Single Lever Tap Replacement Cartridge

We supply the main cartridges to be found in nearly all UK Kitchen Taps and Diverter Cartridges found in 2 lever filter (aquifier) taps.

If you need to remove your own Cartridge to compare to our Cartridges available in Store, you might find this Guide useful : How to replace a Cartridge in your Single Lever Kitchen Tap.

Height means from very top to bottom (including nub). Body Height is main body only (excludes nub, lever etc).

These cartridges can be under many different codes across the www.

First thing to do is measure your existing cartridge and compare it to the measurements below


Here are the measurements of the 35mm Cartridge – 1202R /1484R

  • 60mm Overall Height
  • 28mm Body Height
  • 35mm Diameter
  • 18mm Tap Lever Height

Here are the measurements of the 40mm  1229R Cartridge

  • 65mm Overall Height
  • 31mm Body Height
  • 40mm Diameter
  • 22mm Tap Lever Height

Here are the measurements of the 40mm 1934R Cartridge

  • 66mm Overall Height
  • 30mm Body Height
  • 40mm Diameter
  • 21mm Tap Lever Height

Here are the measurements of the 40mm 3663R Cartridge

  • 65mm Overall Height
  • 30mm Body Height
  • 40mm Diameter
  • 22mm Tap Lever Height

Here are the measurements of the 40mm Cartridge – 3427R (which has brass screw type lever)

  • 64mm Overall Height
  • 37mm Body Height
  • 40mm Diameter
  • 23mm Tap Lever Height

Here are the measurements of the Brass Diverter Cartridge 3448R

  • 48mm Overall Height
  • 29mm Diameter at thread
  • Splines 18 (2 of the 18 are slightly wider but 18 in total)

Here are the measurements of the Brass Diverter Cartridge 3466R

  • 52mm Overall Height
  • 29mm Diameter at thread
  • Splines 28

Here are the measurements of the Red Diverter Cartridge 3079R

    • Splines 14 (Covered with a Brass Casing that has 20 splines)

Here are the links to each one if you measure and it corresponds to one of them

 

 
 
 
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