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Saniflo SaniShower .2 HP Pump
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Saniflo

SaniShower .2 HP Pump

$289.85 /each

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The Sanishower is a small gray water pump that may be used to pump waste water away from a shower, sink, bar sink, or other fixture. The Sanishower is small enough to fit underneath a raised shower base. Alternatively, it can be placed behind a wall or beside a shower. The Sanishower will pump wastewater up to 12 feet in height and/or 100 feet away from a soil stack.

  • Due to its quiet operation and ease of installation, they have become the choice of OEM’s
  • Inside of the Sanishower is comprised of a pressure chamber, which starts and stops the unit, and the motor, which drives the pump
  • Discharge elbow on the side of the Sanishower can be rotated 360 degrees to fit any type of installation required
  • Please note that the vent system should be a two-way air vent
  • Highly recommended for the gray water pump to be connected to a Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI) circuit
  • Sanishower is small enough to fit comfortably inside a kitchen cabinet or vanity or even under a raised shower base
  • Horizontal discharge (ft.) 100
  • Vertical discharge (ft.) 12

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Does the unit require trap at inlet or outlet?

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I have no way of knowing what the codes are in your area so you would want to put that question to the code enforcement official in your area. However in my experience most inspectors would not want to see a trap at the inlet or outlet of the unit. But they would want to see traps on all the outlet of all the fixtures that go into the unit. They would also want all the fixtures and the pump to be tied Read More
I have no way of knowing what the codes are in your area so you would want to put that question to the code enforcement official in your area. However in my experience most inspectors would not want to see a trap at the inlet or outlet of the unit. But they would want to see traps on all the outlet of all the fixtures that go into the unit. They would also want all the fixtures and the pump to be tied into the plumbing vent system appropriately. Read Less
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Can this be used for a tub?

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This pump can be used with a tub it is not specific to a shower; as the name would indicate. In fact we used this pump to remove the water from a working whirlpool display and it has worked well for years.
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The description mentions a vent. How does it need to be hooked up and where does it discharge?

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The unit would discharge into your sewage system. I am not quite sure I understand the question. You can give Saniflo's tech line a call at 1 800 571 8191
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Does saniflo sanishowER move the potable water from shower to toilet and if so do u need a holding tank to go with it?

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It's a stand alone unit so it should go directly to your sewage line.
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