INSINKERATOR BUYING GUIDE
Insinkerators are a great way of safely getting rid of kitchen waste whilst minimizing land fill.
It is an understated appliance that can make a big difference to the way you save time and space in the kitchen. Most waste foods can be inserted into the insinkerator. This eliminates food scraps. An added advantage to this means there will be no food cross contamination. Imagine not having to walk to the bin every time you needed to throw food scraps out during preparation. This will minimize preparation and cleaning time.
The biggest waste contributor in all households is food. An insinkerator is an instant disposal device for food. It will save space in your bin and eliminate odours and bacteria lingering in your kitchen area. This will also stop the attraction of bugs and other rodents to your bin.
It is not only soft foods that can be disposed through an insinkerator, it also eliminates, small bones, fish, shells and any small food stuffs quickly and quietly.
How does and insinkerator work?
The most important thing to remember is that water is necessary to complete the elimination process for the insinkerator. Make sure the cold water is running before you turn on the insinkerator. The unit’s flange sit where the sink hole would normally be. Place the food into the flange, turn it on and the waste is ground into small pieces near to liquification. It is then eliminated down the hole. No blade is involved, it is an internal grind ring. Another environmental advantage is the waste is eliminated to the sewage drain, instead of the storm water. The cold water must run for 15 seconds after the disposal of scraps. This is the same as a toilet flush.
Advantages of a disposer
• A much more hygienic kitchen area
• Cleaner bins that require less emptying
• Reduces the cost and waste of plastic bags
• Less landfill usage