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  • Blog 06/10/2020

    Easy to Install Neutralizing Condensate Pump!

    The Sanicondens Best Flat is simple to install. The 2-in-1 condensate pump is the single, compact, quiet, space-saving, environmentally friendly solution for today’s ultra-high-efficiency condensing..

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  • Blog , Learn more 06/05/2020

    How does Saniflo work? And how can it save you thousands?

    While, you believe that a new bathroom will be complicated, and may never happen – there is in fact an easy, affordable way to go about installing a bathroom. Saniflo is an innovative, inexpensive and

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  • Blog 05/20/2020

    Saniflo above-floor macerating are ideal for locating a bathroom anywhere!

    SFA SANIFLO INC. is the only manufacturer of its kind in North America, offering a complete line of macerating toilet, grinder and drain-pump systems for residential and commercial applications. Founded in the late 1950s in France, the company’s goal has always been to provide solutions that allow for easier plumbing installations, especially where it is impossible or cost-prohibitive to install conventional plumbing fixtures that require below-floor drainage. Saniflo’s above-floor pump pr [...]

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  • Blog 05/14/2020

    Benefits of a Neutralizing Condensate Pump

    All condensate pumps should be installed with a neutralizing filter or neutralizer when connected to any high efficiency, condensing boilers or furnaces. The Sanicondens Best Flat solves this issue!

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  • Blog 05/06/2020

    FAQ... about maceration

    Because macerating technology is still new to most American homeowners, questions about its installation, operation and cost are not uncommon. Here are a few of the most frequent queries: How much water does the system use?All models in the Saniflo line are low consumption water closets. Both the Sanipro and the Saniplus use 1.6 gallons per flush. The Sanicompact, which is designed for more confined spaces, such as under a small stairway, flushes with less than one gallon of water. Can I [...]

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