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Toilet Bowl, Floor Mount, 1.6 GPF
- Item # 5WHW5
- Mfr. Model # 21-375
- UNSPSC # 30181505
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 58.0 lbs.
- ItemToilet Bowl
- Mounting StyleFloor with Back Outlet
- Bowl ShapeElongated
- Gallons per Flush1.6
- Water Surface Area14" x 11"
- Bowl Width20-1/4"
- Bowl Depth30-1/2"
- For Use With Tank TypePressure Assist Tank
- CollectionUltra Flush(R) ADA
- Rim Height17"
- Rough-In4-1/4" Vertical
- MaterialVitreous China
- StandardsADA Compliant
- Manufacturers Warranty Length10 yr.
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To answer this, the weight capcity is what the floor load will carry. This is a ADA Floor mounted toilet load capacities are applied to wall mounted toilets. The manufacturer Gerber, states the max load of this toilet is 500 LBS.
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