I want to add in a few extra functions to my shower set up. I presently have a T11900-SS 3 port, 6 function diverter. I want to have my regular shower head off 1 one port and then have an overhead rain showerhead off another port. I want to be able to run the regular shower head alone, the overhead rain showerhead alone and then both at the same time. Looking at the schematics, it looks like I will cap off port 3 and use only 3 of the 6 diverter settings. Is this correct?
Hi Tropicden, Thank you for your question. You are correct about how you want to plumb the R11000 diverter rough to operate 2 showerheads. You will need to plug the 3 o-clock port and run the heads from the 2 remaining ports. The T11800-SS trim 3 setting diverter trim will come with the diverter cartridge that will allow you to operate the showerheads individually or both at the same time. The T11900-SS is the 6 setting diverter trim that would allow you to operate your 2 showerheads plus another feature like a hand shower or body sprays.
Date published: 2015-05-18
Which valve, divereter, and body spray rough in do I order for my shower set up
I am confused over all the different answers I have been getting regarding my new shower set up.. I am wanting to install a rain head shower on the ceiling and two body sprays on opposite ends of the shower. I want the body sprays to come on together under one setting and the shower head to work separately. I also want to be able to have all three on at the same time. How do I achieve this and which rough in valves do I need to order without losing pressure when all three are functioning at the same time.
Please list model numbers taking in consideration that I have not decided on my trim finish style at this point but want a brushed nickel modern finish so would like a universal setup. Which rough in valve, diverter and rough in body valves would i order?
Hi Zee, Thank you for your question. You will need to order the R10000-UNBXHF rough, the shower trim of your choice (17 series thermostatic offers highest flowrate) , the R11000 diverter rough, and the matching 3 setting diverter trim T118XX. Some of the body sprays require a separate rough but not all models do. The T50001 body sprays require the R50001 body spray rough and the new hydrachoice body sprays require the R50200 rough.
Date published: 2015-01-29
I have a shower head and a handheld,
Which diverter valve should I use to have my showerhead work only, my handheld work only and then both work at the same time
Thank you for your question. A 3-Setting diverter trim and R11000 rough-in valve will allow you to divert water to either component individually or both. The diverter trim kit will come with the needed cartridge.
Please click the link below to find a 3-Setting Diverter Trim to match your shower valve.
Date published: 2017-07-19
I have plugged the 9 o’clock outlet and want to use the 3 o’clock outlet because of how my shower is laid out and limited room for plumbing.
Where can I buy the diverter cartridge to do this?
Thank you for your inquiry, Mlbohio! If you are capping the left port, instead of the right port of the diverter valve assembly, you need to install the 6-setting diverter cartridge assembly RP51919. You would have a few dead spot, but you will also have the 2 individual and 1 shared settings.
Date published: 2018-03-20
How to identify 3 function from 6 function?
How do I identify the 3 function diverter cartridge from the 6 function unit just by looking at it?
Thank you for your question. If you take a look at the bottom of each of the cartridges, there is a difference.
Delta Faucet model # RP51918, the 3-function diverter is white on the bottom.
Delta Faucet model # RP51919, the 6-function diverter is gray on the bottom.
Date published: 2018-10-26