37045-1092

Jabsco Quiet Flush Electric Freshwater Toilets

Jabsco Quiet Flush Electric Freshwater Toilets

Description

The Jabsco Quiet Flush Electric Toilet makes life on board more comfortable for all crew members by reducing noise levels.

Features

  • Hygienic White Vitreous China Bowl for Ease of Cleaning
  • Three Way Control Panel
  • Complies with USCG 183.410 and ISO 8846 MARINE (Ignition Protection)
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Features:

  • Three way control panel allows the operator to select a normal flush and drain cycle or to lower or raise the water level.
  • May be mounted up to 3ft. below the water line with proper plumbing to prevent flooding.
  • Powerful macerator discharge pump that breaks up waste and evacuates the toilet.
  • Very quiet flush cycle - like a household toilet
  • Single button flush actuator - with dual function water level control switch
  • Can be plumbed to any pressurized water system that can provide a 3 1/2 GPM flow rate
  • Water control solenoid valve with anti-siphon breaker to prevent contamination of potable water supply.



Specifications:

Ports: Inlet 3/4" Hose Barb Outlet 1" Hose Barb

Motor: Meet U.S.C.G. Regulation 183.410 and ISO 8846 MARINE for Ignition Protection.

Water Consumption: 1-2 Quarts per Flush

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