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Macerator Pump


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Model # 11006970 | Mfg # 10-24453-01
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Designed with a rotary cutter that shreds waste before it is pumped into or out of holding tank. For installation as close as possible to holding tank discharge or bowl discharge outlet.

  • Type: Macerating flexible impeller
  • gpm: 10
  • Macerates: Yes
  • Material: Pump Body: Phenol plastic (PF); Impeller: Nitrile; Housing: Thermoplastic polyester (PET); Stainless steel shaft
  • Port Sizes: Inlet: 1-1/2" hose or 1-1/2" NPT; Outlet: 1" hose
  • Dimensions: 9.06"L x 4.25"W x 3.23"H
  • Warranty: One year

Macerator Pump

Amperage 15 Amps at 12 Volts
Capacity 10 Gallons per Minute
Diameter 1" Barb
1 1/2" Barb
Dimensions 9 1/16" Length x 4 1/4" Width x 3 1/4" Height
Features Macerating
Material Phenol Plastic Pump Body
Voltage 12 Volts DC
Warranty Details One Year Limited

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Johnson Pump Macerator Pump

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Rusts out after one year

By autoteacher

from Brunswick Georgia

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    • Cutter Totally Gone In A
    • Unreliable

    Best Uses

    • Coral Reef

    Comments about Johnson Pump Macerator Pump:

    Cutter is gone rusted away in a year. Company has no cutter kit I can find.

    (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


    Buy the Jabsco

    By fishlaw

    from Rockport, MA

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    Comments about Johnson Pump Macerator Pump:

    We installed the Johnson macerator a few years ago, it never worked well and wouldn't prime itself if level was even an inch lower than the pump. When I finally decided to change it in preparation for a trip, the only pump I could get locally was the same one, and it failed after one use. Don't waste you rmoney, buy the Jabsco

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