Re: diverter for fixed shower head and hand held
Posted by hj on September 07, 1999 at 09:04:12:
In response to Re: diverter for fixed shower head and hand held
There are many such diverters made. Alsons being one of the more popular ones. As far as I know, they are all pushbuttons. The pushbutton is spring loaded so it returns the the original position when the water is turned off. It will be a long time before the button wears to the point that it sticks, and by that time a rotating handle would be leaking or almost too tight to turn.
: I am planning to have a fixed shower head and a
: hand-held shower head, there is no bathtub filler
: involved. I need a diverter to switch from one shower
: head to the other, after the hot/cold volume control
: made by Moen. Ideally such a device would have 3 ports.
: The only part I have found that would do this job is
: a diverter made by Kohler which is a push button type.
: This worries me in case the button could get stuck. I
: would prefer a rotating handle to do the diverting.
: Does anyone know of a company that makes such a
: product? A diverter with 4 ports might be usuable.
: Thanks in advance.




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