Model # T506.430.002

Internet #202103061

American Standard Moments 1-Handle Diverter Valve Trim Kit in Polished Chrome (Valve Sold Separately)

American Standard

Moments 1-Handle Diverter Valve Trim Kit in Polished Chrome (Valve Sold Separately)

  • Required valve sold separately
$6630 /each

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Polished Chrome
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Product Overview

A household monument to minimalism. This single-handle diverter trim kit is part of our modern Moments Faucet Collection. When installed with a two or three-way in-wall diverter valve (sold separately), it allows you to direct water to the showerhead or body/side sprays. Requires a separate on/off volume control. For use with R420 or R430 Rough Diverter Valve.

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Color Family
Polished Chrome
Fits Faucet Brand
American Standard
Number of Faucet Handles
Single Handle
Plumbing Part Type
Trim Kit
Trim Type
Valve Handle

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

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Customer Questions & Answers

Any chance of there being a compatible escutcheon for this kit that's at least 3" in diameter?

Asked by: krbb
All of our valves are made specifically for their trim. We do not carry universal parts either.
Answered by: tracyc
Date published: 2013-10-22

do you make an extention for the valve trim? when roughed in the diverter got pushed in to 2 3/4". no way of getting the 2 5/8" max.

Asked by: Ed
You will need to order part number 066078-0070A. this will give you an extra 3/4".
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2013-10-22

I have an R120 installed for supply with a tub faucet(incudes diverter),I would like to intall the R420 to divert the water between Showerhead and a handheld, once diverter on tub faucet is pulled. Are there any issues with doing this?

Asked by: Anonymous
You will not have any problems with this, as long as you realize the showerhead and handheld will only operate independently and not at the same time.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2013-10-22
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