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Internet # 204253707

Model # 082.005.087

SaniAccess3 2-Piece 1.28 GPF Single Flush Elongated Toilet in White

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  • Long-lasting vitreous china construction provides durability
  • Includes soft-close toilet seat, mounting hardware kit
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Product Details
  • Long-lasting vitreous china construction provides durability
  • Includes soft-close toilet seat, mounting hardware kit
  • Get It Installed- Call Your Local Home Depot Store Today!
About This Product

Ideal for a man cave, basement, cellar or anywhere below ground, the Saniaccess3 elongated toilet is outfitted with a 1/2 hp macerating pump to help expel waste. This white toilet allows users to flush confidently up to 15 ft. below the sewage line or up to 150 ft. away from a soil stack. The motor/pump assembly can be installed behind a wall with a separately-sold extension pipe to give this two-piece toilet a homey look.

  • Includes elongated toilet bowl, toilet tank, motor, pump and white plastic trip lever
  • 1/2 hp motor spins stainless steel macerator blades
  • Tank connects to water supply hose (not included)
  • Macerator/pump plugs into a common electrical outlet
  • High-efficiency toilet dispenses 1.28 Gal. per flush, worthy of EPA's WaterSense distinction
  • Sold Separately PVC extension flange (Model Saniflo 030 Internet 204253704) allows motor/pump to be concealed behind a wall
  • Tank and bowl constructed with durable vitreous china
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Product ID #: 204253707Internet #: 754094131125Model #: 082.005.087
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Specifications

Dimensions: H 32 in, W 17.75 in, D 28.5 in

Dimensions

Bowl Height without Seat (in.)16.75Flush Valve Size (in.)3
Product Depth (in.)28.5 inProduct Height (in.)32 in
Product Width (in.)17.75 in

Details

Bowl HeightChair HeightBowl/Seat ShapeElongated
Color FamilyWhiteColor/FinishWhite
Commercial / ResidentialResidentialFeaturesNo Additional Features
Flushing TechnologyPressure AssistedFlushing TypeSingle Flush
Gallons Per Flush1.28Handle LocationLeft
IncludedComplete Kit, SeatMaP Performance RatingNot Rated
MaterialCeramicMount LocationFloor Mount
Product Weight (lb.)93 lbReturnable90-Day
Rough In SizeWall-MountedSeat Front TypeClosed
StyleMinimalist, ModernToilet TypeTwo-Piece
Trapway Diameter (in.)3Trip Lever LocationLeft Side

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and ListingsADA CompliantManufacturer WarrantyLimitied Warranty
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Questions & Answers

131Questions
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Q:Am I better off using a 3/4” discharge line or 1”? What are pro’s and con’s?
by|Feb 24, 2024
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A:  This question has also occurred to me. So, to get a definitive answer I reached out to Jose the head of technical support at Saniflo USA to make sure I was giving you the best answer possible. He said that based on his experience both are fine. However, if either can be run he would lean towards 1”. Why? Because the increased capacity would mean the fluid will run slower and therefore there is less chance of sound. Also, in addition to lower fluid velocity the larger pipe diameter results in less resistance created by the wall of the pipe. But again, he reiterated that the difference is very small.

by|Feb 26, 2024
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    Q:How far away from the vent pipe can you be?
    by|Feb 10, 2024
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    A:  I am sorry I am not sure I understand your question. This unit must be vented. A vent line must run from this unit back to a main stack that goes up through the roof. Therefore, I am not sure what you mean by distance from a vent. If you are asking how far a vent line can run from the stack, that would depend on the plumbing code in your state. Plumbing code varies from state to state, and its interpretation varies by inspector. For this question you would need to speak to a local qualified licensed plumber or the plumbing inspector in your town. This unit must be vented, a mechanical vent or air admittance valve will not work.

    by|Feb 12, 2024
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      Q:What is the best way to fasten the toilet to the floor?
      by|Feb 2, 2024
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      A:  That would ultimately depend on what the floor is made of. Since concrete is the most common let me share with you how I would do that. I would first set the toilet in what will be its final installation location. Then using a sharpie mark onto the concrete, the location of the anchoring points. At those points I would drill holes in the concrete to receive ¼” wedge anchors. I would install wedge anchors. The length of the anchors would depend on how deep the holes are drilled. I would tighten the nuts up to set the wedge anchor into the concrete. Then remove the nuts and wash. I can then set the bowl onto the floor and ends of the wedge anchors should stick up through the bolt holes in the bottom of the toilet bowl. Using the nuts and washers I can now attach the bowl do the wedge anchors that are attached to the floor.

      by|Feb 2, 2024
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        Q:Can this be used in a wet vent system? My house has only one stack, both vent and drain. Can I tie into this or do I need to put in another vent?
        by|Nov 18, 2023
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        A:  Per the manufacturer’s technical department, you can. However, they recommend you tie it at the highest point possible and also make sure it is tied to the top of the pipe if the stack runs horizontally. For further questions or explanation Saniflo can be reached at 732 305 2200.

        by|Nov 20, 2023
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          Customer Reviews

          4.4 out of 5
          • 4.4 out of 150 reviews
          • 91% recommend this product
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          Easy install with basic skills and knowledge
          Easily installed. I am a contractor but I installed this in my basement. It was fairly simple if you have basic skills. Most people I would recommend hiring someone to do it. I’ve installed bathroom pits before and wanted to try this and not have to bust concrete and dig.
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          Easy installation. Quiet operation. Fits discreetly behind the toilet.
          Easy installation. Quiet operation. Fits discreetly behind the toilet.
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          The Sani Flo toilet system is working out great in my basement. I'd recommend this product to any...
          The Sani Flo toilet system is working out great in my basement. I'd recommend this product to anyone who thinks adding a bathroom is too expensive or impossible.
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          Im not happy, the tank contiues to run becouse of the water leaking from the flapper not closing ...
          Im not happy, the tank contiues to run becouse of the water leaking from the flapper not closing properly first it was being held up by the styrofoam liner and now leaking becouse of the cheep handle and plastic chain sticking in the down position.
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          Ease assembly.
          Ease assembly.
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          Instruction were clear and easy to follow, all items needed to attach to plumbing are included.
          Instruction were clear and easy to follow, all items needed to attach to plumbing are included.
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          3 found this review helpful
          Easy to install with all the included parts. Pretty quiet for a sewage pump. So far so good!
          Easy to install with all the included parts. Pretty quiet for a sewage pump. So far so good!
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          Amazing
          Inatalled this in a Man Cave about a year ago, install was straight forward, works great, but I highly recommend using the saniflo cleaner for this every 6 months or so
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            Dissapointed
            Had the system installed by a professional. Less than a week later the macerating pump would not function. No paper towels, sanitary pads, or anything unusual flushed down the toilet. Used the approved extender to leave room between wall and toilet. Pump shut down, would just rumble a little after flushing. Eventually had to separate toilet from the pump to locate the problem. Bathroom flooded with solid waste material, toilet paper and urine that was just sitting in the tube even after trying to remove as much of the liquid as possible. Baseboard, flooring and sinkbase ruined by the solid waste sticking to everything. I think the .5 HP is not enough power for even everyday use. Waiting for a replacement. Going to ask if there is any way to upgrade to the Saniflow Best pump with more power. Thank God the motor is still under warranty. This entire system cost me over $1200.
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              My 800 sq ft basement was recently finished. I had a full bathroom installed as well. To avoid h...
              My 800 sq ft basement was recently finished. I had a full bathroom installed as well. To avoid having to have the foundation of my concrete floor hammered in and to save on the labor associated with that way of doing things, I decided to go with the SaniAccess3 macerating pump. Since this was new to me, and that I wasn't sure if I might have to eventually have access to the pump for some type of servicing, I decided not have it installed out of sight behind the wall. Well, it has been roughly 3 months since install. It is highly efficient as a toilet and serves as a great way to drain plumbing from my new vanity/sink located 4 ft away from it on same wall. Again, it is different and may take a little getting used to as my other three bathrooms have standard toilets, but this one serves the purpose, operates efficiently and routinely, and saved me quite a bit on labor cost compared to other approaches.
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