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Has anyone ever tried any of the saniflow systems? I want to divert my bathtub water to the yard but I live on a flat plane and need something to help pump the water out. I tried hooking up pipe to the tub drain and was able to drain some of the water out but the pressure just wasn’t there. Does anyone know of a simple pump to hook to the underside of the tub to get the water out to the yard? Preferably water activated. Thank you

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Saniflow Pumps are an excellent choice to work with, however, u need to install them lower than the bathtub drain as they are not a positive suction pump which gets activated the moment it detects the flow of water. But again my question is, do you have that kind of space underneath your bathtub? Otherwise, you can install a negative suction pump, but my advice would be to keep it on manual mode. So the moment you are done with bath tub, just switches it on manually and Eureka. Strainers are strict must in both the cases.

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Hi,

I’ve heard from a few installers who have used the Saniflow systems and were happy with them. Sounds like your situation is a match for it.

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Saniflow is the perfect answer, we have used those systems for one of our toilets in Basement, and that has worked perfectly well.
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