3/4 HP Motor
A powerful 3/4 HP garbage disposal quickly reaches its maximum spin speed, so it can grind hard food faster without jamming or clogging. This is the recommended high-speed disposal for a family of 2-4 people
This DIY, easy installation food disposal only requires a few steps and has everything you need included in the box.
Drain Boost technology
An angled fin pumps water down with more force to help clear drains and reduce clogs
Over 3100 RPM
High RPM provides a fast, fine grind. Based on RPM testing of cleared GE and competitive models
Optional accessory power cord sold separately - model WC12X10002
Extra-large 32-ounce grind chamber capacity lets you grind more types of food, so you can reduce food waste and keep your kitchen clean. This is the recommended food disposal for a family of 2-4 people
- 3/4 HP Motor
- Easy Installation
- Drain Boost technology
- Over 3100 RPM
- Optional accessory power cord sold separately - model WC12X10002
- 34-ounce grind chamber capacity
- Cold-rolled carbon steel armature shaft material
- Wall switch with sink stopper
- Manual reset overload protector
- Dishwasher drain connector
- Stainless steel sink flange
- 2 level precutter
||Continuous Feed Disposers
|Grinding Speed (RPM)
||2 Level Precutter
|Armature Shaft Material
||Cold-Rolled Carbon Steel
|Approximate Shipping Weight
|Dishwasher Inlet Diameter
|Drain Outlet Diameter
|Sink Flange Kit
||Limited 1-year entire appliance
||Limited 5-year entire appliance
||See written warranty for full details
||Sound Reduction Technology
||120 V; 60 Hz; 6.0 A
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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.
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