How does a Delta Monitor shower work?
Also asked, how does a Delta shower valve work?
The Thermostatic Shower Valve cartridge is Delta's newest innovation, designed to keep water temperature consistent (+/- 3 degrees F) by measuring and monitoring the temperature of the water and then automatically adjusted the water mix to maintain a more precise water temperature.
Subsequently, question is, how does this shower work? So here's how the shower valve works: you turn the trim, which pulls water from your water source. Cold water goes straight to the cold pipe, while hot water makes a stop in the water heater first. Water from both pipes meets at the shower valve, which mixes it together and sends it to the shower head or tub spout.
Also to know, how do you fix a Delta Monitor shower valve?
How to Change the Cartridge of a Delta Monitor Shower Valve.
- Step 1: Gather Material Needed.
- Step 2: Turn Off the Water and Drain the System.
- Step 3: Remove Trim From the Valve.
- Step 4: Unscrew the Bonnet.
- Step 5: Remove the Old Cartridge.
- Step 6: Prepare and Install New Cartridge.
- Step 7: Replace the Bonnet Turn the Water Back on and Check for Leaks.
What does a shower diverter look like?
This type of diverter has two L-shaped valves and can be located in the center of a faucet that adjusts water temperature with a single dial or between the taps of a two-tap faucet. Turning the handle redirects water from the tub spout to the shower head after the desired shower temperature is set.