Fully covered under American Standard's limited lifetime warranty
Valve constructed of solid brass, ensuring durability and dependability
Accepts all American Standard mixing valve trims and cartridges
Features female IPS inlets/outlets
Includes adjustable temperature limit stop
Sturdy mounting bracket included - prevents valve rocking
Back-to-back installation capability
Note - this is a rough-in valve only - valve trim with cartridge is required to complete unit
R125: This model
R125SS: This model with integrated service stops
R120: This model with sweat inlets/outlets
R120SS: This mdoel with sweat inlets/outlets and integrated service stops
About American Standard:
An American brand with over 140 years of innovations, American Standard is defined by experience, intelligence, and indelible influence. As the patriarch for nearly every key product category for the kitchen and bath, their offering shows a level of thoughtfulness and sophistication that could only be attributed to a company with a legacy as rich as that of American Standard. Today, professional plumbers and contemporary DIY home owners continue to turn to American Standard because they appreciate this legacy and know they can trust the innovations behind each product. It is for this reason that American Standard is so widely used within residential and commercial projects in both the United States and abroad - their products truly deliver, just as they have for generations.
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American Standard R125 Reviews
Rated 3 out of
Works almost too wellOkay...we built our home in 2010. It's wonderful and we have all American Standard faucets, shower, toilet etc. The real complaint is that our downstairs shower valve (anti-scald) keeps "popping". Meaning the water is coming out hot and then it "pops" not allowing you to continue to turn the water to hot. It's like there is a brick wall in the handle. The first time it did it (two winters ago), we replaced the valve - no big deal and we went on with life. The next year, it "popped" again and we replaced it. Again, not a big deal thinking it's keeping us safe. However, it has now done it for a third time and third year in a row. Now we have to replace it again. It's getting expensive. The upstairs shower has the exact same head/hardware/valves and we've never had a problem. So although the anti-scald thing is great, for some reason it overdoes it's job on our downstairs shower. Yes, I still recommend it for the safety feature but this is the last time I'm replacing it. It does it again and I'll get something completely different.
Date published: 2014-11-16
Rated 5 out of
Ease of useThis is the only valve that gives you volume control and temperature control in a single lever valve. It is unbeatable for the price.
Date published: 2014-01-16
Rated 4 out of
Volume ControlThis is one of the few valves on the market that provides volume control on a Pressure Balance valve at a competitive price.
Date published: 2012-04-10
Rated 4 out of
this assembly is in fact two parts, they should be sold separately, at least optional.
Date published: 2009-11-05
Which handles/trims are compatible with this rough valve?
A. The American Standard R125 does not have a specific line that it is compatible too. It is a universal valve for American Standard and will work with many of their trims.
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