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We cater to commercial and residential markets alike, and with our experience, we're certain we'll find you the perfect solution no matter what your needs. Whether you're just a passionate amateur cook looking to outfit your home kitchen, or a business trying to keep your space efficient and clean, you'll find what you're looking for.
A reliable food waste disposer isn't just a nice-to-have; considering the benefits it provides, it can be a necessity for the conscientious cook:
A food waste disposer is a small electrical appliance, containing a grinding mechanism, that is fitted beneath the wastewater outlet in your sink. Food waste is fed down the outlet and immediately into the disposer, which grinds it into find particles that can easily flow through your plumbing.
Its primary purpose is to aid you in getting rid of food waste, as an alternative to composting (which can be difficult in homes without the necessary space) or simply throwing waste into bins (which go to landfills, or which can cause a stink around your home).
Not at all. Disposers are designed to attach to the average kitchen sink. Your main consideration should be whether you have enough space beneath your sink to fit the disposer. Please check each disposer's page for its specifications.
Installing a food waste disposer is a simple and non-destructive process. We recommend you employ a plumber or handyperson to ensure the job is done safely.
No, unless something significant goes wrong.
Disposers are straightforward appliances, and our range features innovative features to prevent clogging or breakdowns. These features include jam-detection circuits that temporarily increase power to overcome tough waste, and reverse grinding action, to unclog and protect your disposer from damage.
Disposers do not store food waste. As you feed waste into your disposer, you should let cool water run from your tap. The flowing water will help push the waste through the grinding mechanism.
The particulate waste then flows through your plumbing and into the sewage.
While our disposers are extraordinarily powerful and come equipped with built-in features explicitly designed to overcome jams and clogs, you should still be vigilant about what you put into your disposer.
The following is a list of things we recommend you avoid putting into your disposer, either because they may damage or clog the mechanism, or more generally because they may clog your plumbing entirely.
We schedule maintenance for your system at regular intervals to keep it in perfect working order. There's no need to remember and book your service, we handle it all for you.
Along with manufacturer warranties, we provide a 12-month service warranty which covers repairs and replacement parts for your system.
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