Saniflo Saniaccess 1 Macerator Pump - 1900
£283.48 (Inc. VAT)
Suitable for cloakrooms, utility rooms and basements.
Suitable for domestic applications.
In a typical domestic property there is usually just one single soil pipe which are normally situated at the back of the house to take any waste water away. If you need to, or want to, install a new toilet but don’t have the access you need to the soil pipe then fitting a Saniaccess 1 is just what you need to do.
A Saniaccess 1 macerator is a unit that connects to the back of your toilet and effectively chops up waste into slurry to allow easy pumping into your home’s sewage system. They give you the flexibility to install a WC where you might have thought that it’s either impossible or impractical.
With correct use and installation you won’t need to worry about them creating any bad smells or being difficult to clean either!
The Saniaccess 1 macerator is activated automatically by the water entering the unit. This water is then forced through the discharge pipe and then finally the non-return valves to prevent it from returning back into the unit.
Features and Benefits for the Saniflo Saniaccess 1 Macerator Pump:
- Compatible with a WC.
- Saniflo units are normally situated behind a WC with a horizontal outlet spigot which conforms to BS EN 33 or 37.
- Easy service access through the top of the unit and easy maintenance without the need to remove the unit.
- Sufficient to remove waste from a toilet as it has one toilet inlet connection.
- There’s no need to be afraid that using it at night will wake the entire house as the Saniaccess 1 uses quiet technology with only a 46dB noise level.
Unit Technical Data:
- Suitable for bathroom suites with an IP44 rating
- Average temperature: 35 Degrees Centigrade
- Electrical Supply: 220-240 /50
- Iso: EN 12050-3
- Wattage: 400w
- Discharge pipe diameter: 22/28/32mm
- Vertical Discharge: 5m
- Horizontal Discharge: 100m
- Height: 330mm
- Width: 424mm
- Depth: 222mm
Mind The Gap!
Depending on the design of your toilet, older style macerator designs with the WC connection in the centre (like this Saniflo model) may push the cistern away from the wall far enough to leave a gap.
This can easily be resolved by the addition of a wooden batten between the wall and the cistern as shown.
Saniflo Do Not Accept Returns
If your Saniflo macerator is faulty then you will need to call out an approved Saniflo engineer. Saniflo will not accept returned product for hygiene reasons and require any fault to be verified on site by the engineer. Engineers aim to be with you in 48 hours although longer delays are possible
5 Saniflo Problems and How To Fix Them
You may not need to replace an old Saniflo unit. Below are five common problems associated with Saniflo brand macerators and some quick tips on how you can fix them.
The Saniflo Is Giving Off a Terrible Smell !
Bad smells can be due to a build-up of limescale and human waste in the 2-3 inches of water that’s always left in the Saniflo. Other Macerator brands have self-cleaning technology, but Saniflo’s need to be descaled regularly. If you’ve never descaled your macerator then you may have to do this a few times to clear the smell.
The Saniflo Keeps Tripping The Electrics
If your Saniflo is tripping the electrics, it usually means that water is getting into it and leads to the circuit shutting off to avoid any other damages, or there’s a loose wire. Always make sure the electrics are off before you inspect the pump. If there’s an issue with the motor seal, then call a certified Saniflo engineer to repair it. If the motor is worn or faulty, this unfortunately means that you’ll have to purchase a new macerator.
Saniflo Leaks During Operation
One reason for your Saniflo leaking from the vent could be that there is a big build up of waste inside which will have to be manually removed.
It’s also possible that the motor is nearing the end of its life and can’t work as hard as it used to. This would mean the whole macerator should be replaced.
The rubber waste outlet could have shrunk because of too much toilet cleaner. If water is spraying out the vent, you will need to replace the rubber waste outlet.
The Saniflo Starts On its Own!
There could be a few reasons as to why your pump keeps starting on its own throughout the day and night: (Excluding the possibility of a ghost!)
The microswitch is misfiring because it keeps thinking the tank is full – you will have to manually remove the waste between the switch and the tank floor and then reset the pump. If the rubber membrane is damaged, waste can then get into the switch and cause a problem. In this case, you will have to purchase a new rubber membrane and switch.
Saniflo Vibrates & Buzzes Loudly
If when flushing the toilet you hear a horrible vibrating noise, there’s probably something that has been lodged in the macerator blade. Turn off the Saniflo and remove the lid. If you see an obstruction straight away, remove it. If the foreign object is in the blade you can remove it using small pliers.
|Noise Level||46 db|
|Maximum Vertical Discharge||5 M|
|Maximum Horizontal Discharge||100 M|
|Max Water Temperature (Continuous)||35 C|
|Max Water Temperature (Intermittent)||35 C|
£283.48 (Inc. VAT)
|Bathrooms and Showers Direct||£297.01|
Prices last checked on 17/09/2019
All prices are inc VAT and include delivery charges