I have purchase a T11867 and the R10000 UNBX. I want to supply a shower head and a wall mounted handheld.
I would like to be able to use the shower head or the handheld. I thought I could use the tub fill port to supply the hand held.
Do I need another diverter such as the R11000 or will the R10000 UNBX do what I want?
Hi JB, Thank you for your question!
The T11867 is a 3 setting diverter trim and would have to be used with the R11000 (diverts water from one component to the next) 3/6 setting diverter rough valve. This give you the option to use two components individually and shared giving you the 3 settings. You will also need the R10000 which is the main control valve (used to turn unit on and off and provide temperature) and matching trim. You will not be able to hook up a hand held to the 4th port. That port is used for tub spout installation only.
Best regards, Brandis
Date published: 2016-02-18
how is 3 setting diverter function? can i combine d ff: T11867 or t11853 & RP48333 with r11000?
I am looking for a shower/tub faucet that has
a diverter to divert water from shower head OR
telephone shower to tub.
If I have 2 shower (head & telephone) & a spout(without
diverter) , what diverter rough in would you recommend that each device can be use independently. If no recourse, do you have a shower diverter that is attached to the shower arm?
Hi Joy, Thank you for your question. If you are running a single showerhead whether fixed or hand held and the RP48333 non diverting tub spout through the R11000 diverter rough, then the T11867 or T11853 diverter trims will work with this set up. If you are going to use both a fixed and handheld showerhead and the non diverting tub spout you will need to use the T11967 or T11953 6 setting diverter trim and R11000 diverter rough. You will also need the R10000 rough and a tub/shower trim to make a complete system.
Date published: 2014-12-01