What model of aerator wrench do I need for this aerator?
I have faucet model B3310LF.
Hi Joereform, Thank you for your question. There is not a specific sized wrench recommended to remove the RP61893 aerator. A strap wrench or channel locks will work to remove the aerator. Make sure to protect the aerator housing if using channel locks or pliers.
Date published: 2018-03-09
Is an adapter available for this aerator?
I had a Delta Model B2310LF, two handle kitchen faucet installed the other day. It replaced an aging Eljer brand faucet. I wanted to use the swiveling aerator I used with the Eljer, but when I removed the aerator on the new Delta, I saw it had male treads, but the swiveling aerator had female treads. I also saw that the male treads on the Delta aerator were too big to fit on the swiveling aerator. The spec sheet said the Delta aerator measures 15/16" 27 male, but the swiveling aerator took the Eljer's "standard" 7/8" treads.
QUESTION: Is there a male to male adapter that fits the Delta faucet on one end and fits a "standard" aerator on the other end? I also used on the Eljer faucet an adapter to fit a garden hose. So I really need such a male to male adapter.
Thank you for your attention. I await your reply.
Thank you for your question. We do not manufacture an adpater to fit your 7/8 threads. However, we do manufacture a swivel aerator that will fit our faucet with Delta Faucet model # RP63137.
Date published: 2013-10-22