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  • Use to remove wastewater from fixtures such as showers or sinks
  • Works with a GFCI for maintaining electrical safety
  • 360° rotatable design offers custom installation
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Product Details
  • Use to remove wastewater from fixtures such as showers or sinks
  • Works with a GFCI for maintaining electrical safety
  • 360° rotatable design offers custom installation
About This Product

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 ft. in height and/or 100 ft. 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° 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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Product ID #: 204253693Internet #: 859925002107Model #: 010
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Specifications

Dimensions: H 5.75 in, W 11.625 in, D 6.375 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)6.375 inProduct Height (in.)5.75 in
Product Width (in.)11.625 in

Details

Amperage (A)3.5 ACord Length (ft.)0 ft
Discharge Flow @ 0 ft. (gallons/hour)0Discharge Flow @ 0 ft. (gallons/min)0
Discharge Flow @ 10 ft. (gallons/hour)0Discharge Flow @ 10 ft. (gallons/min)0
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesHead Pressure (ft.)0
Housing MaterialOtherImpeller MaterialOther
IncludedNo Additional Items IncludedInlet ConnectionPlain end
Maximum Discharge Flow (gallons/hour)0Maximum Horsepower (hp)1/5
Maximum Pressure (PSI)0 PSIMaximum Working Temperature (F)104
Minimum working temperature (F)0Outlet ConnectionPlain end
Pack Size1Power TypeElectric
Power Type RequiredACProduct Weight (lb.)12 lb
Pump Switch TypeElectronicReturnable90-Day
Vertical Lift (ft.)12Voltage120v

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and ListingsCSA ListedManufacturer WarrantyLimited warranty
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Questions & Answers

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Q:I bought a sanishower the shower is the only thing hook up to the pump does it need to be Vented
by|Dec 22, 2023
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A:  Sewer and septic systems contain odorless and potentially lethal gases. Every fixture or appliance that ties into the drainage system must be vented so that those gases can reach the main stack that is vented to the outdoors through the roof. This is especially true with pumps as they both create both vacuum and pressure in the drain lines. This pump is no exception, it must be vented. If you scroll down the Home Depot product listing page you will come to a section entitled Product Details. If you expand that section, you will find PDFs of the product documents. The brochure states the following. “Has been designed to be vented through a 1–1/4” or 1–1/2” pipe. The vent output is located on the top of the pump. The case has a knockout which along with the rubber adapter provided is used to connect to the vent pipe. Note: The use of mechanical vents, air admittance valves or similar devices is not permitted.”

by|Dec 22, 2023
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    Q:I may have missed this information, but what is the discharge rate
    by|Nov 21, 2023
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    A:  The discharge flow rate is always dependent on the height the fluid is being lifted. For this reason, pumps are always rated on graphs called pump curves. On one axis you have flow rate and on the other height. The graph or curve illustrates pump performance across its range. If you scroll down the Home Depot product listing page you will come to a section entitled Product Details. If you expand that section, you will find PDFs of the product documents. Opening the product brochure, you will find the pump curve on the bottom of page 2. It indicates that when lifting from 0 to 3’ the unit will move 20 gallons per minute. At the other end of the curve would be a lift of 12’ where flow rate has dropped to 14 GPM

    by|Nov 21, 2023
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      Q:In order to use a standard 2” P- trap and maintain a 6”riser, can I make an opening in the concrete to allow the bottom of the trap to go down in as per sketch? I can’t find any 2” low profile P-traps ..just cheap 1/1/2” ones Odd couplings and sizing
      by|Nov 13, 2023
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      A:  Unfortunately, this system does not forward any attached sketches to me. So, I cannot see or comment on your sketch. I am also uncertain as to exactly what you are referring to by 6” riser. It may help to point out that he typical pitch of drain lines is ¼” per foot of run. As to chipping out concrete so that the base of the 2” P-trap does not force you to elevate the shower to a point where you lose head room, I have done that on a few jobs. Granted these jobs were in locations with low water tables, so I had no fear that the hole in the slab allowing water in. Had the water table been higher I may have looked for a different solution. I assume you are referring to a 2” PVC DWV p-trap. That would be for pipe that is a 2” inside diameter. This is the type of trap that can be buried. The sizing is much different from the type traps that commonly go under lavatory sinks. That material is referred to as a tubular. It is described by the pipes outside diameter measurement. It does not get buried or installed behind the wall and uses compression connections.

      by|Nov 14, 2023
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        Q:Buying a stall shower. We need it to have a 2? Opening on side for a portable water pump.
        by|Sep 12, 2023
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        A:  I am sorry but I am unclear as to your question. If you scroll down the Home Depot product listing page you will come to a section entitled product details. If you expand that section, you will find PDFs of the product documents. If you open the product brochure it identifies the connections that will receive the 2” drain line from, say a shower. Normally a shower would have a drain. Under that drain you would need a P-trap to prevent sewer gas from leaking into the bathroom. Connected to that would be a drainpipe that could then go to this or another pump or to the gravity sewer. For gravity to get the water from the shower to the pump you may have to elevate the shower so that it will run. This pump will not pull the water from the shower. Those types of systems are not allowed in the US by code.

        by|Sep 14, 2023

          A:  The inlets on the Sanishower are both 2" and both have built-in check valves. Also note that the drain in the shower must be at least 5" off the ground to allow for a trap and proper grading of the drain pipe leading to the Sanishower pump.

          by|Sep 21, 2023
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            I've been using this pump for a couple of months now & it's WONDERFUL !!! Easy installation without having to break up the concrete (biggest plus) & it just works great I guess the only thing would be if it was bigger then it wouldn't cycle as often? But it's quiet & I love it.
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            We do not have a first floor shower in our home. This presented a problem when my mother in land...
            We do not have a first floor shower in our home. This presented a problem when my mother in land recently broke her hip and moved in with us. Bought this used it as part of a temporary 1st floor bathing/showering station that I constructed for her. This pump enables drain water from the shower to be pumped up to 1st floor clothes washer drain near the bathing station. Extremely easy to install. Automatically turns on when drain water enters the pump and turns off when the water is pumped out to the house drain line.
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            Easy to assemble. The previous one lasted about 8 years with heavy use this new one was to replace it. It works fantastic
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            Saniflow shower pump was very easy to install and operates very efficiently.
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            Ordered online with ZERO issues. Picked up at the store...
            Ordered online with ZERO issues. Picked up at the store with ZERO issues. Called Saniflo with a couple questions due to I’m not a plumber. Answered them and explained the answer on my level. Very happy.
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