3-hole basin group with high spout, 1/2"" valve,1/2”T piece and 1”1/4 pop-up waste set.
Thermostatic concealed shower mixer, with stop valve. 3/4” Connections with adapters to 1/2”.
To combine with concealed body art. 27885.
Thermostatic concealed shower mixer, with diverter with flow regulator. 3/4” Inlets with adapter to 1/2”. 1/2” outlets.
To combine with concealed body art. 27886.
Concealed 4-way diverter with stop (1-in / 3-out). To use with concealed thermostatic shower mixer. 1/2” Inlet and 1/2” outlets.
To combine with concealed body art. 27892.
Concealed 4-way diverter without stop (1-in / 3-out). To use with concealed single-lever shower mixer. 1/2” Inlet and 1/2” outlets.
To combine with concealed body art. 27893.
Concealed stop valve with 3/4” connections with adapters to 1/2”.
To combine with concealed body art. 27891.
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