InSinkErator Evolution Compact 3/4 HP Household Food Waste Disposer
InSinkErator disposer series like InSinkErator Evolution Compact 3/4 HP household food waste disposer works patented technologies which include the MultiGrind and SoundSeal technologies. These features indicate the disposer has capability to grind with more power but much quieter. This unit is deemed among the best when it comes to efficiency. It is among the leading top-of-the-line InSinkErator series. Features of this food waste disposer are appreciated by costumers because it reduces noise levels by more or less 60 percent. This proportion is more than the capabilities of typical disposal units used in households.
Tips for appropriate use of the disposer
1. Avoid very hard substances through the disposer
The three phase grinding function allows the unit to break down and liquefy food leftovers including chicken bones, vegetable stalks, peelings, among others. Homeowners who have chosen the InSinkErator Evolution Compact 3/4 HP household food waste disposer have to avoid hard substances through the food waste disposal. Whenever this happens, the shredding portion of the unit will become dull in time and become less effective. When there are hard leftover items although tiny can still get jammed in the equipment’s revolving parts.
2. Not all food leftovers can be processed through the disposer
All food waste disposers have their distinctive capacities for hard items that may go through the disposal. The high end models of disposers have more solidity capacities. They come with instructional manuals that typically detail the listing of items to be avoided when using the disposal. First-hand experience with the current disposer can teach a lot to the user. Some learning cannot be found within the instructional manual. Firm vegetable fibers can get stuck in certain food waste disposers. When there is something more solid and harder than what the unit can handle, do not allow it through the disposal. Place the waste in the trash bin and consider making a worm composting container.
3. Substances that have starch and are fibrous can be damaging to the disposer
Starchy items get thick eventually while fibers can jam the parts of the disposer and get entangled with the shredder. If these items need to be placed through the disposal, they need to be cut in very tiny pieces so as not to cause problems for the functionality of the equipment. Examples of these items are banana and potato peels, corncob, celery stalks, hard seeds, onion skins, coffee grounds, egg shells, among others. Egg shells can change into sand-like stuff. When they do, they can clog the pipes.
4. Cold water for the disposer
While the InSinkErator Evolution Compact 3/4 HP household food waste disposer is turned on, leave the cold water running as well from thirty seconds to a full minute as soon as the food leftovers and other organic matter have been cleared out of the drain. Cold water keeps the parts of the machine such as the motor, shredder, and bearings from getting overheated. The water facilitates the easy flow of the substances since it works to shove them downwards. Never run hot water since it can melt away any fat or oily substance. Once things cool down, this will solidify eventually and may cause blockade through the drain.