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Technologies / Benefits:
Lifetime Warranty with In-Home Service: This tub is covered under the industry’s only Limited Lifetime Warranty with free lifetime in-home service. This speaks volumes to the quality of American Standard tubs.
Deep Soak: This patented overflow system works with an exclusive drain, positioned significantly higher within the bathing well. With water depths reaching 2” to 4” deeper than other bathtubs, Deep Soak tubs allow for better full-body submergence.
Americast: 7 years in the making, Americast’s unique three-layer construction consists of a smooth porcelain-enamel finish on high-quality alloy, backed by an injection-molded structural composite. It offers the same structural thickness and rich enamel colors as cast-iron, but is half the weight, and does a better job at retaining heat, preventing chips / crazing, and absorbing sound.
Overall Length: 60" (head-to-toe measurement when lying inside the tub)
Overall Width: 32" (shoulder-to-shoulder measurement when lying inside the tub)
Overall Height: 17-3/4" (exterior height from base structural support to top of tub lip)
Water Depth: 14" (height from tub floor drain to overflow outlet)
Maximum Water Capacity: 50-gallons
Installation Type: Alcove
Bath Type: Soaking
Drain Location: Left
Country of Origin: USA
About American Standard:
An American brand with over 140 years of innovations, American Standard is defined by experience, intelligence, and indelible influence. As the patriarch for nearly every key product category for the kitchen and bath, their offering shows a level of thoughtfulness and sophistication that could only be attributed to a company with a legacy as rich as that of American Standard. Today, professional plumbers and contemporary DIY home owners continue to turn to American Standard because they appreciate this legacy and know they can trust the innovations behind each product. It is for this reason that American Standard is so widely used within residential and commercial projects in both the United States and abroad - their products truly deliver, just as they have for generations.
A. Thank you for your question. The American Standard 2460.002 does sit on the floor
What is the degree of angle on the slope of the back rest?
A. The American Standard 2460.002 doesn't have a specified backrest "grade". We can infer that it slopes very sharply, reaching the bottom of the well from the rim after about 3" of horizontal distance. This is derived from using the manufacturer specification sheet, and other measurements presented.
Description states a left hand drain, but can it be purchased with a right hand drain?
A. The American Standard 2460.002 is a left hand drain, the American Standard 2461.002 is a right hand drain.
Does this tub have armrests? If not, are there any American Standard tubs that do have armrests? Thanks very much.
A. The American Standard 2460.002 does not have armrests, but it does have an option for drilling for a grab bar. I would suggest looking at the Kohler K-1123-LA for a tub with armrests.
How deep and wide is this tub?
A. The American Standard 2460.002 is 60 x 32 x 17-3/4 In. (outside dimensions) & 54" x 26" x 17"(bathing well dimensions). Hope this helps!
How does Americast compare with Vikrell? Which one would be less prone to scratching? Thanks.
A. Vikrell is an acrylic composite material, while Americast is a cheaper lighter alternative to Cast Iron. They are both scratch resistant.
Is the back of the tub sloped at an angle, so the bather's back is supported or is it more straight?
A. The American Standard 2460.002 bath tub has an Integral lumbar support with a beveled headrest.
What type of shower surrounds are compatible with this model ?
A. Any shower surround with compatible measurements will work with this tub.
Can I use a Kohler K-11660 drain assembly with the American Standard 2460.002 tub?
A. The American Standard 2460.002 is recommended to be used with items American Standard 1583.470 or American Standard 1640.305.
I read a review that said this tub is very slippery. Can you comment on the texture of the base of the tub? (This will be used for both bathing and showering and I'm concerned about safety.)
A. The American Standard 2460.002 has a slip-resistant cover so it will not be slippery like most models.
Why does this tub show 2 tub wastes required?? And does this tub come with a right hand drain?
A. The American Standard 2461.002 is the right hand drain model. The tub waste showing required twice is just an error that needs to be fixed and will be corrected soon. Thank you.
Can I install a shower door with this tub or are the ledges slopped?
A. The American Standard 2460.002 can have a shower door installed with this item
What is the slope/angle of the back of the tub?
A. The American Standard 2460.002 is has a slope of the back of the tub is 26 degrees.
What is the weight of this tub?
The American Standard 2460.002 weighs 118 lbs.
Is the Americast tub easy to clean?
The Americast tub is easy to clean and similar to cast iron.
Can Kohler K-11677 drain assembly be used with the American Standard 2460.002 tub?
The Kohler K-11677 might fit the American Standard 2460.002; they were never tested together so there is no way to be certain.
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