The Glenwall VorMax Wall-Hung Toilet from American Standard features the powerful VorMax flushing technology. The VorMax unparelleled scrubbing action circulates water around the bowl from top to bottom, leaving it twice as clean as a conventional toilet while using a water-conserving 1.28 gallons of water. The Glenwall VorMax Wall-Hung Toilet has a 50% quieter flush than pressure-assist configurations and ensures the complete removal of paper seat covers. Features CleanCurve Rim and EverClean antimicrobial surface. Floor mount, back outlet gravity flush toilet configuration VorMax flushing technology cleans two times better than conventional toilets Combination bowl and tank, less seat Right Height elongated siphon action bowl High efficiency toilet (HET) 1.28 gpf/4.8 Lpf Meets EPA WaterSense® criteria EverClean® Antimicrobial Surface included CleanCurve rim eliminates rim area where dirt and build-up hide Creates 50% less noise than pressure-assist technology toilets Consistently flushes and removes paper seat covers unlike many pressure-assist toilets which tend to rip and leave behind paper Meets all applicable drain line carry requirements and performs just as well as all pressure-assist HETs 16-1/2" (419 mm) rim height for accessible applications 2-1/16" (52 mm) trapway Dual injection flush valves Chrome trip lever included Four color-matched bolt caps 10 year warranty (1 year commercial) Best 1,000g MaP Flush Score
- EverClean® Surface
- Water Efficient
- ADA Compliant
The Glenwall and Yorkville VorMax Toilets by American Standard
How to Install the Glenwall VorMax Toilet by American Standard
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