The Kingston two-piece toilet is precision-engineered to deliver uncompromising performance and beautiful form to commercial and hospitality installations. The Class Five® flushing technology offers virtually plug-free performance, rinsing power and simple serviceability. This WaterSense®-labeled high-efficiency toilet brings you annual water savings and can contribute to obtaining LEED® credits.
- Ideal for commercial installations.
- Two-piece toilet.
- Elongated bowl offers added room and comfort.
- Comfort Height® feature offers chair-height ADA-compliant seating.
- 1.28 gallons per flush (gpf).
- Durable metal right-hand Polished Chrome trip lever included.
- 2-1/8" fully glazed trapway.
- Easy-to-service silicone seal.
- Sanitary guard where the bowl and tank meet for ease of cleaning.
- Encapsulated bolts to prevent rusting and corrosion.
- Combination consists of the K-25076 bowl and K-25100-RA tank.
- Single-flush gravity uses the force of gravity and a precision-engineered tank, bowl and trapway to create a strong siphon during flushing.
- Class Five® flushing technology offers virtually plug-free performance and rinsing power for a clean bowl.
- Class Five® canister allows water to flow out of the tank from all sides (360 degrees), increasing the power and effectiveness of the flush.
- Flush valve's 3:2 ratio harnesses the natural force of gravity and optimizes flush performance.
- Durable canister design has 90% less exposed seal material than a 3" flapper, for virtually leak-free performance.
- Three-bolt quick-connect installation.
- Standard 12" rough-in.
- Seat and supply line not included.
Professional delivery is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery for you.
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