Description: Rough in size: 10 Powerful, quiet siphon jet flushing action ow consumption, 1.28 GPF / 4.8 LPF, when used with High Efficiency Flushometer Valve Elongated front bowl Floor mounted toilet High efficient: Yes Rough in size (rough in size: Alternate) ...
Description: Double cyclone flushing system, low consumption (1.28GPF/4.8LPF) SanaGloss ceramic glaze prevents debris and mold from sticking to ceramic surfaces, leading to fewer chemicals and less water in cleaning Universal height Decorative one piece design with low profile tank Elongated front ...
Description: Features: Two piece toilet includes bowl and tank. Neo Venetian collection. Tank lever and bolt caps in polished chrome finish. High grade, non porous vitreous china construction. Scratch resistant and easy to clean. Chair height elongated toilet bowl and silent ...
Modern Toilets are characterized
by simple designs that seem to
promote function instead of
overly-decorative designs. This
design usually highlights a
streamlined form and are very
geometric. Traditional Toilets
are characterized by balanced
symmetry, classic lines, and a
identifiable look. Traditional
toilets often have decorative
iGravity Flush - These are the most common; when the toilet is flushed, gravity pulls water from the tank to wash the bowl.
Pressure-Assisted - These use the pressure in your water lines to compress air in a pressure tank, which is released along with the water when the toilet is flushed. This is a more forceful flush often clears the bowl better than some gravity toilets, but can be noisy, and requires a minimum household pressure of 25 psi.
Vacuum-Assisted - These have a chamber in the tank that pulls air out of the trap beneath the bowl to suck water downward with more force.
Dual-Flush - These toilets are most often gravity toilets, and have both a half-flush and a full-flush option. Some have two buttons or a split button on the top, others have a traditional flush lever that can be pushed up or down to vary the flush volume.