Sorry bud and it isn't often I disagree with you but avoid the compact.If you struggling at all and really really really need to use a macerator, then get the sanicompact.
Bear in mind,some unfortunate soul will be digging around unblocking it at some point.We are installing a Saniflo macerator in the downstairs cliakroom but are struggling to choose a toilet that has room for it behind and still has the cistern flush to the rear wall. Any suggestions please.
What's your reasoning? I was going to suggest a Sanicompact as well! Interested in hearing your far more experienced opinion, as on paper they look like a good ideaSorry bud and it isn't often I disagree with you but avoid the compact.
Look at the Sanislim or consider a baton of wood behind the cistern. There is the Turboflush but I don't like them either.
Have to remove pan to remove pump/motor box so takes longer to fix. Two components can give same symptoms and overly reliant on electronics in a nutshell.What's your reasoning? I was going to suggest a Sanicompact as well! Interested in hearing your far more experienced opinion, as on paper they look like a good idea
Thinking you mean the Sanipack, useful pump with side inlet.Yes- don't do it if you can possibly avoid it. If you really must then have a look at this one https://victoriaplum.com/product/th...pled-toilet-with-wooden-soft-close-seat-white- the dimensions say there's only 76mm behind the pipe outlet but it looks a lot more than that to me.
Or try the Pro-Up macerator- that's side entry rather than front.
EDIT Wrong forum- try Plumbing
ANOTHER EDIT Just checked my cheapo B & Q £38 toilet- that has 170 mm from where the adaptor collar ends up to the wall.
Sorry bud and it isn't often I disagree with you but avoid the compact.
Nah. It went wrong after it had been in about 5 years - I chucked a wedge of Kleenex down it when I had a cold and it jammed up - didn’t notice until next morning when I heard a humming and buzzing. Toilet and cistern out in one go, lid off, pipes disconnected and with a little bit of a kerfuffle it was out. With the advice of Just Pumps on here, I replaced the capacitor and it was all good.That's going to be a pain to fix when it goes wrong!
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