Axor Starck Shower Collection Thermostatic Module Trim w/Volume Controls


1 Review

Axor Starck Shower Collection Thermostatic Module Trim w/Volume Controls


1 Review

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BrandHansgroheShop All Hansgrohe
CollectionAxor Starck Shower CollectionShop All Axor Starck Shower Collection
Model Number10751
Alternative SKUHansgrohe 10751001, Hansgrohe 10751821
  • Combines thermostat and 3 volume controls
  • 100-degree safety stop
  • Horizontal or vertical installation
  • Flow rate 15 GPM at 44PSI
  • Requires Rough for installation. Available in drop down menu
PDF Technical Diagram
CollectionAxor Starck Shower Collection
ApplicationThermostatic Control
Handle StyleKnob Style

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Hansgrohe   10751   Reviews

This item currently has 1  review
Looks great, works well, one or two minor quips

First the good...it looks fabulous. I wanted this unit because I like to have (1) thermostatic mixing valve but all other items to be volume control, NOT diverters. This does exactly that in one clean package. The bad: well, two items...first, the handles are a little "stiff" when trying to turn them. I have used american standard mixing valves and volume controls, as well as zuchetti. None of them are stiff like this. I don't know if this is normal for Hansgrohe or a problem with this particular unit, or the installation. Nonetheless it doesn't feel right, which leads to problem #2: with soapy hands, you can't turn the knobs. totally impossible. Where could this product be improved? either texture on the knobs or a "bump" on them to provide some grip.

Alan from NY —
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