304 North Cardinal St.
Dorchester Center, MA 02124
304 North Cardinal St.
Dorchester Center, MA 02124
DUAL OUTLET SINKTOP SWITCH: A convenient alternative to a wall switch, the stylish SinkTop Switch is air-activated, easily mounts to the sink or countertop, & enables use of both instant hot water and a disposal from a single outlet.
A convenient alternative to a wall switch, the stylish SinkTop Switch from InSinkErator is air-activated and easily mounts to the sink or counter top. It is also ideal for island installations. The SinkTop Switch is for use with all disposers (must have AC power below sink.)
Countertop Disposal Air Switch WHAT IS IT? The Essential Values Countertop Disposal Air Switch works like a button on your sink that is an alternative to a wall switch. It uses the pressure of air to turn on and off your garbage disposal.
A garbage disposal doesn’t require a special switch, a wall switch will do. However, it is recommended to use any of the special switches like an air switch, a wireless switch, or a toe kick switch for safety and convenience.
The best location for the disposal switch is an airswitch on your counter, next to the faucet. It will not harm or crack your granite to have the air switch there.
The term air switch can be used to refer to the push button switch or the actual air which is connected to the electrical circuit. The push button switch (or footswitch etc depending on the application) is also known as a pneumatic switch.
Wireless switches use a remote control to turn the garbage disposal on and off. The garbage disposal connects the included power module, which the remote controls. You can use your remote control from across the room for added convenience. Also, it’s super safe since you can hide the switch from children.
Make sure that the disposal switch is in the OFF position. Gently press the red button in to reset garbage disposal. If it does not stay in (retracted), wait ten minutes and try again. Turn on a cold stream of water and turn the disposal switch to ON position, the disposal should now run again.
Safety – First and foremost, air switches are very safe. Even though the control box/air switch is plugged into an electrical outlet under the sink, there’s no electricity at the point of contact with the countertop garbage disposal button. Thus, reducing the risk of electrical shock.
Check the circuit breaker or fuse. To be certain, switch the breaker off then on, or replace the fuse. … If the breaker or fuse is OK, check that the electrical switch is working properly. To do this, unplug the garbage disposal and plug something else into the outlet for a test.
The flange in your bathroom sink is the collar that surrounds the sink’s drain. It is usually made of metal, but may be made of plastic and coated in a metallic finish. If this flange cracks or erodes, it can cause water to leak through the sink at this point.
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What Are the Parts of a Kitchen Sink Called?
Types of Garbage Disposals to Know Continuous utilizes a switch to turn the unit on and off. There is also an air switch model that uses air to activate the disposal. What all these models have in common is that the power feeding the disposal should come from an outlet under the sink.
A switch only needs to be rated for the load it controls. Unless your GD draws more than 15 amps a 15 amp witch is fine.
SAFE ACTIVATION using disposal air switch The wall switch is best mounted off the surface area of a counter or sink (to avoid the wet environment), which can make them an inconvenience. … Using a disposal air switch you remove the risk of electrical shock because there is no current at the point of actuation.
The power switch for the garbage disposal is a common toggle type that looks exactly the same as a light switch, usually mounted on the backsplash, or the wall just above it. Such switches are sold at hardware stores and home improvement centers.
We normally place it right next to the faucet itself. This eliminates an electrical switch from being placed on the wall, where it can clutter up the look of your backsplash. And it works great with island sinks.
Presair air switches create a safe switching mechanism where water, fire or other hazardous material may be present, such as a kitchen. Commonly used for garbage disposals, the air switch turns equipment on/off with the push of a button or other air bellow.
The switch is a convenient and alternative method to turn on your garbage disposal. It uses air pressure instead of electricity to activate your unit. So it reduces the potential of an electric shock when you’ve wet hands. The air switch is a push button mounted on your countertop or kitchen sink.
When there is a garbage disposal installed, the dishwasher drain line should run down from the air gap or high loop and connect to a side nipple on the disposal, where it connects with a hose clamp. Do not bypass the garbage disposal if it is present.
A garbage disposal can be installed in either a single kitchen sink or on one half of a double sink with a strainer basket in the drain of the second half of the sink. … Tuck a rag into the exposed drain line to keep any smells from the drain at bay.