The Berea Collection is a statement in refined style. Carry beautiful details and amazing functionality from the lavatory, to the bath tub, to the shower with the Berea Volume Control & Diverter. Look closely and you will discover design intricacies that bring the fixture to life. The classic, elegant design will make a statement in any space. Superior construction means high quality finishes, high performance and precise handling. This trim piece will outfit the valving for Berea wall-mounted volume controls and wall-mounted 2-way and 3-way diverter rough in valves.
Weight: 1.04 kg
Compliance / Approvals
IAPMO certified to meet or exceed the following:
ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1
National Plumbing Code of Canada
Uniform Plumbing code
- Shape, finish, and texture harmonize for a bold whisper of traditional beauty with Berea. The perfect companion for modern elegance.
- This trim can be used as a volume control (with rough VC-RGH), a two-way diverter (with rough DIV-RGH) or a three-way diverter (with rough 3DV-RGH)
- Volume control controls on/off and volume functions for a single component in a shower system
- Diverters alternate water flow between two or three water outlets.
- Required roughs feature Fluhs quarter-turn ceramic disc volume control cartridge or Kerox diverter cartridge
- Required rough (sold separately):
- Volume control VC-RGH
- Two-way diverter DIV-RGH
- Three-way diverter 3DV-RGH
|Inlet connection size
||1/2" or 3/4" NPT
|Outlet connection size
||1/2" or 3/4" NPT
|Rough-in depth minimum
||VC-RGH - 2-7/8", DIV-RGH - 2-1/2", 3DV-RGH - 2-3/8"
|Rough-in depth maximum
||VC-RGH - 3-5/8", DIV-RGH - 3-1/4", 3DV-RGH - 3-1/8"
||5T1C0319NT + 5P0C0582NT
|State of MA
Bath / Shower Parts and Accessories
Available for pickup only. Once you place your order, one of our designers will contact you to arrange pickup.
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