58020-1012

Jabsco Deluxe Flush Electric Toilets

Jabsco Deluxe Flush Electric Toilets

Description

The Jabsco Deluxe Flush Electric Toilet can be used in both power and sailing craft, either above or below the waterline, for use onsea, river, lake, or canal.

Features

  • Regular Household Size Seat
  • Virtually Silent Operation for Undisturbed Sleep
  • All Plumbing and Wiring Easily Concealed
List Price
$933.58
Your Price
$701.94
In Stock

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Details

Features:

  • Space saving stylish design
  • User selectable choice of "one touch" flushcycles for minimal water usage - a 'Quick Flush'uses less than 1 quart (1 litre)
  • Owner selectable choice of leaving bowl wet ordry after use
  • Fresh water rinse model
  • Non-clogging large bore flush pump macerateswaste
  • Uses less than 1.0 amp/hour per day
  • ISO 8846 MARINE - Ignition Protection
  • Crevice free contours for added cleanliness andhygiene
  • Angled back vitreous china bowl



Touch Pad Controller

The Deluxe Flush toilet range features a multi-function 'one touch' control pad offering four options - 'Fill', 'Quick Flush','Flush' or 'Empty'.

In addition, the owner can set the control at any time so that the bowl is left either 'Dry' or 'Wet' after flushing. The recommended 'Dry' setting minimises total water usage. If water usage is not a concern, the 'Wet' setting automatically adds 1 quart (1 litre) of water after flushing, ready for the next user.

Simultaneously holding down both 'Quick Flush' and 'Flush' buttons for 5 seconds switches between bowl always left 'Dry' and bowl always left 'Wet' modes.

  • 'Fill' may be touched when the bowl is 'Dry' to add 1 quart (1 litre) of water before use, if thought necessary.
  • 'Quick Flush' first rinses and then empties the bowl after light use. On 'Dry' setting, this uses less than 1 quart (1 litre) of water.
  • 'Flush' rinses and empties the bowl twice after heavy use. If the bowl is 'Dry', touching 'Fill' first is recommended. This uses just 2.5 quarts (2.5 litres) of water.
  • 'Empty' does exactly what it says without adding any water, whenever desired. Even when the bowl is apparently 'dry', there is an anti-odour water lock in the pump housing.
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