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Qwik Jon® Ultima

by Zoeller

The ultimate in home sewage removal systems, the Qwik Jon® Ultima provides the flexibility to put a toilet or full bathroom almost anywhere without having to break concrete. Made by Zoeller, a trusted manufacturer of pumps and sewage systems, this system uses the latest advancement in grinder pump technology and is ideal for the basement, the garage, a new addition, the workshop, a pool house or even a cabin. The Qwik Jon® Ultima is the ideal solution for all your sewage removal needs when gravity flow is a problem, and can be installed either free-standing or behind the wall.

The Qwik Jon® Ultima Sewage Removal System

Economical sewage systems designed for free standing or built in installation
These products comply with the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act ADA Compliant Products Image

Qwik Jon Ultima System
Freestanding Quick John Ultima Mini-grinder pump Qwik Jon Ultima System wall view
Qwik Jon Ultima System tank cross cut view
  • 1/2 HP Zoeller compact grinder pump
  • Pre assembled pump and tank for easy installation
  • Three models to choose from
    Model 202: Includes a comfort height, ADA compliant 1.6 gpf Zoeller rear outlet porcelain toilet with elongated bowl (does not include seat), toilet tank and Zoeller grinder pump - designed to also accommodate a lavatory and a shower and/or shower
    Model 203: Includes only the Zoeller grinder pump and housing - designed to accommodate toilet, lavatory and a bathtub or shower - can be used with a variety of rear outlet toilet styles with a discharge height of 4" from floor to centerline - standard rear outlet toilet must be purchased separately
    Model 204: Includes only the Zoeller grinder pump and housing - designed to accommodate a lavatory, bathtub, and/or shower
  • No need to elevate floor
  • No need to destroy concrete floors
  • Perfect for basements, cabins, workshops, garages, additions, pool houses, etc.
  • Reduces construction cost
  • Works with 1" discharge & 3/4" discharge systems
  • Pumps any direction
  • Adds value to your property
Qwik Jon Ultima System  Qwik Jon Ultima System
Install either freestanding or behind a wall!
  • Non-corrosive engineered thermoplastic mini grinder pump
  • 100% factory tested after assembly
  • 1/2 HP motor, 115v, 60hz, 3450 RPM
  • Automatic reset thermal overload protection
  • Non-clogging vortex impeller
  • Hardened stainless steel cutter and disc plate
  • Three independent cutting channels provide over 250,000 cuts per minute.
  • Carbon/Ceramic mechanical shaft seal
  • Upper and lower ball bearings continuously bathed in oil
  • Stainless steel screws, bolts, & handle
  • UL Listed 3-wire neoprene 9ft. cord & plug
  • Maximum temperature 110°F (43°C)
  • Only needs 1" discharge but will work with most existing 3/4" discharge systems
  • View pump curve chart
  • Durable ABS white colored tank with 2" MPT and 1-1/2" slip side inlets
  • Lightweight
  • Pre assembled with preset piggyback vertical float switch
  • Built-in check valve
  • View typical installation diagram

Model Description Price & Quantity
202 The Qwik Jon Ultima 202 Includes: This system is designed to function alone, or with the addition of a lavatory, bathtub, and/or shower for a complete bathroom $999.75
Elongated Toilet Seat for Ultima 202 - soft closing lid - white with white hinges
Note: For sanitary/hygienic reasons, toilet seats may not be returned
Due to weight and to ensure safe delivery, the Qwik Jon Ultima 202 ships by truck and has a $175 additional shipping fee per freight item.
Please select your type of address: Commercial -or- Residential
203 Pre-Assembled Tank and Pump - For use with rear outlet toilets (supplied by others) that have a discharge height of 4" from floor to centerline. Additional ports can accommodate a lavatory sink, bathtub and/or shower. - View #203 tank dimensions - includes mini grinder pump $674.79
204 Tank & Pump Pre-assembled - For use with lavatory sinks, bathtubs and shower systems.
2 side inlets - no toilet inlet. - View #204 tank dimensions - includes mini grinder pump

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Accessories and Replacement Parts For Qwik Jon Ultima 202

Through The Wall Extension Kit

#10-2123 Extension Kit for Qwik-Jon Ultima #202 = $83.83

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Replacement Pump For Qwik-Jon 202/203/204

Qwik Jon Ultima 202/203/204 Replacement Pump
#017374 Replacement pump only - For Qwik Jon Ultima Series 202, 203, 204 = $522.01

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Qwik Jon Ultima pump curve chart
Total Dynamic Head/Flow Per Minute
Feet Meters Gallons Liters
5 1.5 45 170
10 3.0 40 151
15 4.6 35 132
20 6.1 27 102
25 7.6 16 61
Shut-off Head: 30ft (9.1 meters)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "What does ADA mean?"
A. ADA stands for Americans with Disabilities Act. The Model 202 Qwik Jon Ultima Sewage Removal system meets the Americans with Disabilities Act and it's requirements for accessible and useable facilities.

Q. "What is "comfort height?"
A. Comfort height porcelain toilets are taller than standard toilets and make getting on and off the toilet much easier. The floor to seat height is 17" vs the standard 14" floor to seat height.

Q. "How hard is this system to install?"
A. The Ultima is engineered for easy installation. All you need is a 115v electrical service, a 1/2" water supply line, and a structurally sound, relatively level surface to set the Ultima toilet and tank on. The adjustable discharge pipe connection allows the unit to be plumbed in virtually any direction, and once the system is tied into the sewer pipe, simply plug in to A/C power and go.

Q. "How does the Ultima work?"
A. Waste water enters the Zoeller-Grinder tank from either the rear flush toilet or the side inlets. As the liquid fills the tank, the factory pre-set mechanical float switch energizes the Zoeller-grinder, which in turn cuts and evacuates the waste water. The positive on-off action of the mechanical float switch prevents the system from "dry-cycling", or running without sufficient liquid present.

Q. "How does the compact grinder pump work?"
A. The compact grinder pump uses scissor-cutting action to grind and cut the waste into a fine slurry which then allows it to pass through the unit's 1" discharge line. The efficient 1/2HP motor provides an unmatched pumping head of over 25 feet, and with the upper and lower ball bearings running in an oil bath, the motor runs cool and quiet.

Q. "What is Shut-off Head?"
A. It means the pump cannot pump higher (measured vertically) than that height (with no friction loss taken into account). The Ultima pumps have a Shut-off Head of 30 feet. If you install a pipe 29 feet 11 inches high straight up from the pump, water would still trickle over and out of the pipe. If you install a pipe with a height of 30' straight up from the pump and turn the pump on, water will just stay at that height in the pipe and not trickle over and out of the pipe.

Q. "Do the Qwik Jon 202, 203, and 204 all use the same pump?"
A. Yes, all three units use the same 1/2 HP Zoeller compact grinder pump. The 203 and 204 tanks are different, however. The 203 tank allows for a rear-outlet toilet along with a lavatory, bathtub and/or shower, while the 204 tank only has connections for a lavatory, bathtub and/or shower.

Q. "How noisy is a macerating toilet system?"
A. There are several factors which will change the noise level of a macerating toilet system, including the size of the room, furnishings, connections, etc, so it's nearly impossible to predict exactly how loud a system will be once installed. For that reason, most manufacturers won't provide a decibel rating, but state that a macerating toilet system will definitely be audible if you're in the same room when it's running. Typically, the noise level of a macerating toilet system is louder than the humming of a refrigerator but quieter than most dishwashers. The noise shouldn't travel throughout the house.

Q. "Will this toilet meet my town's high efficiency toilet laws?"
A. While we do make an effort to be aware of upcoming plumbing-related legislation, we simply cannot keep up with all the plumbing-related legislation for all municipalities. As part of the selection process for new fixtures, we highly recommend contacting your local code enforcement agencies for the latest plumbing fixture requirements. This will help you select the correct fixtures for your home or business, and will also help avoid nasty surprises should your project require a permit or inspection. If working with a plumber, confirm he or she is well aware of current legislation in your area, too.

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