Model # 38724.0

Internet #202217665

Bathroom Anywhere Macerator Pump 120 Volt

Bathroom Anywhere

Macerator Pump 120 Volt

  • Fast and easy acces to pump through two-piece system
  • Don't need to disconnect plumbing lines or fixtures
  • Powerful yet quiet
$61569 /each

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Product Overview

The Macerator System ties into your home?s existing plumbing lines. When the toilet is flushed, the powerful Vortex-designed macerator quickly and quietly disintegrates waste and pumps it away up to an 18-foot vertical rise and 150-foot horizontal run! The two-piece System allows fast and easy access to the pump, if necessary, without the need to disconnect plumbing lines or fixtures. The Pump Side can be removed, while the Reservoir Tank Side stays connected to the plumbing.

  • 120 Volt macerator pump
  • .80 Hp
  • 60 gallon per minute capacity
  • Inlet diameters: 3 in. for toilet; 2 in. for shower/bath; 1.5 in. for sink
  • Integral, anti-siphon backflow protection
  • Includes pump and installation hardware
  • 6 ft. Power cord (grounded plug)
  • Unique split design allows fast and easy pump access if necessary
  • Three easy-to-install options save time, money and mess
  • Ideal for basements, man-caves, loft conversions, elderly/disabled facilitieis, en-suite bathrooms, garage conversions, slab floors and more

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Customer Questions & Answers

Do you need a trap

Do you need to install a trap in the shower line putting in basement do I need to elevated enough to put in a trap or doe the machine work as one
Asked by: Jfolcanton
Yes, by code in North America, you need to install a trap in the shower. You must elevate the shower floor 9.5 inches.
Answered by: Bathroom Anywhere
Date published: 2017-03-07

I want to pump 300 feet to a septic tank elsewhere on my property. The rise is about 6-7 feet. It...

I want to pump 300 feet to a septic tank elsewhere on my property. The rise is about 6-7 feet. It would be toilet sewage only and it is a one person cottage. Would this work? The other option I am considering is a sewage pump (ie no maceration) but the help desk suggested that the relatively infrequent use could result in the solids clogging the system.
Asked by: Chip
Thanks for the helpful answer here. What pipe diameter would you recommend? I suppose I was assuming 1" as that is the outlet diameter of your unit. The slope is a very gentle and continuous 6-7 feet all the way. Do you have any thoughts on putting macerated sewage into a septic tank. I have seen some comments elsewhere advise that it does not digest as well. I am aware of the freezing concern here in Vermont and have a tried and tested methodology for combating that problem. Thanks again. Jon
Answered by: Chip
Date published: 2017-03-10

Can you use a regular toilet

Asked by: Will
The Bathroom Anywhere macerator is designed to be connected with our own proprietary "rear discharge toilet". A standard toilet will not work with this macerator, a standard toilet needs a bottom discharge as the toilet empties towards the floor, which requires a floor drain.
Answered by: Bathroom Anywhere
Date published: 2017-02-13

Do you have to have a special shower?

Asked by: Will
Please note that no special shower is required; however, the water drainage from shower to macerator is gravity-fed, so usually the shower would be constructed on a slight raised platform to allow for the water flow to drain to macerator.
Answered by: Bathroom Anywhere
Date published: 2017-05-03
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Customer Reviews

Macerator Pump 120 Volt is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works okay I converted garage space to living quarters and added a bathroom. There is not much room for error when connecting the various input/output lines. Ensure you have measurements correct. The float that controls the pump seems to have issues. Out of the box it took some time for the pump to work consistently and switch on at the correct water level. I had to use the manual pump switch to pump the system for a few days until it seemed to get broken in. If not used for an extended period of time the same problem with the float happens (need to manually pump until it gets broken in). I have had no problem with leaks. Overall it gets the job done but wish the float/pump operated consistently.
Date published: 2015-01-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from huge hassel Product had a leak. Called service # and they knew right where the leak was before we told them. Seems to be a common problem. Sent us another pump without having to return broken one
Date published: 2013-04-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from HORRIBLE ! This product is just horrible ! almost impossible to connect the shower, leaks... my plumber recommend Saniflo when it comes to upflush toilet. I replace mine by a Sani3 and it works just great !
Date published: 2014-03-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from its ok not a lot of room to work its ok not a lot of room to work
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great purchase with this product it was possible to add a newe bathroom to myu new badroom
Date published: 2016-02-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good The installation has been relatively easy and the pump seems to be extremely powerful. I have asked to install it behind the wall and all worked just fine. Mark
Date published: 2013-12-04
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