It's model SS114#01 and is currently 49.73.
here is a video of the Double Cyclone Flush. With the Double Cyclone Flush the water goes around and down the bowl at the same time using either 1.0 GPF or 1.28 GPF. The G-Max uses 1.6 GPF while the E-Max uses 1.28. Both of these have water that goes straight down the bowl.
Yes, this toilet is ADA compliant. We do not have a toilet bowl that will be higher than this.
Cotton White is your standard bright white. Colonial White is a softer white.
SanaGloss is a coating inside the bowl that helps cut down the amount of bacteria build up within the toilet.
That would be sedona beige.
The Toto Ultramax is not available in a 10" rough. Any of their skirted toilets (models with smooth sides that do not show the detail of the "S-bend") can be modified with a uni-fit rough-in kit to fit a 14" or 10" rough. The exception to this is the Toto Aquia, which is available in a 10" rough in specific model CST412MF.10#01. I would suggest calling customer service to make sure that the toilet you order fits all of your specific needs.
The trip lever side is determined when you are looking at the toilet. This on will be a left handed trip lever when you are looking at the toilet.
The trap diameter is 2 1/8".
Any normal toilet cleaner wipes will be fine. Bleach and Comet is not recommended for the Sanagloss.
Yes, all one piece toilets come with a soft close seat hinge system. There will be little to no noise when closing the seat and lid.
Some of them are but not all of them. They have a plant here in Atlanta where they make Drake 2's and many of the 1 piece toilets but we are not able to gaurantee where yours will come from. They make the same models in multiple countries.
What is the difference between cotton white and colonial white?
The cotton white is a brighter white. It is considered Toto's basic white. The colonial color is a little more muted.
The Ultramax II has the double cyclone technology paired with the E-max flushing (1.28 gpm). Compared to other models this toilet has two rim jets along the top of the bowl. When the water comes out of the jets it is already spinning, unlike others that have to wait for gravity to create the cyclone.