The choice of disposer size is determined based upon type and the volume of food waste or number of persons per meal. A higher motor power and larger grinding unit allows for, besides increased grinding power, also increased pumping and transport capacity of the grounded food waste through the water trap and into draining pipe. A larger model should be chosen if the disposer is expected to run for long periods without stopping, e.g. for continuous operation during 1-2 hours when removing food waste from plates.
Similarly, when there is a borderline case between two models, the larger and more powerful model should always be chosen.
A range of mounting assemblies make it easy to install the basic models into sinks, washing lines, working benches or as free-standing units. Fittings for both continuous and batch feeding are available.
- Optional cutlery saver – Magnetic cutlery saver or baffle prevents damage to cutlery and grinding unit. (Certain models)
- System protection – The automatic overload system protects the motor from damage if the grinder becomes jammed.
- Simple controls – Simple to use, waterproof IP65 controls can be integral, wall mounted or remote.
- A range of mounting assemblies/models for mounting into sinks, washing lines, working benches or as free-standing units.