The St. George Two-Piece Elongated Toilet from DXV is a timeless addition to the bathroom and a tribute to the tradition of classic adornment perfected at the turn of the century. Stately, sculptural and featuring a well-proportioned design, the St. George's elongated toilet bowl provides greater comfort when in use and meets ADA accessibility guidelines. Using just 1.28 gallons per flush, this toilet is compliant with the EPA's WaterSense® program, making it highly efficient and environmentally friendly. The St. George toilet utilizes DXV's EverClean® antimicrobial glaze, which prevents the growth of bacteria, mold and mildew and ensures that all surfaces remain stain-free. This toilet is designed to visually complement other bathroom fixtures in the St. George line, all of which feature flowing curves and sculpted ridges.
- Elongated toilet bowl design with exposed trapway
- Vitreous china
- EverClean® Surface inhibits the growth of stain and odor causing bacteria, mold and mildew on the surface
- Right Height - 16-1/2" (419mm) rim height for accessible applications
- High efficiency (1.28 gpf/4.8 Lpf) 1.28 gallons per flush helps to save water
- Elongated siphon action jetted bowl with 2" fully-glazed trapway
- Includes color matched bolt caps
- Includes Duroplast slow-close toilet seat
Meets the Americans with Disabilities Act Guidelines and ANSI A117.1 Requirements for Accessible and Usable Building Facilities-Check Local Codes.
California Green Building Code Approved.
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30" x 15" x 30-3/4" (762 x 380 x 781mm)
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