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Symmons 4701-STN-TRM Satin Nickel Allura Series Shower System

SKU: 183102
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   based on 2 Reviews
100% recommend this product
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About the Symmons 4701-STN-TRM

The Symmons 4701 Allura Shower System comes in a delightful Satin Nickel finish. This shower system with lever handle features a Temptrol Pressure-Balancing mixing valve, along with a three mode shower head with arm and flange. This system comes with the rough-in valve not included. The Allure series from Symmons gives you a classic graduated design for a old-world style in any bath.

Product Details

Product:
Manufacturer: Symmons
Type: Shower Only
Style: Pressure Balancing
Rough-In Valve Series: Pressure Balance
Color: Satin Nickel
Product Collection:
Room: Bathroom
Faucet Features:
Product Theme: Basics
Bathroom Faucet Type: Shower Only Faucet
Mpn # 4701-STN-TRM
Weight 5.00 lbs.

Product Features

  • 2.5 (standard) - 2.5 gpm (9.5 L/min) flow restrictor
  • 2.0- 2.0 gpm (7.6 L/min) flow restrictor
  • 1.5- 1.5 gpm (5.7 L/min) flow restrictor
  • IPS- 1/2" female IPS connections
  • X- Integral service stops

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Rated 5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews


Rock solid Rated 5 by dutchy723
  Yes, I recommend this product.
After researching valve construction, I chose Symmons for it's all brass and stainless cartridge vs. plastic. I also installed vanity plumbing to match. As a DIY'er/ Engineer, I installed this myself in my remodel and I noticed that the components have a solid feel to them and that the valves operate very smoothly.
Originally posted on symmons.com Nov/2015


Symmons products are high quality! Rated 5 by steve v
  Yes, I recommend this product.
I used this for a customer and they were very happy with quality and function. I also have one in my own home. I love the full 360 degrees that the handle adjusts for hot water.
Originally posted on symmons.com Nov/2015

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