Polished Chrome Rite-temp Bath and Shower Valve Trim With Lever Handle, Slip-fit Spout and 2.5 Gpm Showerhead

Kohler KTS120074SCP
Fairfax Collection

Available in 3 Color(s)

Quick Specs

  • Type: Tub / Shower Faucets
 

by Kohler

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With timeless elegance, Fairfax faucets bring a graceful appeal to your bathroom. This bath and shower trim features an elegant lever handle, bath spout, and single-function showerhead, making it easy to coordinate the look of your space. Pair this trim with a Rite-Temp pressure-balancing valve, which maintains your desired water temperature during pressure fluctuations.

Features
  • Features
  • Includes valve trim, bath spout, showerarm with flange, and showerhead.
  • Single lever handle allows for simultaneous on/off activation and temperature setting.
  • Coordinates with Fairfax faucets, accessories, and showering components to complete your bathroom.
  • Includes diverter bath spout with 1/2" copper slip-fit connection.
  • Includes single function 2.5 gpm (9.5 l/min) showerhead.
  • MasterClean™ sprayface features an easy-to-clean surface that withstands mineral buildup.
Cannot ship to California, Colorado, Hawaii and Washington due to state limitations. Material
  • Material
  • Premium material construction with metal handle ensures reliability and durability.
  • KOHLER finishes resist corrosion and tarnishing.
Technology
  • Technology
  • Pressure-balancing diaphragm technology maintains outlet temperature within +/- 3 degrees Fahrenheit during water pressure fluctuations.
Installation
  • Installation
  • Trim only; requires valve to complete installation (sold separately).

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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