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Delta T17459-SS Trinsic Series Tub/Shower Trim

SKU: 285808
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About the Delta T17459-SS

The Delta T17459-SS is a Trinsic Series Tub/Shower Trim. This shower trim features a Monitor 17 Series Pressure Balanced Bath Mixing Valve, an H2OKinetic shower head, a shower arm and flange, a back-to-back installation capability, a solid brass construction, a lever handle for precise volume control, a pull-up diverter tub spout, a temperature adjustment dial, and a field adjustable hot water zone limit. This trim kit requires an R10000 Series MultiChoice Universal Rough Valve Body, which is sold separately. This model comes in a classic, Stainless Steel finish.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Delta
Use: Water
Type: Tub and Shower
Style: Valve Trim
Product Collection:
Bathroom Faucet Type: Tub & Shower Faucet
Faucet Part Type: Trim Kits
Mpn # T17459-SS
Shipping Dimensions 8.9" x 8.5" x 5.2"
Weight 6.75 lbs.

Product Features

  • Valve Type: Dual-function pressure balance cartridge
  • Flow Rate: 2.0 gpm @ 80 psi, 7.6 L/min @ 550 kPa
  • Spray Settings: H2Okinetic Spray


Rated 4 out of 5 based on 1 reviews

very attractive! Rated 4 by psychetri
  Yes, I recommend this product.
I am very impressed with this product. It has a high quality appearance and it is well made. My plumber even commented on the level of quality. I recently added an extension arm on to the shower head to bring it out from the wall. I am only 5'2" tall and with the extension, I have less water running down the shower wall that the head is installed on. I did have some difficulty figuring out how to get the water hot enough. My plumber tried to make the adjustment twice and ended up removing the scald guard mechanism. Now it is perfect. No kids in the house, so it isn't a safety concern.
Originally posted on Jun/2013

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