Stainless Monitor ® 17 Series Valve Only Trim

Delta Faucet Company T17053SS
Vero Collection

Available in 3 Color(s)

Features

  • Order MultiChoice Universal rough-in separately
  • Pressure Balance control
  • Available in chrome, Venetian Bronze, Champagne Bronze, or Brilliance Stainless finishes

Quick Specs

  • Type: Shower Systems

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by Delta Faucet Company

Enhance your space with the innovative Vero® Bathroom Collection of bathroom products now available from Delta Faucet.

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  • Monitor ®: Delta Monitor® faucets feature pressure balance valves, which protect against sudden temperature or pressure changes to keep the water in the shower within a safe 3.6° F.
  • Volume Control: This option provides a single control that operates both the temperature and volume together.
  • MultiChoice ® Universal Valve: The MultiChoice ® Universal Valve allows you install one rough in the wall and then choose from three different shower functions as well as various styles.
  • Brilliance ® Finish: Many Delta products are made with Brilliance ® finishes, which resist abrasions and discolorations better than traditional brass or even chrome.
  • ADA Compliant: Some people, and some local codes, require fixtures that are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If someone may visit who has special needs, or if you believe future buyers might appreciate this feature, Delta offers a range of compliant fixtures.

Features

  • Order MultiChoice Universal rough-in separately
  • Pressure Balance control
  • Available in chrome, Venetian Bronze, Champagne Bronze, or Brilliance Stainless finishes
Valve Type Dual-function pressure balance cartridge

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Shower Systems

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