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|Product Type: Hydraulic Pump||Finish: White|
|Material: Plastic||Power Source: Electric|
|Voltage: 115 Volts (V)||Flow Rate: 18 Gallons per Minute (GPM)|
|Engine Horsepower: 1/3 - 4/10 Hp||Shredder Impeller: No|
|Max Head Height: 18 Feet||Portable: No|
|Towable: No||Switch Type: Automatic|
|Connection Type: PVC||Starting System: Electric|
|Self-Priming: Yes||Threaded Inlet: No|
|Threaded Outlet: No||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: France|
Basement Washing Machine from Illinois Swamp – Verified Buyer
I am using the Saniwift to pump out washing machine water from my basement into the (much higher) sewage pipe. Previously I had an old garbage can with an old sump-pump inside; worked fine for our old washer, but the water started smelling bad with our new high-efficiency low-water-usage washing machine. The Saniswift is much smaller than my old set up, does not smell, keeps up easily with the washing machine pumpout (and with a utility sink I have added in the basement). I have a Y in the drain pipe from Utility Sink to Sanifwift; that Y has about 4 foot vertical pipe, and the top of that pipe is where the washing machine output hose empties. The saniswift is fast enough, I never get yucky washing machine backup into the utility sink. One warning: the instructions say to attach side pipes tightly -- but at first I overtightened, and had a drip leak, until I backed off a bit.
easy to hook up
Carla from Concord, NC – Verified Buyer
As long as you read the manual, you shouldn't have any issues. Take your time, slow is smooth, smooth is fast. It took less than an hour to hook up once all the plumbing supplies were purchased.
Marsha from Michigan – Verified Buyer
We put this in to empty our bar sink. It's just the right size and it works great. Very quick.
tom from ct
small and powerful
Faulty Check Valve
John from Nixa, MO – Verified Buyer
Set it up for a bar sink in my basement. I believe it would work good, it just has a faulty check valve on it. Looks like it was damaged sometime during manufacturing. Has a chip out of it. This causes all the water to slowly leak back into the unit. The unit then starts up and pumps it out. It then flows back in, it then pumps it out... you get the picture.
Anonymous from New York – Verified Buyer
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