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Model #2934002-D0.020

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Studio 60 in. x 36 in. Reversible Drain Bathtub with Zero Edge Profile in White

  • Durable acrylic construction with strong fiberglass reinforcement
  • Pre-leveled tub bottom for easy placement
  • Easy drop-in or undermount installation
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Product Overview

Clean up with bold, clean lines. This minimalist bathtub from our Studio Suite would make a stunning addition to any modern bathroom. Made from fiberglass-reinforced acrylic for extra durability, with lumbar support for added comfort. Available in four deck profiles (including our Zero-Edge Profile) for drop-in, undermount or Alcove installation.
  • Acrylic with fiberglass reinforcement
  • Minimalist design with contoured lumbar support
  • Pre-leveled tub bottom
  • Drop-in or undermount installation

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Price
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Ratings
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Bath Therapy TypeSoakingSoakingSoakingSoaking
Overall Width (in.)32363032
Exterior bath shapeRectangularRectangularRectangularRectangular
Drain LocationReversibleReversibleReversibleReversible
Maximum Number of Occupants1 Person1 Person1 Person1 Person
MaterialAcrylicAcrylicAcrylicAcrylic
Soaking Depth (in.)1521.87515.06317.125
Overall Length (in.)60606060
Tub/Shower FeaturesSlip-Resistant TubSlip-Resistant TubNo additional featuresBuilt-In Flange
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Specifications

Dimensions

Basin Length (in.)
60
Basin Width (in.)
36
Overall Height (in.)
22.5
Overall Length (in.)
60
Overall Width (in.)
36
Soaking Depth (in.)
21.875

Details

Bath Therapy Type
Soaking
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Drain Location
Reversible
Exterior bath shape
Rectangular
Faucet mount
Wall
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Material
Acrylic
Maximum Number of Occupants
1 Person
Maximum Number of Occupants
1
Product Weight (lb.)
95
Returnable
180-Day
Style
Minimalist,Modern
Style
Straight
Tub/Shower Features
Slip-Resistant Tub
Water capacity (gallons)
71

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ANSI Certified,ASTM Compliant
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime residential; 3 years commercial

Questions & Answers

49Questions13Answers

What is the height of the overflow or the depth of the water in the tub?

Asked by Allen March 31, 2019
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The water depth to overflow is approximately 16".

does this have a nonslip bottom finish or is it smooth?

Asked by frankieb March 2, 2020
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frankieb, All American Standard tubs have some sort of textured bottom. This American Standard Studio tub will have a pebbled effect on the bottom of the tub where you stand. For additional information about the tub itself you can reach out to American Standard directly at 1-800-442-1902. Your American Standard Consumer Connection Team.

I see two different drain models. Which one is supposed to go with 2941.102.020? Can the universal 1583.470 work, or must it be the deep soak 1640.305? 

Asked by KatieFL May 26, 2014
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Ok, so if both can work, why are there two options? One must be higher quality or easier to install. Or, is it just a cosmetic design difference? I see different measurements between the two. Please elaborate what the difference is so I might better determine best option for my application. Thanks. 

I’m trying to fine what the length and with of the basin bottom is; what are the dimensions where you sit?

Asked by Natalie August 19, 2020
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Answer

Natalie, Thanks for the question on the Studio bathtub. The sump dimensions or the bottom of the tub is 40.25" X 24" Your American Standard Consumer Connection Team.

Should a mortar bed be under the drop in tub. To prevent flexing. Or does the wood framing support the tub from flexing.

Asked by Ryan June 12, 2018
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Answer

The integral feet need to be supported along the entire length of the bottom of the tub. Mortar is recommended.

Which model number would be the appropriate choice for the undermount option?

Asked by NoelN November 13, 2010
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Hi NoelN, The different model numbers (either -D4, -D2 or -D0) refer to the deck height, which is the portion of the deck that is visible in a drop-in installation. You can undermount any of these versions as the deck is not visible - they will all look the same after installation. We typically recommend the -D0 Zero-Deck versions since it will make for the easiest installation if you are using a deck-mounted tub filler mounted close to the tub.

Is there enough room to install a 3-hole roman tub filler on the deck of the 72x36 Tile-In Studio Soaker Tub (#2941.202.020)?  It would be on the same side as the drain & overflow.

Asked by doozer November 19, 2014
1
Answer

It is possible however you would need to make sure that you install a spout long enough to fill the tub.

Can this tub be used with a deep soak drain?

Asked by September 14, 2011
1
Answer

yes

Hello. I need this model with the integral tile flange AND an apron front. I don't see an option for an apron. Is this something you can provide? Thanks.

Asked by Nicolem June 18, 2018
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Answer

American Standard does not produce and apron kit for this tub. Tile Bead Kit part number 751755-100 is a field installed tiling flange that will work with this tub.

I ORDERED THE TUB NOT BEING ABLE TO SEE THE ACTUAL MERCHANDISE, AND WHEN IT CAME TO MY HOME I AM MEASURING ON THE BACKSIDE, INSIDE THE TUB 22" X 36 1/3 ON THE LENGTH, ON THE BOTTOM FOR BOTH. NOW WHAT DO YOU DO WITH A TUB TO TAKE A BATH EVERY NIGHT AND ...

Asked by JENN THE VERY CONFUSED October 15, 2010
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Hi Jenn, The Studio 5'x36" tub has a very generous bathing well for a 5' tub. It sounds like what you need is actually a 5-1/2' or 6' tub, which has additional leg room.

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Tub a bit short for a tall person which I am not but the debts and width more than make it a spa experience! I love this tub!
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Waste & Overflow can be tempermental. It can be difficult to engage and stay in place.
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Great because it is DEEP and fit in the previous tub space. The back is slanted just right for long soaks. The contractors put it in without any trouble. The finish is easy to wipe clean.
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