White RIOSE One-Piece Toilet

Icera C620001
Riose Collection

Available in 2 Color(s)

Quick Specs

  • Type: Toilets
 

RIOSE One-Piece Toilet
EPA WaterSense 1.28 gpf
Chair-Height, Elongated Seat

The clean, contemporary styling of the Riose one-piece toilet complements a wide range of bath environments. With a chair-height and elongated seat designed for comfort, the Riose represents the perfect combination of form and function.

Using Icera's EcoQuattro flushing technology, the Riose offers exceptional performance and water efficiency as well. It is EPA WaterSense-compliant, using only 1.28 gallons per flush and capable of clearing over 1,000 grams MaP in testing (as compared to an industry average of only 350 grams). With an oversized 2-1/8" trapway (larger than industry standard), clogging is virtually eliminated. Best of all, the flush mechanism is quiet.

A premium, "silent close" toilet seat is included. The package also includes all accessories needed for in-home installation (basic tools are required), and comes with an installation guide.

Attributes
> Vitreous china one-piece toilet
> Chair-height 16-1/2" (420 mm) bowl rim
> Elongated bowl
> Soft-close seat and cover

Action
> HET (high-efficiency toilet)
> 1.28 gallons (4.8 liters) per flush
> Oversized 3" flush valve, chemical-resistant flapper
> Siphon-jetted, 2-1/8" trapway
> Fully-glazed internal trap-way
> 9" x 7" water surface area
> 100% factory flush tested

Accessories Included
> Toilet seat and cover, with slow-close hinges
> Plastic bolt caps (2 each)
> Solid metal trip lever

Nominal Dimensions
> 28-3/4" x 17-1/2" x 28"
> 730 x 445 x 710 mm

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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