Stainless steel aerators for Delta 500 series bathroom faucets
Can you tell me which part number is the correct one for the aerator on a (discontinued) Delta 500 series bathroom faucet? The PN listed in my original product documentation is RP303. The PN I found online, which appears to be the same part, is RP19754. I'm interested in replacing four aerators with the stainless steel part, either RP330SS or RP19754SS, but I'm uncertain about which to order. The cost difference is a little less than $3, but I'm not concerned about the cost; my only concern is making sure I have parts that will mount properly and work in the four faucets we have. All four faucets are still in excellent condition, and their original aerators are still serviceable but have corroded from unsightly lime buildup. Once I'm confident that I know which part is the correct one, I'll order four of them immediately.
Thank you for your question. When replacing your aerator, either of the models you mentioned will work. Delta Faucet part RP330SS will give you 2.2 gpm and RP19754SS will give you 1.5 gpm.
Date published: 2013-10-22
does this aerator part # RP330 have 15/16 in.- 27 male thread?
this delta aerator is from the parts diagram of a Delta Faucet 100-WF Classic, Single Handle Kitchen Faucet, Chrome from this site part # RP330. i just need an aerator with 15/16 in. - 27 male thread, will the aerator part # RP330 work for me?
thanks in advance
Hi Dan, Thank you for your question. The RP330 does have 15/16"-27 male threads.
Date published: 2013-11-01
22 or 27 threads per inch
The listings for this product on both amazon and home depot say "22 inch threads" in the title but the spec sheet says "27 inch". Which is it?
Thank you for your question. The thread size for this aerator is 15/16" - 27 TPI.
Date published: 2016-03-09
Difference between RP330 and RP18508
Hi, I would like to get an aerator with more water flow. Can you tell me the difference between RP330 and RP18508? I believe they are both 15/16 27 thread.
I have bathroom faucet model B501LF which uses RP61340. Will both of the aerators I listed work in my model?
Hi Brad, Thank you for your question!
The RP330 and RP18508 are both 2.2 gpm aerators with 15/16"-27 male threads. They will work in the place of the RP61340 which has the same thread size.
Date published: 2016-07-25
I just replaced my Delta 520 faucet with a B510LF faucet. The Delta 520 had a 2 GPM aerator. The B510LF has a 1.2 GPM aerator. The 1.2 is very slow flow. (It is not clogged.) Will a RP330 aerator work with this B510 faucet? Other Options?
Thank you for your question. The B510LF only has one aerator option which is the 1.2 gpm flow rate aerator, RP61340. I do apologize for this inconvenience.
Date published: 2018-03-16
regarding the Grail faucet...
I have an American Standard aerator: A112.18 1M, 2.2 GPM 8.3L/min, would this aerator fit the Grail 185LF-SS faucet. I truly hope so, as the Grail is the perfect design for my use. I would appreciate your earliest response as I need a faucet immediately and like this one being my first choice to another Delta faucet.
Thank a wonderful day!
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # RP330 is an aerator with a 15/16"-27 male thread. You will need to find out the thread size of your American Standard aerator to see if it matches those threads.
Date published: 2015-12-23
Is there a 2.0 or 2.2 gpm replacement aerator for Model 35713LF bathroom faucet? What is the part number? Thanks.
Thank you for your inquiry! The Delta Silverton Lavatory 35713LF faucet comes with a 1.20 GPM at 60 PSI. However, it has only one other aerator assembly RP51345 that has a maximum flow rate of 1.50 GPM at 60 PSI.
Date published: 2017-07-23
Difference Between RP330 and RP32529
What is the difference between RP330 and RP32529?
They are both listed as 2.2 GPH and appear to have same threads, etc...
I have Kitchen model 300 and Bathroom Model 522 faucets and have always used same replacement aerator.
Hi wraujr, Thank you for your question. The RP330 and the RP32529 are both 2.2 gpm aerators with a 15/16" thread pattern. The housings on the outside of the aerators are the difference between the 2 models.
Date published: 2014-09-12