They are of a standard design. Kohler, Toto will also fit. The Swiss Madison porcelain included a soft close seat and is much less expensive but quality is still not on par with the more popular/higher priced brands but they do not include the seat. Final cost was several hundred dollars less for each.
The bowl is sold separately as well as the wall plate (flush buttons). Most wall hung brands will fit. Toto, Kohler as well as Swiss Madison. The Swiss Madison bowls that we purchased did come with the seat included.
Answering my own question. Never mind. Now that the item arrived I see that the valve is included. Looks like it's not possible to correctly install the included valve from the inside of the tank - you have to attach the valve to the tank first and only then thread the copper fitting to the top of the valve - so you have to have access to above the tank while installation.
It appears that they are out of stock. Calling the Pro Dest is a great way to get an answer because they have a direct number to the distributor. Also 1-434-623-4766 (Swiss Madison) customer service can help. Be sure they are the correct size. A 2x4 carriage will fit between both 2x4 and 2x6 studs but a 2x6 will only fit 2x6 framing. Just a note, the drain pipe is very tight dropping through 2x4 plate. Also the 2x6 carrier is available if you do have 2x6 framing.
No, it is not ASME code compliant.
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We have been using our three toilets for over a year now with no issues. I mounted the "feet" with stainless steel lag bolts and four lag bolts into the studs. I also doubled the studs (cheap piece of mind).
I am not a Home Depot employee but I do know that the mark up in this is very low. I am a builder and they do what they can on volume bids but I didn't catch any break on the three carriers, bowls and flush plates I purchased last year. The Toto brand is nearly three hundred dollars more and the bowl does not include the seat like the Swiss Madison does. The flush plate is around half the cost as well. One thing I would say is that the Toto in-wall toilets are easier to install. I would not recommend installing them on your own unless you are an experienced plumber or handyman. For a remodel, the toilet drain must be relocated for obvious reasons.
The instructions are vague. I wrote a review stating this but for some reason it was never posted. The 3" drain pipe is not standard and they recommend sanding it until it fits. I used a 3" fernco rubber fitting and it works great. The in-tank supply valve is BPT(European) not NPT so either needs to be tapered cut to fit NPT or find a British pipe thread fitting. The frame should be mounted between doubled up 2x4 or 2x6 studs. The bowls sizes were not consistent in the three units I installed. I put a temporary piece of sheetrock up and test hung the bowls for proper install height and test the inlet and drain pipe length before I cut to fit. I recommend not using the measurements given in the install instructions. The pre cut foam pad is placed before sheetrock. I hope this helps.