About This Product

The BV216 is a 2-outlet, 2-mode deck-mounted diverter valve with an integral backflow preventer. Itis ideal for large tub applications such as whirlpools and soaker type bathtubs allowing the consumer to smoothly switch between spouts, hand showers, or other fixtures. This diverter valve offers a seamless switchover eliminating waterhammer. It also features a patented removable backflow preventer cartridge making it serviceable from above the deck.


SPECIAL NOTES
  • The standard spline is a 20-toothed broach, but can be customized according to manufacturers’ specifications to fit any handle.
  • This BREDAVALVE® valve is easily serviceable from above the deck. Its special design utilizes a single convenient, removable patented cartridge. No special tools are required for servicing or installation.
  • Certified to CSA, IAPMO, and ASSE Standards.

BENEFITS / FEATURES
  • 2-outlet,2-mode,deck-mounted diverter valve.
  • Integral backflow preventer.
  • Cartridge easily accessible from above deck.
  • Corrosion resistant, all brass body.
  • Standard ¾” (tub) threaded and sweat connections.
  • Standard ½” M and 3/8″ F threaded connections for hand shower outlet.
  • Seamless switchover from mode eliminates waterhammer.
    Spline can be custom ordered.
  • Trim package available.
  • Flow rate for ¾” outlet is over 23 GPM @ 45 p.s.i.

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