A: Yes. The unit has the capability of pumping 100 feet horizontally and 12 feet vertically. Be sure you install a backflow check valve
A: This macerating pump is 110V, not 12V. It can be used if there is an inverter in the car.
A: No. This is only for gray water. Like sinks etc.
A: Yes, As long as it sits parallel to the floor so the drain from the shower flows adequately.
A: Yes, you can. Only install a trap on the line somewhere, if there is a foul smell.
A: It will work great for light duty hand wash sinks. But the washer has clothing lints. Over time it will clog up the pump motor.
A: Yes. A 120V GFCI outlet is required by code.
A: Yes. It works with shower running constantly. A urinal would have less flow and amount of liquid.
A: You can use a ¾”⌀ or 1"⌀ rigid pvc pipe.
A: You need to build a frame out of 2x6's and set the shower floor on that.
A: SVP200 is for light duty applications that can only take in 26 gpm. I would suggest a larger unit for your tub.
A: Absolutely yes
A: There are concerns for your local plumbing codes. If it's ok with them it will work.
A: Noise level is <45dB. You can hear it, but it's not too loud.
A: For troubleshooting, call our resident plumber at 800-972-85-97. For replacement, call our sales at (800) 972-1457.
A: For troubleshooting, call our resident plumber at 800-972-85-97. For replacement, call our sales at (800) 972-1457
A: It is not necessary. As long as you don’t enclose it permanently you will need to access the shower pump just in case it will fail one day
A:Yes, it's no problem. It can support the dishwasher.
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A: No. Use only a ¾”⌀ rigid PVC Pipe.
A:SVP200 is for light duty applications that can only take in 26gpm. I would suggest purchasing a larger unit for your washer.
A:Yes you can. This is exactly what it's designed to do.
A:Yes, connecting a pedi chair is actually one of the most common applications for the SVP200. It's simple and fast to install, you simply connect the drain from the chair's basin to the SVP200 and it will pump the water directly to your septic line.
A:No vent needed.
A: Not necessarily. It was very easy to do. Since you are only working with a drain.
A: It works great for two showers a day but it is a light duty pump.
A: The SVP200 cord is 4 feet long.
A:Yes. SVP200 can receive a maximum of 113°F.
A: SVP200 case is made of lightweight plastic.
A: es. National Electrical Code - Article 210.8 states that all bathroom receptacles must be GFCI protected.
A: We recommend CLR descalers. Use it every 2 months.
A:Yes. It has a check valve or non-return valve on the discharge.