Book smarts, beautifully applied. This Princeton® Collection bathtub is made of Americast®, our revolutionary alternative to cast iron that's more durable and lighter. Features a glossy porcelain finish, beveled headrest, lumbar support, slip-resistant surface and a factory-installed overflow drain. Above-floor rough alcove installation. Learn more about Americast.
Americast® is our proprietary, revolutionary alternative to cast iron that's more durable, lighter and costs less to install. Thanks to inherent manufacturing advantages, Americast bathtubs can be made deeper, flatter and roomier than their cast iron counterparts.
Americast Brand Engineered Material Above-floor rough installation Glossy porcelain finish Recessed bath with integral apron and tiling flange Extra wide ledge for placement of toiletries Integral lumbar support Beveled headrest Full slip-resistant surface End drain outlet New integral base Factory-installed overflow Drain stopper and escutcheon included ADA compliant with seat installed at head end Princeton tubs designed for above-floor-rough installation have a raised bathing well floor to allow above-floor drain installation. Please refer to Product Specification Sheet for actual bathing well depth.
NEW and IMPROVED StanSure™ slip-resistant textured surface that is:
Easier to clean and stays cleaner longer
- Americast Brand Engineered Material
- Above-floor rough installation
- Glossy porcelain finish
- Recessed bath with integral apron and tiling flange
- Extra wide ledge for placement of toiletries
- Integral lumbar support
- Beveled headrest
- Full slip-resistant surface
- End drain outlet
|Bath Therapy Type
|Fitting Handle Material
||Alcove Rectangular Bath Tub
|Tub Water Capacity
||10 Year Limited Warranty
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