The KOHLER® Modflex Adjust-a-Bowl is a revolutionary retrofit solution for replacing wall-mounted toilets with floor-mounted toilets. The Modflex Adjust-a-Bowl features an innovative adjustable-height connector that attaches to the existing wall carrier and outlet. It is designed to cover the current wall bowl footprint and requires no refinishing of wall or floor. This retrofit solution saves thousands of dollars in labor and material costs compared to a gut renovation and minimizes lost revenue due to an out-of-service room.
- Elongated bowl.
- Siphon jet.
- 1.28 (4.8 lpf) or 1.6 gpf (6 lpf) depending on flushometer specified.
- 10-1/2" (266 mm) x 7-1/2" (190 mm) water surface.
- Minimal design detail and partially concealed skirt for ease of cleaning.
- Easy-to-clean low-profile bolt caps.
- Pair with KOHLER® flushometers and seats for a complete solution.
- Wall-to-floor toilet conversion solution, perfect for healthcare or any other facility interested in addressing load concerns.
- Supports static load of 2,500 lbs.
- Eliminates need for a gut renovation to remove in-wall carrier and outlet and install new floor outlet.
- Adjustability allows toilet to attach to outlet of the horizontal branch, even if positioned next to the vertical stack.
- Engineered for strong flush performance in buildings with lower water pressure or flow.
- 1-1/2" rear spud.
- Included brackets attach to wall carrier and secure bowl to both wall and floor.
- Designed to cover existing footprint of any wall bowl on the market.
- Adjustable connector enables replacement of wall-mount bowls with rim heights from 15" to 18".
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