Various Systems Of Garbage Disposal
Solid wastes from the kitchen that collect during the preparation of food, clean-up after a meal, washing plates, pots, and pans manually in the sink, have to be disposed appropriately. Otherwise they can end up in your kitchen drain. You will encounter a back-flowing drain. A plumber is generally called to remove the clog with a plunger or a drain snake etc. To prevent this garbage disposal systems fitted in sinks are very handle. These work on very simple principle. They have a flat plate with small, rotating steel mashers, and an inner disposal wall that has “teeth”. These are there to grind and masticate your food waste. A motor is there to make the whole thing work. There are two types of in-sink garbage disposal system.
Batch feed disposals: Although these are more expensive than continuous feed disposal, they are worth the cost. They come with a stopper. After the solid food waste falls into it, you have to put the cover or stopper to enable the machine to start its function. This lessens the chances of accident. It is not suitable for houses that have to dispose a large quantity of food waste. It can be installed easily within a home.
Some modern models of dishwasher also have garbage disposal units integrated with them. These are meant to grind the food wastes that accumulate after the plates are washed. Otherwise, you may be able to connect your dishwasher to your sink garbage disposal.