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Rough In Valve Required
Fully covered under American Standard's limited lifetime faucet warranty
Components forged from the highest quality brass alloy
Superior finishing process - finishes are covered under limited lifetime warranty
Shower Package Includes: shower head, valve trim, shower arm and flange
The Berwick Collection ties fluid elegance with defined precision
With a ribbon-like style, Berwick remains steadily classic, yet is reminiscent of sleek, streaming design
Luxurious rain shower head
Single function cartridge - one handle controls both volume and temperature
Pressure balancing valve cartridge included – plugs into valve body
Ultra-secure mounting assembly
Integral unions - no soldering required
Includes plaster guard for leak-testing prior to handle installation
Rough-in valve sold separately - when adding to cart, this item will be presented
Lifetime warranty: As an American company, American Standard showers are built tough. Their products live longer in one place than most people do. Drip-free ceramic disc valves, high-grade lead-free brass alloys, and turbine shower heads cables name just a few of the features which make American Standard showers the industry’s longest lasting. To back this up, all American Standard showers are covered under a lifetime warranty.
Indestructible Finishes: Through employing only the best finishing practices, such as physical vapor deposition, American Standard shower finishes are some of the strongest in the industry. When the finish is actually incorporated into the brass, rather than a coating on the outside, the result is a flawless appearance that eliminates tarnishing, pitting, and peeling while hiding scratches. For this reason, American Standard shower finishes are fully covered under the lifetime warranty.
TRIMendous Universal Valve Bodies: Should you ever change your mind about the style of your bathroom and wish to change out the fixtures, this shower trim package can easily be swapped out for any other American Standard shower trim without having to break into the wall and replace the valve. The Universal valve body and trim assemblies make the switch a breeze.
Valve Trim Specifications:
A swinging temperature dial allows for pin-point water control
Escutcheon Diameter: 7-1/4" W
Includes pre-set safety stop with override capability
Rough-in valve is sold separately (when adding to cart, valve will be offered)
Shower Head Specifications:
Single function shower head with full-body spray pattern
Shower head rotates on a swivel ball assembly for complete versatility
Flow Rate: 2.5 GPM (gallons-per-minute)
Shower Head Width: 6-3/4"
Shower Arm Length: 12"
Adjustable wall flange
T430.501: This model
T430.502: This model + tub spout
T430.507: This model + FloWise Technology
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.
Can this shower head be installed on the Green Tea shower arm and flange (part #M9626270020A)? Also, it appears on this shower set that the control is for both volume and temperature. Is that correct?
A. The American Standard T430.501 is capable of being installed on other shower arms, and the valve does control the hot, cold and pressure.
I currently have American Standard Hampton which uses R110 valve. I noticed a question answered below regarding valve and you mentioned R110SS. What's the difference between R110 and R110SS? Will I be able to use this model .501 with just R110 (minus SS)?
A. The American Standard T430.501 will work with either the R110 or the R110SS. The R110SS has the screwdriver stops while the R1100 does not.
Is a rough in valve required?
A. The American Standard T430.501 must be installed with a rough in valve. The rough in valve for this model is the American Standard R110ss.
We don't need the shower head & arm. Do you sell just the shower trim?
A. We do have just the trim for the American Standard T430.501. The item number is American Standard T430.500.
Can I purchase the shower arm as a part?
A. The American Standard T430.501 shower arm M962847-YYY0A is available for purchase. If you have any other questions please call 800-375-3403 x725 for Jordan. I hope this helps.
Can the shower head height be more an 5?
A. Yes. We also have: American Standard 1660.683 10" Modern Rain Shower Head.
Does this unit come with a tub spout & diverter? Not shown in pix.
A. No, this is a shower only. A tub and shower would come with a tub spout and diverter but a shower only does not. The American Standard T430.502 is the tub and shower trim from this series. Thanks
To operate the lever, do you turn and pull, or turn only?
A. The American Standard T430.501 is a pull and turn handle.
do you have to use this specific rough-in valve? or can it be from an existing shower head/trim kit?
A. The American Standard T430.501 requires a specific rough-in valve - we suggest using the R110SS or R115SS Valves. The R110SS has Direct Sweat Connections with Service Stops, and the R115SS valve has Female Thread Inlets with Service Stops. While an older American Standard valve might possibly work, another brand valve simply will not.
Can the flow rate be increased?
A. The American Standard T430.501 has a maximum allotted flow rate of 2.5 GPM.
Can the shower head be tilted?
A. The American Standard T430.501 can be tilted. it is on a rotation joint where it attaches to the shower arm.
Can this product be combined with a hand held shower? If so, what parts would be needed to have the shower head and hand held be on at the same time?
A. The American Standard T430.501 will require the American Standard T430.430 diverter to be used with a hand shower.
Does this product come with a shower arm?
A. The American Standard T430.501 has a shower arm included. The shower arm extends 12 inches out from the wall.
What are the difference between these rough-in valves: R110, R110SS, R115, R115SS, R117, and R117SS? And what is the recommended model to be used with this shower?
A. The American Standard T430.501 is recommended for use with all these valves. The differences are: the R110 requires a copper connection. The 'SS' is the screwdriver stops. This means it has set screws, that when tightened, shut off the water to the shower head. The R115 is the IPS version, meaning it requires threaded iron pipe. The R117 is for Pex Pipe and requires a pex pipe connection.
Do you sell just the showerhead and arm?
The American Standard T430.501 includes the 1660.194 shower arm and 1660.681 shower head.
The Berwick Collection from American Standard incorporates fluid elegance with precision and quality parts combining to complete this full line of bathroom faucets. This collection remains one of the most popular, and classic collections by American Standard. The Berwick collection remains classic, while still fitting in a sleek, straming design that has a subtle flair that is sure to bring an excellent look to any bathroom.
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