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|Country Of Origin||USA|
|Flush Technology||Class Five|
|Flush Type||Gravity Flush|
|Gallons Per Flush||1.60|
|Installation Type||Floor Mounted|
|Made in America||Yes|
|Sub Category||One Piece Elongated|
|Trip Lever Placement||Top|
|Water Area||11.50 x 8.50|
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Portrait(R) Comfort Height(tm) elongated toilet with lift knob and Glenbury(tm) Quiet-Close(tm) toilet seat with Quick-Release(tm) functionality
This Portrait one-piece toilet features the Class Five(tm) flushing system for extraordinary bulk flushing performance, and integrates with the Portrait Suite to carry the understated elegance of French Provincial design throughout the room. A palette of KOHLER colors is available to complement any decor.
- 27-3/4" x 27-1/2" x 20-1/2"
- Elongated bowl
- 12" rough-in
- Includes Glenbury Quiet-Close toilet seat with Quick-Release functionality and Polished Chrome lift knob, less supply
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Our SKU: K-3506
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5 Questions from the Community
do the elongated bidet seats fit this toilet?
what are the toilet seat dimensions (width and length)?
A. The Kohler K-3506 uses toilet seat model Kohler K-4733. The toilet seat is 14 3/16" wide (at the widest point) and has a height of 18 1/16" (excluding hinges). These measurements can be found under item Kohler K-4733 from the specification sheet.
Does this same toilet come in the two piece option?
I have a revival elongated one piece what is the number for replacement parts?
how does the gravity flush differ from the siphon jet flush type and does this come with the cannister
A. Siphoning flush uses a mechanism to produce a vacuum-like effect to dispel waste. Upon flushing, a high volume of water enters the bowl and gets pulled down through a standard 2-inch trapway, filling a siphon tube. When that tube is full, the vacuum-like effect is created and waste is dispersed. Siphoning stops once air hits the tube. This system works well, but requires a lot of water and is problematic when 1.6 gallons of water or less is used. The small trapway, which is needed to get that vacuum effect, clogs more frequently, requiring a second flush that wastes more water. Gravity flush opens a flush valve and releases between 1.28 and 1.6 gallons of water from the tank behind the toilet seat. As the water flows into the toilet bowl, gravity pulls the waste material down through the opening at the bottom of the bowl into the drain. A curved pipe called a trap at the base of the bowl near the floor slopes down and then upward to transport waste from the drain into the sewage system. When the bowl fills with water at the end of the cycle, it prevents noxious sewer gases from contaminating the air.
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