Uses of a Garbage Disposal Unit and How to Use It Properly

Do you dread having to clean up your kitchen after slicing up fruits and vegetables? You are not alone; in fact, some of the most passionate home cooks don’t particularly like this chore. The good news is that an in-sink garbage disposal unit like the In-Sink-Erator can make your life easier. It is especially designed to make cooking fun and hassle-free.

How does it work?

There is a huge misconception about in-sink garbage disposal systems. Many people think that these products work like blenders that cut and chop garbage. Actually, inside the garbage disposal unit are impellers or lugs that are attached to a spinning plate. When switched on, the impellers together with the plate use centrifugal force to push the food particles to a stationary grind ring. Fine wastes are transferred to the ordinary water pipeline through a disposer. The particles then travel to your septic tank or to a treatment facility, depending on the setup.

What can be placed in the unit?

Aside from fruits and vegetables, you can also dispose any kind of meat, poultry, seafood, dairy, grains, and bread using a garbage disposal unit. The In-Sink-Erator 0.65HP model features premium chamber insulation, large shell protection, and continuous-feeding capability.

How do you use an in-sink garbage disposal system?

You should simultaneously open the faucet as well as the switch of the in-sink garbage disposal. Avoid pre-loading the sink with trash prior to start-up.  You can feed the disposal unit with a steady flow of food particles. After you have finished with the grinding, allow water to flow for about 30 to 60 seconds to clear out the disposal line. You can now switch off the unit. It’s easy and hassle-free, so you can enjoy cooking and never have to worry about cleanup.

Resource URL – http://www.blog.samstores.com/uses-garbage-disposal-unit-use-properly/

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