it can be transferred to one or two of the showering components (A, AB, B, BC, C, AC).
Date published: 2017-09-19
Is the bottom valve body flow rate equivalent to the regular flow R10000-UNBX rough, or the high-flow R10000-UNBXHF rough, or is it unique?
The bottom rough valve looks similar to the R10000-UN* valves. There are regular and high-flow versions of that rough-in valve (R10000-UNBX and R10000-UNBXHF, for instance). Is the flow rate through the bottom valve of this assembly the same as the regular or the high-flow R10000-UN* valve? Or is it different from both of the R10000-UN* valves?
Thank you for your question. The bottom valve of the Delta MultiChoice Universal Jetted R18000-XO valve is the same as the Delta MultiChoice Universal Rough-In valve R10000-UNBX. The maximum flow will depend on the water pressure in the home. At 60 PSI, the 17T series with this valve will provide up to about 6.7 gallons per minute. The diverter will allow about 5 gallons per minute per individual port. The actual flow rate will vary by shower component.
Date published: 2017-10-06
What is the max flow rate?
When using a 17t series shower valve with T18037-XO, 51708 and a fixed shower what is the max flow rate between the the showering components when using two at the same time
Thank you for your question. The maximum flow will depend on the water pressure in the home. At 60 PSI, the 17T series with this valve will provide up to about 6.7 gallons per minute. The diverter will allow about 5 gallons per minute per individual port. The actual flow rate will vary by shower component.
Date published: 2017-07-07
Can I replace the Valve with R10000-UNBX
I have the Model#: T18255-PTXO. The handle parts corroded and I have to replace the cartridge and valve. Unfortunately the T18255-PTXO is discontinued.
Can I use the handle, cartridge, and R10000-UNBX valve from the 1755RB-716RB kit?
Dear Jimmy Rustle,
Thank you for your question. The Delta R10000-UNBX can be used in place of the bottom valve of your T18255-PTXO. The Delta Victorian Trim T17455-RB would also work with the valve. If both jetted valve and main valve need to be replaced, you can also get the R18000-XOWS.
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rough-in valve and trim for 58467 In2ition shower head?
Is this the correct Rough-in Valve for a 58467 In2ition shower head?
And where do you list the trim for this?
Thank you for your question! The 58467 can be used with any of our shower valves. This rough-in valve would be used with a T13/14, T17, or T17T trim kit and a T18037-XO jetted module diverter trim. Please click the link below to browse our shower trim options:
Date published: 2015-08-27
I was interested in a series
like the old model 1825. what do I need to order now to get the single pair of jets for a jetted shower. when I did the wizard it came up with 2 model numbers but the price was so low, they said I did not have enough part numbers for what I was talking about. the models numbers I have are t14292 & r1800. please help.
Hi Sue, Thank you for your question. The R18000-XO is the universal jetted shower rough. You will then add the T14292 shower trim and the T18037-XO jetted module diverter trim to make a complete faucet.
Date published: 2014-07-01