Delta Vero - what exactly do i need to purchase to operate a ceiling rain shower, a wall shower individually
Thank you for your question. The diverter will allow you to run a raincan showerhead and standard shower head individually or together. You will need an R11000 rough in valve for the trim.
To control the volume and temperature, you will need an R10000 rough-in valve and 13/14, 17, or 17T series trim.
Date published: 2017-08-30
Delta Vero- What do I purchase to have a total of 2 shower heads, no tub?
What parts do I purchase to operate overhead rain shower, wall shower or both at same time?
Thank you for your question. To install the Delta Vero 3-Setting 2-Port Diverter Trim T11853, you will need the Rough In R11000 Valve for it. You will also need the main Rough In R10000-UNBXHF valve and Vero Trim kit of your choice. Lastly, the wall handshower and elbow, of your choice style and finish.
Date published: 2016-10-01
Is this everything I need
First, the amount of pieces I need to buy is very confusing. I want the rainshoer, the handheld and ability to use them alone or together. Is this everything I need?
Thank you for your question. Those items will allow you to have the setup you described. The only additional item needed is a supply connection for the hand shower hose, such as the 50570-SS.
Date published: 2016-07-11
i have a d57530 slidebar handshower and a rainshower.do i need parts dr10000unws,dr11000 anddt11853 to operate the showers together or separately ?
Thank you for your question! The R11000 and T11853 will allow you to divert between the hand shower and shower head. The R10000 valve will work with a T14, T17, or T17T trim to control the water flow and temperature.
Date published: 2015-06-26
Delta Vero- What valve do I purchase to have a total of 3 showerheads but only use one at a time?
I am looking to purchase a Delta Vero shower system with a hand shower, rain shower attached to the ceiling and a regular shower head. Issue is that I am in CA and can only have 2gpm running at a time. I understand with the 6 diverter valve, I can use one at a time, or turn on all 2 at a time. In order to pass inspection, I can only have one running at a time, which valve should I purchase? Or can I purchase the 3/6 R11000 and cap off whatever is necessary?
Hi Priyam, Thank you for your question. You will want to order the R11000 diverter rough, and the T11953-RB 6 setting 3 port diverter trim plus the RP71718 diverter cartridge. The RP71718 cartridge only allows for 3 individual positions and no shared positions meaning only 1 showerhead at a time will work.
You will also need a R10000 rough in and a matching Vero tub/shower trim to control the water flow and temperature. The diverter only controls where the water goes.
Date published: 2014-11-17
Does it matter which port is plugged when installing this diverter?
I’m currently installing the R11000 diverter rough-in. I’d planned to plug the left port, with the top servicing a shower head, and the right servicing a hand-held. The rough-in came with tag on the right port saying “Warning: Cap this outlet if using 3 function diverter.” Internally I can’t detect why it matters which port gets plugged. Is there something in the Vero 3 Setting Diverter’s functioning that precludes capping the left port instead of the right?
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # T11853-RB has to have the right port plugged when using one extra feature to you shower combination. The diverter will not function properly if you plug the left port.
Date published: 2014-07-18