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Macerators

Sometimes you want to put a new bathroom suite or even just a toilet in a particular room, only to be told that it's just not financially feasible or even possible, especially if the sewer level is higher than that of the room. This is where a macerator pump comes into it's own, offering a solution.

Macerators are quite a technical product, so don't rush in! Take your time to understand what's important and what isn't by reading our FREE Instant Download guide.

 
 

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Sanicompact Back To Wall Toilet with Built-in Macerator Pump -1081

From my pad to iPad

When space is tight Just add this loo It will fit in just right Nothing else will do It Plumbed in easy to my pad Looks excellent and rather smart An amazing saving to be had A perfect solution for an old fart (ist)

Graham Watson-Thomas

Flo-Force Max Macerator Pump with 4 inlets

Not bad at all

Quiet enough to flush at night, drains fast, many inlets to allow for multiple appliances and it’s easy to install

Mark

Saniflo Sanitop Up Macerator Pump - 6002

Excellent Service

Very Satisfied with the product. Ordered is online and throughout the delivery I was informed about the progress.

Asim Razzaq

Grundfos Sololift2 WC-1 Macerator (97775329)

Sololift2

The Sololift was delivered quicker than expected and is perfect for the job. Very tidy fit. Excellent service.

Tony

Saniflo Cleaner Descaler 5L - 1085

Excellent service

Easy to order, excellent and quick delivery at a competitive cost. Will use again and recommend to others

Malcolm Myers

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Things To Consider When Buying A Macerator Pump:

Basin and toilet Macerator pumps are extremely versatile and considered to be a life saver in some room layouts. Without these highly functional pieces of equipment, many people would struggle to dispose of waste from their bathroom or kitchen where the regular drainage system cannot be connected. Thankfully Plumbworld provides a comprehensive selection of macerators to meet the waste requirements of shoppers who have no other solution. Factors such as noise, power rating and flow rate will all have an impact on the efficiency and suitability of the product, but you shouldn’t neglect to consider the following either:

Positioning & Sizing: Anything to do with waste is not usually something people want to talk or hear about, let alone see. Therefore it’s essential that the unit you buy can be stored in a position which is out of the normal line of site in order to prevent unwanted attention. Many installers opt to fit the macerator directly behind the toilet as this is one of the most conspicuous places to house the unit, but sometimes there may not be enough room. This is when sizing comes into play as you’ll have to find somewhere else to locate it and the dimensions of the unit will have a considerable impact upon where it can be positioned. Whilst the height isn’t usually an issue, depth and width should be of high priority and one of the things you need to pay attention to. The size may also have an impact on connections, so make sure you leave enough room to safely connect the required pipework to dispose of waste.

Macerator Compatibility: Before purchasing a macerator you need to be very clear in the waste it needs to deal with up front. Many macerators will be limited to the amount of waste it can process simultaneously and therefore might not be able to cope with being attached to all bathroom fittings. Some macerators are only designed for use with WCs or sinks; so make sure you check prior to buying that the macerator will be suitable for its intended use.

Involved Costs: Whilst a macerator pump isn't the cheapest of bathroom items, it’s usually a lot cheaper than paying for the masonry work to install and extend the original household sewage system. Not only is this an expensive process, but it’s also labour intensive and will likely disrupt several other rooms in the house during fitting. In comparison, macerators are considerably cheaper and when installed and used correctly, they offer strong reliability with next to no servicing.

Building Regulations: Whilst it seems like a fairly straight forward job to someone who knows what they’re doing, the Building Regulations may not permit installation if there isn’t suitable access to a WC with gravity discharging. If installation features new cabling in the bathroom or kitchen then it needs to be reported and also work must be carried out or at the very least checked, by someone who is registered with the ERA (Electrical Regulating Authority).

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