Johnson Pump Macerator Pump

Johnson Pump Macerator Pump


The Johnson Pump Macerator Pump takes care of toilet waster, shredding it before it is pumped into or out from the holding tank.


  • Ignition Protected Motor, Conforming With ISO 8846 Marine
  • Mounting Bracket For Easy Replacement
  • Extremely Energy Efficient
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 The pump should be connected as close as possible to the holding tank discharge outlet or the bowl discharge outlet. Note! Use unbleached lavatory paper only.


  • Rotary cutter casing of PET (thermoplastic polyester)
  • Directly connected to sewage line or holding tank
  • Capacity at 0.2 bar (6.7 ft):37 l/min - 10 GPM
  • Inlet Connection:11/2" (dia 38 mm) hose or 11/2"NPT
  • Amperage: 15 A
  • Fuse Size: 20 A
  • Outlet Connection: 1" (25.4 mm) hose
  • Motor: 12V DC (with built-in thermal protection)
  • Pump Body: Phenol Plastic (PF)
  • Impeller: Nitrile
  • Cutter Casing: Thermoplastic Polyester (PET)
  • Shaft: Stainless Steel
  • Seal: Lip Seal
  • Length: 230 mm - 9.06"
  • Width: 108 mm - 4.25"
  • Height: 82 mm - 3.23"
  • Weight: 1.9 kg - 4.2 lbs
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Johnson Pump Macerator Pump 10-24453-01 Macerator Pump, 12V
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