|Posted by Terry Love on March 31, 19100 at 13:22:23:|
|In response to Re: Qwik Jon|
: If you look at a picture of one, you will see that all the water has to enter them at a higher level, usually into the top of the receptor. This is fine for toilets and wash basins, but the bottom of a tub would have to raised above the level of the pump basin in order to work properly.
: : I would like to build a below grade bathroom. Will either the # 100 or #102 handle an oversize bathtub as well as toilet and lav. Also do these pumps require constant water pressure--- I have a well. Thanks RR
The 102 would be the unit to use. All plumbing fixtures as hj says, need to gravity flow into the basin. The water supply has no effect on the pump action. The two are not related. Good luck, Terry
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