Motor Horsepower: 1/3 H.P.
Motor Speed R.P.M: 1900
Motor Type: Permanent Magnet
Stopper/Actuator: Positive Seal
Sink Flange: Stainless Steel & Celcon
Splash Guard: Removable
Waste Elbow: ABS
Grind Ring: Heavy Gauge Galvanized Steel
Swivel Impellers: Stainless Steel
Turntable: Galvanized Steel
Hopper: Glass Filled Nylon
Grinding Chamber: Corrosion Proof Glass Filled Polyester
Bearings: Permanently Lubricated; Sleeve Type
Overload Protector: Manual Reset Type
Shipping Weight (Ibs.): 8.73
Pallet Quantity: 196
- HIGH-SPEED MOTOR: The 1/3 HP, 1900 RPM permanent magnet motor jams less
- EASY INSTALLATION AND CLEANING: EZ Mount for a quick and easy kitchen sink installation, removable splashguard for easy cleaning
- 2 YEAR PROTECTION: 2-year Limited Warranty
- NO ELECTRICAL EXPERTISE NEEDED: Pre-installed power cord, no electrical work required
- LIGHTWEIGHT: Compact and lightweight garbage disposal saves space under the sink
- CONTINUOUS FEED DISPOSAL: Activated by a wall switch, the disposal quickly grinds food waste continuously as it runs
|Basic Specs Horsepower
||permanent magnet motor
||standard 115 voltage
|Drain Connection Size
|Sink Drain Flange Finish
|Grind Component Material
|Grind Chamber Material
||corrosion proof polymer
||drain elbow &mounting assembly; sink flange; reset button; splash guard; power cord; drain stopper
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Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you. See pricing in the shopping cart.
Includes 12 months warranty on parts and labor and an additional 6 months for parts.
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