Waste Disposers

**Continuous Feed vs. Batch Feed ** Continuous Feed: Most disposers are continuous feed and manually controlled by a wall or sink-top switch. This helps to keep hands clear of the disposer when it is turned on. While operating, the mouth of the unit remains open and is protected by a rubber anti-splash baffle. This permits you to continuously feed waste into the grinder. However, the baffle will wear, and thus must occasionally be replaced. Batch Feed: A Bath feed disposer is a safer model that only functions when the stopper is placed into the drain. This keeps the mouth of the unit closed off while operating and in turn prevents you from grinding your hands by accident. Because no wall or sink-top switch is needed, installation will also be easier. However, you can't continually feed waste into the disposer of a batch feed model. Only the "batch" already under the stopper can be disposed of at a given time. Despite this limitation, which only comes into effect if you need to process large amounts of waste, we strongly suggest installing a batch feed disposer. For only a slight increase in price, you can help guarantee the safety of yourself and children. This notion has already started to catch on in the Northeastern states, and it's time for the rest of the world to realize it as well.
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