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Product Specs

  • Toilet Type: One-Piece Toilet
  • Seat Included: Yes
  • Toilet Bowl Shape: Elongated
  • Toilet Finish: Cotton
  • Flush Type: Dual Flush, Automatic Flush
  • Toilet Style: Modern, Commercial
  • Installation Type: Floor Mounted
  • Rough-in Size: 12 in
  • Flush Lever Location: Automatic
  • Gallons per Flush: 0.8 gpf, 1.0 gpf
  • Toilet Length: 27 1/4 in
  • Toilet Width: 15 3/8 in
  • Toilet Height: 21 in
  • Bowl Height: 15 7/8 in
  • Toilet Material: Vitreous China
  • Trap Diameter: 2 1/8 in
  • Trapseal: 2 1/8 in
  • ADA Compliant: Yes
  • High Efficiency / Eco friendly: Yes
  • WaterSense Certified: Yes
  • cUPC Certified: Yes
  • Items Included: Toilet Bowl, Seat, Drain w/trap
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty
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Description

L 27 1/4" x W 15 3/8" x H 15 7/8"

About TOTO MS922CUMFG#01 Washlet G450 One-Piece Elongated Toilet, Universal Height 1.0 GPF & 0.8 GPF Dual Flush in Cotton Finish

The WASHLET G450 a smart toilet and a convenient compact design. The TORNADO FLUSH® system uses an efficient 1.0 or 0.8 GPF. Complete with our CEFIONTECT® ion barrier glaze. The G450 minimizes debris from sticking to ceramic surfaces, keeping your toilet cleaner, longer.
  • High-tech electronic bidet seat
  • TORNADO FLUSH® siphon jet flushing system, ultra high-efficiency
  • Dual Flush function (1.0 GPF/3.8LPF and 0.8 GPF/3.0LPF)
  • CEFIONTECT® ceramic glaze
  • ADA compliant
  • Universal Height
  • Sleek, low profile skirted one-piece Elongated front bowl
  • Heated seat with temperature control
  • Built-in air purifying system
  • PREMIST® of bowl before each use
  • Auto open/close lid, auto flush
  • 12" Rough-in, mounting and connection hardware included
  • Remote control and hanger included
  • WASHLET with three wash modes (front, rear, soft)

Codes/Standards

  • Meets and exceeds ASME A112.4.2, ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1, ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1, UL 1431, CSA C22.2 # 68
  • Code Compliance: UPC, IPC, NSPC and others
  • ADA compliant

Key Features & Innovations

CeFiONtect

TOTO’s extraordinarily smooth CeFiONtect glaze prevents particulates from adhering to porous, ceramic surfaces. The ion-barrier in CeFiONtect keeps everything cleaner, longer. Less cleaning means fewer chemicals in the environment and less water used for cleaning.

The surface layer that makes up the ionized barrier is more consistent and uniform and has a higher density on the CeFiONtect surface than on the conventional surface.

Creating more smoothness helps minimize debris from sticking. With nothing to cling to particles can be washed away with every flash.

 

3-D Tornado Flush

The WASHLET G450 with the TORNADO FLUSH system toilet shall be 1.0GPF/3.8LPF and 0.8 GPF/3.0 LPF. Toilet shall have CEFIONTECT ceramic glaze. Toilet shall be of skirted design, elongated front bowl with auto open and close seat. Toilet shall be TOTO Model MS922CUMFG#01.

Skirted-Design

The skirted design, available in many modern TOTO toilet collections, offers clean lines, minimal flourishes and geometric precision. This style is elegant and smooth, concealing the trapway, and features a base that is easy to clean and maintain.

Universal Height

Central to TOTO Total Design is taking into account people of all ages and abilities. Universal Height offers sinks and toilets at a more manageable height, making the bathroom more accessible and enjoyable for everyone. This simple design principle allows all people, from the beginning of their days through the rest of their lives, to completely enjoy their bathroom experience, regardless of age or ability.

ADA Compliant

The American Disability Act (ADA) was enacted in 1990 to establish design codes to serve people of all ages and abilities. A core principle behind TOTO Total Design, ADA standards consider the needs of everyone, no matter their needs, without additional adaptation or specialization, optimizing the bathroom experience for all generations in the family home.

Watersense

A partnership program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) makes it easier to save water and protect the environment by identifying high efficiency products that perform well. The WaterSense label was created to encourage manufactures to produce water efficient plumbing fixtures and to develop a system to help consumers recognize these products. that have been performance tested and validated by several agencies.

As members of the EPA’s WaterSense Steering Committee, TOTO water efficiency specialists advised the EPA on developing product performance criteria for the WaterSense program. TOTO products are recognized is part of the EPA’s National Environmental Achievement Track, the “gold standard” for facility-based environmental performance, recognizing environmental excellence by encouraging facilities with strong environmental records to go above and beyond legal requirements. TOTO is also a partner in the EPA’s innovative collaboration with the freight industry to increase energy efficiency while significantly reducing greenhouse gases and air pollution.

  • Qualify as high efficiency toilets (1.0 GPF or less)
  • Have a minimum soybean paste flush score of 350 uncased grams
  • Meet the los angeles department of water and power supplementary pricing specification regarding trim quality and tank volume
  • Have third party testing agencies conducting product performance testing and validation

CalGreen

Established in 1953 by the California Building Standards Law, the California Building Standards Commission (CBSC) is within the Department of General Services under the Government Operations Agency. CBSC members are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the State Senate.

CBSC's mission is to produce sensible and usable state building standards and administrative regulations that implement or enforce those standards.

Specifically, CBSC:
  • Assists state agencies in producing high-quality amendments
  • Works to repeal unnecessary building regulations and see that ambiguous regulations are more clearly written
  • Assists various constituents and special interest groups in making their needs known to various code-writing departments
  • Administers a public appeal process
  • Educates the public about the state's building code, and helps them to understand and comply with it
  • Ensures Title 24 is published with minimal errors


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