|Bowl Height without Seat (in.)||19||Flush Valve Size (in.)||0|
|Product Depth (in.)||18.3 in||Product Height (in.)||19 in|
|Product Width (in.)||15.3 in|
|Bowl Height||Chair Height||Bowl/Seat Shape||Round|
|Features||No Additional Features||Flushing Technology||Power Assisted|
|Flushing Type||Single Flush||Gallons Per Flush||.06|
|Handle Location||Right||Included||No Additional Items Included|
|MaP Performance Rating||Not Rated||Material||Plastic|
|Mount Location||Floor Mount||Product Weight (lb.)||7.4 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Rough In Size||10 inch Rough In|
|Seat Front Type||No Seat Included||Style||Modern|
|Toilet Type||One-Piece||Trapway Diameter (in.)||0|
|Trip Lever Location||Right Side|
|Certifications and Listings||No Certifications or Listings||Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Warranty|
A: I am unsure what part you are referring to. If you scroll down the Home Depot product listing page you will come to a section labeled “Additional Resources”. There you will find PDF’s of different product documents. If you open the one labeled “Assembl” it contains a parts breakdown with part numbers.
A: I am sorry but I am not certain what you are asking. If you scroll down the Home Depot product listing page you will come to a section labeled “Additional Resources”. There you will find PDF’s of product documents. If you open the brochure and to this product you will find it has a seat height of 17.5” Hopefully that provides the information you were looking for.
A: You would not use a wax ring on this type of toilet as it is installed in an application what moves. A wax ring has no shape memory. The wax moves and there it stays. You would want a seal that when moved returns to its shape. Also a seal that can retain shape when the area becomes excessively hot, which can happen in an environment where the temperature may not be mechanically maintained at all times. If you scroll down the Home Depot product listing page you will come to a section labeled “Additional Resources” There you will find PDF’s of product documents. If you open the one entitled, “Instructions / Assembly” It contains a break down that illustrates the included gasket.
A: If installed properly sewer gas should not emanate from this product into the surrounding space. As with residential toilets this is part of a sanitary system. In order for fluids to move in these systems air needs to move. That air will move along the path of least resistance. The system should be designed and installed so that any sewer gas moves out the vent, out of the structure rather than into a confined living space. This occurs because of proper system design and installation not because of the toilet.