Sanitop solves drainage problems


Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Saniflo says cost and installation problems of providing sanitary conveniences in areas remote from drainage points can be solved economically through the use of a Sanitop small-bore macerator pumping system. Its makers say Sanitop is simply installed, connected to the horizontal outlet of the WC suite and to discharge pipework of just 22mm diameter (3/4″ bore). The unit is designed to accept waste and water from the WC and a washbasin, and pump the reduced waste and water up to 100 metres away with a minimal discharge gradient of 1/200. Alternatively, Sanitop will pump vertically up to 5 metres, or a lesser combination of both vertical and horizontal distances. Saniflo says Sanitop is fully BBA approved (Certificate No.87/1889), and also, has been granted National Type Approval from the Local Authority Building Control Officers’ Association (ref SA41- L -73) “The use of Sanitop enables the economic installation of cloakroom facilities where this would otherwise be impractical from structural, cost or hydraul





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