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Common Plumbing Terms/Abbreviations
IPS: Iron Pipe Size
FIPS: Threads on the inside of fitting
MIPS: Threads on the outside of fitting
Front Style: Tub-spout threads are near the spout end
Rear-end (Wall): Tub-spout threads are near the wall end
OD: Outside Diameter
ID: Inside Diameter
Frequently Asked Questions
Q."I have a diverter tub spout and whenever I fill my tub with water from the tub spout only, I also get some dripping out of my shower head. What can I do to stop that?" A.There could be many reasons why this is happening. One possible solution is to install a twin ell which is designed to help prevent the showerhead from dripping while the tub spout (diverter style) is filling the tub.
Q."How do I adjust my telescoping tub spout?" A.Telescoping tub spouts can be adjusted by tightening or loosening the telescoping nipple inside the spout. To do this, rotate the nipple left or right a few turns to adjust the spout inlet's depth as needed.