Polished Chrome Wave Pressure Balance Trim With Integrated Volume Control And Diverter

ROHL WA700LAPC
Wave Collection

Features

  • Metal lever handle only
  • Pressure balance concealed bath and shower mixer trim for R2014D rough valve with volume and temperature control
  • Bath to shower diverter
  • Coverplate, dome, handle, and diverter knob components made from solid brass

Quick Specs

  • Type: Shower Systems
  • Width: 7 1/8"
  • Height: 7 1/8"

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by ROHL

Handcrafted in Italy, the ROHL Italian Wave faucet series was conceived by Nevio Tellatin. Its sophisticated form instills a sense of harmony and balance using a minimum of material and an absence ornamentation. A timeless, modern beauty, exclusively from the House of ROHL, the Series is formed using a combination of precision engineering and hand finishing and polishing to create an exquisite piece of architectural plumbing hardware.

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Available Handles
  • L2 - Wave Metal Lever

Features

  • Metal lever handle only
  • Pressure balance concealed bath and shower mixer trim for R2014D rough valve with volume and temperature control
  • Bath to shower diverter
  • Coverplate, dome, handle, and diverter knob components made from solid brass
  • Rotate handle clockwise for hot, counterclockwise for cold
  • Move handle up for on, down for off
  • Polished Nickel not available
  • To complete package order R2014D rough valve

Specifications

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