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Dos and Don'ts
Ensure that a steady stream of cold water runs into the disposer while it is operating and for three minutes after the final load to flush away all food waste.
Running cold water will ensure that the ground food waste flows through the drain pipes to the main sewer line.
Use a disposer to reduce your waste hauling charges.
Disposers reduce your dumpster size and/or number of pickups per week
Use a disposer to reduce kitchen labor costs.
Disposers can eliminate excessive trips to the dumpster and/or need for additional scraping personnel.
Use a disposer to improve sanitation.
Disposers remov wet waste from dumpsters, reducing th epotential for seepage, unpleasant odors, insects, rodents and the risk of cross contamination through harmful airborne pathogens.
Put the following items into a disposer: high volume of clam or oyster shells, drain cleaners, glass or plastic wrap.
These items may cause drain line clogs or cause the disposer to fail.
Fill disposer grind chamber full with food waste prior to starting.
Starting the disposer with a grind chamber full of food waste could result in a clogged drain line clog.
Tip cooking fats or oils into the disposer or th esink at all.
These items can cause drain line clogs. Instead pour grease into a container and throw them into the trash.
Key Factors in Choosing a Disposer
It's important to match the power to the volume of food waste produced.
HP ⇒ 75 people
1 HP ⇒ 100 people
HP ⇒ 200 people
2 HP ⇒ 300 people
3/4 HP ⇒ 750 people
Mainly determined by the construction material used in the grinding chamber, etc. It needs to be resistant to rusting and wear.
Does the sink mounting match the size of your sink opening?
Noise Reduction Features:
All disposers advertised by Central have a noise reduction feature.
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