Polished Chrome Transfer Valve Trim With Cross Handle

Kohler KT731403CP
Composed Collection

Available in 3 Color(s)

Quick Specs

  • Type: Shower Systems
 

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Timeless and deliberate, the Composed collection embodies the beautifully understated elements of minimalist design. By eliminating unnecessary details, the collection is designed to elicit an emotional response with its stark, refined beauty. Pair this shower trim with a Rite-Temp® pressure-balancing valve, which maintains your desired water temperature during pressure fluctuations.

Features
  • Features
  • Includes face plate with handle.
  • Single handle controls flow to outlets.
  • Cross handle.
  • When used with K-728 Series MasterShower diverter valves, handle controls flow to two or three outlets individually or any two outlets at a time.
  • When used with K-737 Series MasterShower diverter valves, handle controls flow to two or three outlets individually or only one outlet at a time.
  • Valve (not supplied) can be configured on site for two or three outlet operation.
  • 360 degree handle rotation with three-outlet operation.
  • 120 degree handle rotation with two-outlet operation.
  • Complements Composed faucets and accessories.
Material
  • Material
  • Premium material construction with metal handle ensures reliability and durability.
  • KOHLER finishes resist corrosion and tarnishing.
Installation
  • Installation
  • Trim only; requires valve to complete installation (sold separately).
  • Patented K-joint installation technology ensures consistent trim appearance, regardless of variability in valve rough-in.

Specification Sheet

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