Installation Manual

Installation Manual
SPEAKMAN COMPANY
SM- Regency/Royale Valve, Showerhead, Tub Spout, & Combo Series
Installation, Maintenance & Operation Instructions
DESCRIPTION
Speakman Sentinel Mark II Regency/Royale concealed anti-scald balanced pressure shower /bath valve & combinations. Chrome
plated brass wall plate (Regency). Chrome plated plastic wall plate (Royale). Chrome plated brass lever handle. Adjustable
temperature limit stop. Brass body. Piston type pressure balancing/ceramic regulating cartridge assembly with built-in check
valves. Can be installed back to back. Roughing-in template. S-2270-AF COSMOPOLITAN® showerhead (If applicable), S2280-AF Anystream wall mounted showerhead (If applicable), or Chrome Plated VS-100 Handheld Shower (If applicable) with
flow control device reduces flow to 2.5 GPM/9.46 LPM maximum to meet existing ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1 Standard.
Chrome plate brass shower arm and wall flange (If applicable). Chrome plated tub spout (If applicable). Four port valve with ½”
female copper sweat inlets and shower outlet. ½” NPT female tub outlet. Meets ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1 & ASSE 1016
standards.
SPECIFICATIONS
SUPPLY: ½” FEMALE COPPER SWEAT INLETS & SHOWER OUTLET; ½” NPT FEMALE TUB OUTLET (VALVE)
FLOW RATE: 2.5 GPM/9.46 LPM MAX. (SHOWERHEAD AND/OR HANDHELD SHOWER, IF APPLICABLE)
SHIPPING WEIGHT: 3.5 LBS (SM-3000)
OPTIONS
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1 - S-2251 Showerhead
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4 - S-2220-AF Showerhead
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AP - Anchor Plate (S-2280-AF
Showerhead Only)
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2 - S-2252-AF Showerhead
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6 - S-2288-AF Showerhead
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2VR - S-2252-AF Vandal
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VH- White Vinyl Hose (Combo
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Resistant Showerhead
9 - S-2292-AF Showerhead
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 IS - Integral Stops
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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w/Handheld Shower Only)
LH - Less Showerhead
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BJ - Ball Joint (S-2280-AF
Showerhead Only)
3 - S-2253-AF Showerhead
7 - S-2291-AF Showerhead
Important- Read these instructions before installing the valve. Use the correct “Rough-in Diagram” for the unit that is being
installed. Maximum water pressure: 125 PSI static; minimum water pressure: 20 PSI flowing; maximum supply temperature: 160° F;
minimum supply temperature: 40° F. Use a suitable sealant on all threaded connections and when soldering, it is recommended to
remove the integral stop valve parts (If applicable) and VC/DIV cartridge (If applicable). The valve rough-in adjustments are 2-1/2”
to 3-1/2” from the finished wall to the centerline of the hot & cold inlets of the valve body.
1) Referring to the correct “Rough-in Diagram” for the unit that is being installed
(See the back page or the separate insert sheet), install the hot & cold supply
lines for the valve, making sure they are on an accurate horizontal plane.
Taking the valve assembly, making sure the “UP” on the valve bonnet is in the
up position, connect the hot supply line to the left side of the valve & the cold
supply line to the right (marked “BLUE”) side of the valve. Make sure the
valve is straight, level, & positioned properly in the wall (See Figure 1). See
Page 2 for “Back-To-Back” valve installation instructions.
2) Slip the rough-in template over the valve control spindle. If the opening in the
wall is smaller then the outside diameter of the template, trace the outside
diameter of the template, remove the template, and recut the opening in the
wall. Slip the template onto the valve again until the template bottoms out on
the top of the valve bonnet (See Figure 2). Note- When installing a valve with
the built-in volume control/diverter feature, make sure the template is
positioned so the brass “VC/DIV” spindle is in the relieved area of the
template. The finished wall should fall between the minimum and maximum
limits of the template if the valve has been installed properly. Leave the
template in place if the finished wall has to be installed. The template will
insure the proper size opening for repair accessibility, as well as protect the
valve from damage during the finished wall installation.
3) Install the rough piping and transfer valve (If applicable) to the shower and/or tub outlets of the valve. If the installation is
only using one outlet, be sure to plug the other outlet with the provided pipe plug. Check connections for leaks. If applicable,
construct the finished wall.
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4) With the necessary opening(s) in the finished wall, assemble the accessory(s) to the rough piping (Important- See separate
“Accessory Installation Instructions” supplied with some of the accessories). With the rough-in template removed & the valve
turned OFF, turn both the hot & cold water supplies ON. Using the handle, operate the valve checking all the connections for
leaks.
5) To limit the maximum hot water temperature the valve delivers, adjust the valve’s temperature limit stop (TLS) plate (See
Figure 3). Slip the retaining o-ring and the TLS plate towards the end of the spindle. Rotate the valve handle clockwise to the
maximum desired hot water temperature. Position the TLS plate so it contacts the lug on the valve bonnet and therefore
restricts the clockwise rotation of the handle. Slip the retaining o-ring back into the groove of the spindle. Turn off the valve
and remove the handle.
Note- For valve with built-in volume control/diverter feature,
make sure the brass “VC/DIV” spindle is in the center position
(spindle flats in the vertical position).
6) Slip the trim sleeve onto the spindle and valve. ImportantRotate the sleeve so that the lug on the valve bonnet is in the pie
shaped opening of the sleeve (See Figure 4). Apply clear
silicone sealant to the backside outer flat surface of the wall
plate. For valve with a brass wall plate, make sure the threaded
boss in the wall plate is below the center hole. Carefully slip the
wall plate onto the trim sleeve and “VC/DIV” spindle (If
applicable). Properly position against the finished wall. Fasten
the wall plate to the valve using the (2) long wall plate screws.
Do not over tighten the wall plate screws. Wipe off any excess
sealant from around the outer edge of the wall plate. If
applicable, remove clear protective sheet from top of index
plate. Slip the index plate over the trim sleeve and fasten to the
wall plate with the screw & flat washer provided. Properly
position the handle onto the valve spindle and screw into place.
Push index button into the handle.
BACK-TO-BACK INSTALLATION
On this type of installation, the balancing/regulating cartridge must be rotated 180° on the valve on which the hot & cold inlets are
reversed. Refer to Figure 5 on the next page for the proper positioning of the balancing/regulating cartridge.
1) Make sure the hot & cold water supplies are shut OFF. With the valve in the OFF position, remove the (4) valve bonnet
screws. Carefully remove the bonnet. Remove the balancing/regulating cartridge from the valve body by pulling on the valve
spindle or the blue cap of the cartridge. Make sure the lower rubber quad rings (2) are properly installed in bottom of the
cartridge and not in the valve body.
2) Reposition the balancing/regulating cartridge per the Figure 5 drawing. Push cartridge into valve body.
3) Make sure the large bonnet o-ring seal is installed and seated properly in the valve body. Reassemble the valve bonnet, making
sure the “UP” on the bonnet is in the up position. Tighten the (4) bonnet screws.
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OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Important- Both hot and cold water supplies must be FULL on for the valve to operate properly.
Rotate the valve handle clockwise to the desired temperature. To shut the valve OFF, rotate the handle counter clockwise. Volume
control/diverter models have an additional lever handle located at the top of the wall plate. The center position (12 o’clock) turns
both the shower and tub discharge off. Clockwise rotation of this handle turns the shower discharge on and controls the discharge
volume from the shower outlet of the valve. Counter clockwise rotation of this handle turns the tub discharge on and controls the
discharge volume from the tub outlet of the valve. On volume control/diverter model, make sure the main valve handle is turned to
the OFF position when the shower/bath is not in use.
MAINTENANCE (CARE and CLEANING)
The shower/bath valve is washerless and requires no routine maintenance. The valve uses a cartridge that has a piston type
balancing module & a ceramic regulating module. There are no seat washers or packing to repair. For servicing the valve, see the
instructions below. The gleaming finish of your SPEAKMAN Regency/Royale valve can be cleaned by using mild soap and warm
water. Dry immediately with a soft, clean cloth for best results.
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
1) Shut off the hot & cold water supplies to the valve. Remove handle index button & handle. Remove index screw & index (If
applicable). Remove wall plate screws (2) & wall plate.
2) With the valve in the OFF position, remove the (4) valve bonnet screws. Carefully remove the bonnet
3) If necessary remove the balancing/regulating cartridge from the valve body by pulling on the valve spindle or the blue cap of
the cartridge. Make sure the lower rubber quad rings (2) are installed in the bottom of the cartridge and not in the valve body.
4) Replace the necessary parts with new parts. When replacing the balancing/regulating cartridge, make sure that the rubber quadrings (2) are properly installed in the recesses on the bottom of the cartridge. These quad-rings seal over the hot & cold inlet
holes inside the body. When replacing the cartridge, refer to Figure 5 for proper positioning of cartridge.
5) Make sure the large bonnet o-ring seal is installed and seated properly in the valve body. Reassemble the valve bonnet, making
sure the “UP” on the bonnet is in the up position. Tighten the (4) bonnet screws. Turn ON the hot & cold water supplies. Check
valve for leaks. If necessary, adjust the TLS plate (See Step 5 of the installation instructions).
6) Reassemble the trim parts, reversing the above procedure.
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REPAIR / REPLACEMENT PARTS
ITEM NUMBER
PART OR GROUP NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RPG49-0126
RPG05-0718
RPG03-0259-RCP
RPG03-0365-RCP
RPG03-0366-RCP
RPG49-0076
RPG05-0843
RPG49-0005
RPG05-0847
BONNET O-RING
BONNET, SCREWS (4), & O-RING REPAIR GROUP
STANDARD VALVE SPINDLE, WASHERS (2), & O-RINGS (2) REPAIR GROUP
1” LONGER VALVE SPINDLE, WASHERS (2), & O-RINGS (2) REPAIR GROUP
1-1/2” LONGER VALVE SPINDLE, WASHERS (2), & O-RINGS (2) REPAIR GROUP
SPINDLE O-RING REPAIR GROUP (4 O-RINGS PER BAG)
BALANCING/REGULATING REPAIR CARTRIDGE (COMPLETE w/SPINDLE)
LOWER QUAD RINGS (2) FOR BALANCING/REGULATING CARTRIDGE
VOLUME CONTROL/DIVERTER CERAMIC REPAIR CARTRIDGE
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