Cast iron can't keep up! A revolutionary, cost-efficient alternative to cast iron, the Princeton Americast Apron-Front Bathtub from American Standard is lighter for easier installation. The exclusive, patented Americast technology incorporates a glossy enamel top layer that's easy to clean, a steel center for strength, and a thick, insulating layer to keep water warmer for a longer, more enjoyable bath. This traditional alcove tub has an integral overflow with a lift and turn style drain, contoured lumbar support, beveled headrest and safe, slip-resistant surface.
Exclusive Americast® technology for lightweight durability
Keeps water warmer longer
Integral overflow with lift and turn drain
Americast® engineered steel with glossy porcelain finish
Full Stansure slip-resistant floor surface
Factory installed overflow saves time and money
Recessed bath with integral apron
Integral 3-sided tile/water retention flange for easy installation
Integral lumbar support with beveled headrest
Pre-leveled tub bottom for easier installation
Drain stopper and escutcheon included
10 Year Warranty
- Americast® engineered steel with glossy porcelain finish
- Full Stansure™ slip-resistant floor surface
- Factory installed overflow saves time and money
- Recessed bath with integral apron
- Integral 3-sided tile/water retention flange for easy installation
- Integral lumbar support with beveled headrest
- Pre-leveled tub bottom for easier installation
- Drain stopper and escutcheon included
- 10 Year Warranty
|Bath Therapy Type
|Fitting Handle Material
|Freestanding Tub Style
||Alcove Rectangular Bath Tub
|Tub Water Capacity
|Drain Opening Size
||10 Year Limited Warranty
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