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FloJet Macerator Pump

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Macerator Pump ends holding tank evacuation problems.
Grinds waste to a particle size of 1/8" maximum so it can be easily pumped through a 1" line. Self-priming pump mounts conveniently. Empties 30 gal. holding tank in less than 3 minutes. 3" slip-on inlet port. USA.
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Weight: 5.4 lbs.


Manufacturer: Xylem - Flow Control Inc

Mfg Part #: 18550000A

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FloJet Macerator Pump: Customer Reviews

Camper's Choice Rating

(5 Based on 12 Reviews)

Reviewed by 12 customers


Jabsco Macerator Pump

106 out of 114 people found this review helpful.
March 26, 2004
I have used the macerator pump now for a couple of years with very good luck. set up on a seasonal site, I was unable to get a tote tank low enough to empty directly into. The pump now allows me to pump directly into a 100 gallon dump wagon I made. Care must be taken to keep feminine products out of the holding tank to avoid jamming the pump otherwise the macerator blades work fine.
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Flojet macerator pump - love it

50 out of 55 people found this review helpful.
January 29, 2005
Have had it for 4 years now, with no problems. Best used with tank flush jet. Make sure you keep shut off valve and exit, just in case, but I have never had any problems. Pumps my 50 gal tank in a few minutes. I keep 3 lengths of d/c clear hose in the back bumper. This liquifies everthing in the tank, no fem. hyg. though, but toilet paper and everything is no problem. I was part time for 3 years and now full time and would not give this pump up after seeing what others go through. This is sooo much neateer, cleaner, and easier. When combined with the tank sprayer makes short work of dumping. You can also buy blade rebuild kits, but so far my unit just keeps working and working. Would highly recommend.
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I love my Macerator

112 out of 195 people found this review helpful.
December 01, 2005
I installed a Macerator 10 years ago and it is still running strong. I ran it from the dump valve to a hose outlet that I pop riveted through the side of the fender. Now I just screw in a garden hose and dump anywhere within 100'. It is great. I also have a 10' hose that I use when I am at the dump station. Garden hose is so much nicer to deal with than 3" sewer hose.
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Macerator Pump

0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
January 02, 2008
Pump works OK-but watch out if you need to order parts! My impeller disintegrated. I ordered a new rubber impeller, gasket set and a few washers and Camping Word charged me $90+!. I went to another dealer and got them for $31 plus tax.
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Just love it no more 3"

139 out of 252 people found this review helpful.
May 12, 2006
I love it. No more 3" hose storage and use problems. I use a 3/4" garden hose. The pump screwed to the floor of the sewer compartment and is connected to the dump vaulve with a 2' section if 3". I used 2" section of 1" hose from the pump so I can connect the garden hose to the pump. This lets me see when the black water tank is clean when I flush it. Had a problem with the first pump, as it had a faulty heat sensor. Camping World replaced it with a new one and has worked great ever since.
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on for 7 years

147 out of 218 people found this review helpful.
March 17, 2006
I'm on my 5th year with the pump. i have made some changes. i do have a shut off between the pump and tank. also have a installed tank flush to spray water into the tank while I'm pumping. do use 1ply paper. use as much paper as i want. my blades are after 7 year (3 years full time. getting dull. There is a blade replacement kit available. I think that you need to use the tank flush when pumping use plenty of water. Every now and again if it does jam. the unit has a extention on the blade rotor. use a regular screw driver to give it a couple of twists of the rotor to clear the jam. then it works fine. also if hooked to battery the unit will shut off if voltage gets to low. so i make sure im not running a lot of 12v. items when i use the pump. it is also installed so if it stops completely (it never has) i can unbolt the pump (4bolts) and put on regular sewer hose after the shut off (a short extention of 3" piping between shut off and macerator pump to hook regular hose onto. I love this device and has been in constant use since 2001. empties tank (with extra flushing) in less than 15 min though nice and easy 1.5" hose keep 3 lengths in back bumper. use pvc collars to connect hoses for longer runs. just watch voltage and use plenty of water with a tank flusher.
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Works as advertised

424 out of 661 people found this review helpful.
November 05, 2006
We picked up this unit -- takes about 5 minutes to empty a 50 gallon tank into our septic system at home. Saves trips to dumping stations after all day on the road. Not ready to be used when you get it. We needed to add some additional wire and battery clamps so we could hook it up to our 12 volt battery -- power cord provided doesn't have enough string. Once you get past that and have the power situation worked out, works like a champ. ** Warning -- manual says not to use a hose over 50 feet and not to run the unit for more than 15 minutes straight -- something to consider when you are making your purchase or selecting options.
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Flojet Macerator Pump

40 out of 62 people found this review helpful.
April 06, 2008
I have had my flo jet for a few years now, but finally hooked it up in place of my dump line, and it works like a champ. It does take much longer to dump a tank, but it is a lot cleaner job now that all i do is run a hose out to the sewer. I dump the solid waste first, then follow with the grey water tank, then with fresh water. So the hose is clean when I put it away. This is no longer a nice to have item, it's a need to have. Easy to install, stays in place, takes less room, works great,, what else could a person ask for.
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Sewage Macerator pump

192 out of 307 people found this review helpful.
November 07, 2007
My pump looks a little different than the photo but works like a champ. I empties a 40 gallon sewer/40 gray water tanks in about 20-30 minutes with no mess, no fuss. I just hook it to the sewer line (as my 5th wheel has a swing out sewer line), plug into power and let it go. It pumps over 100 feet through a 5/8 garden hose. Cleans up in a flash. One of the best additions to my 5th wheel I have purchased.
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Works For Me

0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
July 15, 2011
Install was pretty tough as it is not a “kit” type system. I ran into no notable problems and it works very well. For me the main advantage of a maceration pump is to be able to pump uphill and into any sewer opening.
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Flo Jet Macerator Pump

0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
December 28, 2008
We frequently stay at our son's house and have to leave when the black water tank is full. We purchased the macerator pump and 60' of 1 hose and I can't believe how well the pump works. Is quick with no mess. I was going to just use it at our son's house but now I think I will mount it in the motor home. I had them cut the hose so I have 2 30' hoses. Will carry one of them. Also had to pump 60' with a 3' incline.
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problem solved

0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
June 27, 2009
On extended stays we like to park with the windshield on our class A facing the best view. This often meant we were on the wrong side of the park sewer outlet. With our FloJet we park as we like and easily run the recommended 1 inch hose to the sewer hook up when necessary. We have also found we get better evacuation of the tanks using the FloJet. Herb and Ardy, full timer RVers.
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Q & A

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Where in Eastern Canada can I get the service kit 18598-1000 as the impellor came apart on the 4th usage? Wiring accidentally reversed ,shredded it.
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How may feet of hose will Macerater pump through?
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Order this pump 7232 or 18550000a.
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Does this item have a mfg warranty? If so how long and where can I find a copy?
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