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EasyFlush Macerator


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Price: £259.00 (£310.80 inc. VAT)
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Description
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Features:
- Compact design
- Reliable performance due to unique cutting system
- 32mm discharge
- Inlets (left & right of unit)
- Vertical lift: 7 metres
- High power: 520W motor
- Accepts waste from WC, Basin, Shower or Bidet
- Quiet operation

The EasyFlush is a fully automatic macerator suitable for pumping waste from a complete bathroom to a higher level when gravity drainage is not possible or economical to install.
 

The system is suitable for installing either at the initial building stage or retro fitting to existing buildings and can accept waste connections from a toilet, basin, shower or bidet.
 
The EasyFlush is compact and easy to install, discharging on the top of the unit.
 
Dimensions
 Model
Length
Width
Height
EasyFlush
412mm
197mm
325mm
 
Specification
 Model
EasyFlush
Power Supply
230V AC
Rated Current
2.5a
Motor Rating
520W
Frequency
50Hz
Revolutions per Minute
2900rpm
Max. Vertical Output
7m
Max. Horizontal Output
30m
Horizontal Fall
1:200
Max. Flow Rate
96 l/m
Max. Liquid Temp.
<60°C intermittent
Discharge Size
32mm
Cable Length
2m
Weight
9kg
Colour
White

Installation guidelines
It is important to note that these instructions are for guidance only. Please refer to the full Installation and Operating Guidelines when specifying / installing the product.

Siting the product
The unit is designed for a direct toilet connection and so should be positioned behind the WC pan on a firm level surface, resistant to condensation. It is extremely important to site the EasyFlush with permanent access in mind for routine maintenance being required.

It is recommended that the EasyFlush is not placed directly onto a concrete, wooden or tiled flooring as this can unnecessarily amplify the sound of the unit.

Inlet connections
The connection of the WC pan outlet is via the 110mm pan connector (supplied as standard), which fits all horizontal outlet pans. If a close - coupled WC suite is used, it may be necessary to mount the cistern on battens to allow enough space for the Easyflush to be installed.

The connection of the waste inlets is via the 40mm inlets on either side of the unit, which can be capped off if not required. There is also a 40mm inlet spigot on the top of the unit.

The two side inlets can be utilised using the McAlpine inlet connector (supplied as standard), to utilise the top inlet you must first cut the inlet spigot using a hacksaw before installing the lid connector (supplied as standard). It is recommended that the basin discharge into the unit is via the top inlet where the shower or bidet is via the side inlets. The fall required for incoming pipework from additional appliances should be 1:40 and when connecting a shower to the Easyflush the shower tray must be at least 150mm from the fl oor.

Discharge connection
The discharge pipework for the EasyFlush should be in 32mm plastic waste pipe using the 32mm discharge collar with the integral non - return valve (supplied as standard).

IMPORTANT – All connections on the discharge pipe should be made using solvent cement, under no circumstances should push fit or compression fittings be used. 

The EasyFlush is designed for one lift only and this vertical lift should be within 300mm of the unit. It is important to remember that you must not pump down before pumping vertically as this will significantly reduce the distance the EasyFlush can pump.

After the vertical lift run the horizontal pipework to the discharge point on a downwards fall (1:100) using as few bends as possible. Connection to the sewage system should be into the soil stack via a branch pipe, a strap on boss or an integral boss on an existing fitting.

All pipework should be fixed to the wall using pipe clips to prevent any movement under pressure. 

Electrical connection
A qualified person in accordance with the Institute Of Electrical Engineers Regulations should connect the unit to the appropriate mains supply taking into account all the electrical information provided. 

IMPORTANT – All pump systems must be used with an appropriate motor rated protection device.

Maintenance
It is recommended that the EasyFlush be flushed through every two weeks using standard domestic bleaches, WC cleansers, etc.
IMPORTANT – The following items must not be disposed of into the EasyFlush:
• Cotton Wool Buds,
• Baby Wipes,
• Any hard objects, i.e. wood, metals, plastics etc.,
• Any fibrous materials such as cloths, rags etc.,
• Or similar.

Health & safety
As with all site work, the danger of working with water and electricity can pose a severe threat to health if obvious and fundamental precautions are not taken. Therefore if you are in any doubt regarding the installation, please contact us.

All site work must be undertaken by qualified personnel only.

These notes are for guidance only and it is for the installer to ensure the installation is in accordance with all structural and regulatory requirements.

 

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