A durable, lightweight and less costly alternative to cast iron, the Cambridge Apron-Front Americast Soaking Bathtub from American Standard invites relaxation. The exclusive 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. Crafted for bathing comfort and safety, this traditional tub has a beveled headrest, contoured lumbar support and a slip-resistant floor surface.
Durable Americast is lighter than cast iron, easier to handle Soothing 14 in. depth for soaking comfort Excellent heat retention qualities keeps bath water warmer longer StanSure slip-resistant textured tub floor surface is easy to clean Durable, non-porous, glossy porcelain enamel finish is scratch resistant, easy to clean and retains luster Formed steel center layer is strong and stable Americast backing insulates the tub for a quieter showering experience Integral apron front and integral tile flange Padded carrying bars and leveling grid for easy installation 14 in. soaking depth (2 in. more with deep soak drain) Recommended universal brass drain or Deep Soak drain sold separately
- Americast construction
- Glossy porcelain finish
- Full slip-resistant surface
- ADA compliant with seat installed at head end
- Easier to clean and stays cleaner longer
- A brighter, white textured surface that is more visually appealing
- Covering 56% more of the tub floor to help increase bathroom safety
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||10 Year Limited Warranty
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