Toilet Waste Pumps
- "Why do I need a macerator pump?"Because a uniform slurry is more easily pumped than raw toilet waste. Whether discharge is overboard (at sea), or from a holding tank to a shore pump-out station, waste that has been macerated is pumped faster, with less risk of annoying and unpleasant blockages, and with less load on the pump.JABSCO macerator pumps have 38mm (1½") bore inlet ports for efficient handling of solids. The pump takes in raw waste, and grinds it to a consistency that can be safely discharged via 25mm (1") bore pipework.IMPORTANT NOTE:
- JABSCO macerator pumps are designed to handle normal toilet waste and easily-disintegrated toilet tissues. They will not handle high wet-strength tissues, sanitary towels, napkins, diapers, rags or hard objects.
- Pumping out the toilet waste holding tankNever the most welcome of tasks, emptying the toilet waste holding tank requires a robust reliable pump that will do the job with the minimum of fuss.If a shore pump-out station can do the job for you - no problem! But for the times when you need your own pump on board, choose a JABSCO electric or manually-operated pump designed for the purpose - simple, efficient and fully serviceable.
- No Jabsco pump should be used for petrol, solvents or any liquid with a flash point below 37°C
Circulation pumps are designed to create a flow of liquid against low resistance. Because the liquid returns to its starting point, the net static head is zero, and the only resistance to flow is the friction offered by the pipe walls, bends, elbows and other fittings in the circuit. Use pipework with a bore at least as large as the nominal bore of the pump ports.