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    InSinkErator

    InSinkErator Australia is the Australia’s and world’s largest manufacturer of food waste disposers which reduce the volume of kitchen waste. 

    From the planet’s best-selling range of food waste disposers to stylish and affordable steaming hot water taps, InSinkErator is the benchmark for style and convenience. If you need an answer to the messy issue of food waste disposals, or fancy joining the trend for hot water taps, InSinkErator is the brand to trust. 


     

    FAQ


    Food waste is fed into the disposer together with water from the cold tap. The food waste is simply and quickly ground into fine particles, no knives and no blades. The food waste is then flushed through the waste disposer and into your normal waste system. The InSinkErator food waste disposer is designed to cope with most types of food waste, including small bones, meat, fish, peelings, eggshells, nuts and much, much more.

    Only a few seconds, although it depends on the quantity and type of waste. The sound of the disposer will change, when there is no longer any food waste in the grind chamber and the impellers spin freely. After all food waste is ground, turn off the disposer and let the water run for about 15 seconds to flush the waste out of the grind chamber and out to the water drainage/sewer pipes. Only a small amount of water, time and effort is required.

    Waste disposers are built to rigorous standards on electrical and appliances. Contrary to what some may think, they do not have knives or blades…an assumed cause of safety concern.

    Most forms of food waste can be put through the food waste disposer — bones from fish and poultry, meat, large meat bones, fish scraps, vegetables, fruit, egg shells, and much more. Very stringy or fibrous foods such as celery should be avoided. Food waste disposers are designed for food waste only and packaging materials should not be put into the disposer.

    There are 4 easy steps to operate a disposer: Collect all food waste in the sink during food preparation and when scraping your dishes. Turn on the cold water followed by the disposer. Feed the food waste into the disposer. Listen for the disposer to finish its work. After grinding is complete, turn off the disposer and let the water run for a few seconds to flush the drain lines. *Never pour grease or fat into disposer or any drain.

    Standard disposers operate with some noise Newer, premium models are much quieter. In some cases,all you hear is the sound of water running. Advanced sound deadening features are included, similar to quiet dishwashers. Standard disposers offer one grind stage Newer premium models offer advanced, multi-stage grinding systems. Enable disposer to grind water variety of foods more efficiently.

    Disposers function in two ways - batch-feed and continuous Continuous feed models turn on with the flick of a switch or push of a button, and run until you turn the disposer off. Batch-feed models operate only when the disposer's cover is in place over the sink opening. Turning the cover turns the disposer on and off.

    No. InSinkErator disposers are designed to be maintenance-free. Regular usage is the best way to keep your disposer in good condition. A moderate stream of cold water following each use will keep your disposer clean.

    InSinkErator steaming hot water taps connect to mains cold water. You can carry out the work yourself, or use a plumber if you prefer. See installation guide.

    No. Your hot water tap can be installed into your existing sink.

    Based on average family usage, you can expect to change the filter on your InSinkErator steaming hot water tap twice a year.

    All InSinkErator steaming hot water taps use the space saving 2.5 litre tank which sits neatly under most sinks.

    No, no servicing is necessary.


    Contact

    471 mountian hwy
    Bayswater
    VIC  3153

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