My basement, which I plan to finish off into several rooms has no
sewer connect. The upstairs sewer line comes down into the basement,
runs along a side wall and then out to the street about half-way up
the basement wall. I'd like to put a toilet and vanity in the finished
basement. Is there such a thing as an upward-flushing toilet? I
suspect it would have to sit atop a raised area with some kind of pump
underneath. Never heard of one though. Thanks.
yes there is my father in law has one, the pump is in the back kinda
under the tank, it also takes sink water in and pumps it out too. works
great for him.
sorry dont have a name and just remember it was pricey and of course
you need a electrical outlet
i don't know if this fits your application:
4/10 HP SEWAGE PUMP
Wayne 4/10 HP Sewage Pump - Completely Submersible - Chemically
Resistant Thermoplastic - Vortex Impeller Pumps Up To 4,680 GPH @ 10'
Head - Moves Up To 2" Solids - Mfg #SEL40
THDS Part #: 594810
Made In: USA
but first read about all basement stuff at:
Years ago magazines such as Mechanics Illustrated and Popular Mechanics had
adds for up flushing toilets in every issue. Haven't seen them lately but a
Google search might turn them up. As I understand it, they had a built in
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