- SoundSeal Technology which delivers quieter performance versus a standard disposer
- 40 oz. Stainless steel grind chamber and grind components for longevity
- The Power Cord Kit is easy to install and includes a three-foot UL Listed cord strain relief clamp, wire connectors and installation instructions
- Once installed, disposer plugs directly into a standard wall outlet.
“Eventually, A Disposal On My Farm. ”
I live on a farm with septic have been without a disposal for 17 decades. This was about 17 decades too long for my wife, so I finally decided to provide this a whirl. Installation was a breeze using clear instructions and many of what youll want (Youll need a way to maintain power and a strain relief or their pre packaged power cord kit (that comes with everything needed to plug in)) in addition to the final pieces to tie into your sewer drain. If youve never had a disposal in that website you will have to think about your strategy and figure two trips minimum to your local home improvement store.My kitchen didn’t have a switched outlet for a disposal so I also bought the InSinkErator switched outlet (http://www.amazon.com/InSinkErator-STS-00-Outlet-SinkTop-Switch/dp/B000BQO9XM?ieequalsUTF8andpscequals1andredirectequalstrueandref_equalsoh_aui_detailpage_o07_s03) to finish my install.The unit is silent and grinds up all without a hitch.The disposal takes up a fantastic amount of space under your sink you may have been using previously. Make sure you’ve got clearance if you’ve got a heavy sink.Two excursions (as proposed – once to get the parts that I thought I needed and after to get the part I actually need to finish) and what was up and functioning.
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“Big, Bulky, Powerful and Quiet…”
This item is HUGE! Dont be fooled by the picture, it will occupy a substantial amount of your under-sink space. We have a double bowl sink installed in a standard 24 cabinet, and have this poor boy installed at the left basin. It was too big to fit, so we needed to cut on the side wall from the cabinet. Luckily, there’s a void between it and the next cabinet so this was not a problem for us, but if you had a cabinet right next to a sink cabinet, you may have an problem. Shouldnt be a problem when you’ve got a bigger sink cabinet, or if you have a standard cabinet with a single basin with a drain at the center.The other obstacle youll likely have is how to join the pipes in such a way that you can still get into the cartridge. The design has the cartridge and and the plumbing spigot on opposite faces of the unit. This means you may either get the pipes, or the cartridge, not equally. We ended up mounting this around 45 degrees turned clockwise so I could access the pipes as well as replace the cartridge.The flange between the sink and unit does a good job dampening the sound, but it also does a bad job of letting air from the upper room. The result is a few bubbling when you start running the water. Furthermore, youll must actively push food scraps to the hole. Not a major deal, but I know some people would prefer to just use the sprayer to wash the food down. Not gont occur with this guy.All that said, the unit performs well. It is significantly quieter than our 11 year old preceding unit. After running, all you’ll hear is a small hum. Weve pushed celery stubs to the unit, and it doesnt faze it at all. Additionally, it seems to take it easy on the capsules, so I dont expect to be spending an arm/leg on replacements. We also have noticed a reduction in funky smell. Time will tell if that holds true as a result of the cartridge, or if its only the result of a new disposal smell.All in all, I’d recommend so long since you have the free space under your sink and dont mind needing to actively push the food into the disposal.