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Considering the comments below what is the difference with this valve? ...R10000-UNBX
A. The Delta R10000-UN is different from the R1000-UNBX is that one of them has screwdriver stops and the other does not. The screw driver stops allow you to turn off the water at your shower in case of a leak; rather than having to turn off the water to the whole home.
What is the difference between a R10000-UN and a R10000-UNBX rough in valve?
A. The only difference between the valves is that one (UNBX) has screw driver stops. The screw driver stops allow you to turn off the water at your shower in case of a leak; rather than having to turn off the water to the whole home.
Does the delta R 10000-UN maintain temperature during drop in pressure of either H or C water?
A. The Delta R10000-UN is going to control the temperature for hot and cold water.
Which valve body is proper for T17430 trim?
A. The Delta R10000-UNBX or the Delta R10000-UNWS are the valve for the T17430 trim. The only difference between the valves is that one has screw driver stops. The screw driver stops allow you to turn off the water at your shower in case of a leak; rather than having to turn off the water to the whole home.
Does Delta R10000-UN work with Delta T17494-I?
A. Yes, the R10000 Valve is suggested for use with the Delta T17494-I Tub and Shower Faucet.
Is the Delta R10000-UN a pressure balancing valve?
The Delta R10000-UN is a pressure balance mixing valve.
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