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Johnson Pump Standard Electric Macerator Style Toilets

Johnson Pump Standard Electric  Macerator Style Toilets

Description

The Johnson Pump Standard Electric Macerator Style Toilet has been designed to meet virtually every conceivable lavatory installation situation onboard.

Features

  • Whisper Quiet Operation
  • Self-Priming Pump
  • Clean Lines- Pleasing To The Eye
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Priced competitively, the fine finish and well thought-through design of these toilets is remarkable. Made from white vitreous porcelain, and with corrosion resistant parts throughout, the Johnson Pump AquaT marine toilet, is quiet, robust and easy to clean.

Using the Johnson Pump Aqua Marine Toilet, water inlet and outlet takes place in two distinct steps. First the bowl is filled with clear water, and then the waste is flushed, leaving the bowl empty and clean, with no liquids sloshing about. Naturally, automatic back-flow prevention is incorporated into the design.

Most models can be ordered with standard, bevelled or low profiles in order to fit almost any hull and bulkhead configuration, and all are available in either compact or comfort versions so you can outfit your marine lavatory with the perfect-sized toilet, no matter what the layout.

The Aqua Toilet will give you years of trouble free operation. When spare parts such as a new seat or valve are needed, you'll find Johnson Pump's global network of distributors at your service.Power models are shipped with well-proven Aqua Jet diaphragm pumps.

It's probably fair to think of most toilets as commonplace products, but look at the features and you're sure to see that the Aqua is far from ordinary. Quiet, hygienic and reliable, the Johnson Pump AquaT marine toilet is perfect for almost any marine toilet room.

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Features

  • Hygienic, easy-to-clean vitreous china bowl and exterior surfaces
  • Robust wooden seat with durable baked enamel finish
  • Low water consumption (2-2.5 l/flush) makes the most of holding tank capacity
  • Versatile plumbing connection options
  • Automatic back-flow prevention
  • Available in comfort or compact bowl sizes
  • Designed for virtually any onboard mounting position
  • May be installed above or below the waterline
  • Suitable for OEM or replacement installation
  • Corrosion resistant materials throughout
  • Long service life
  • Equipped with 12V Aqua Jet pumps
  • Quick-connect hose or threaded connectors
  • Complies with ISO 8846, ignition protection, and EN 55014 EMC

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