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In-Sink-Erator - Insinkerator Evolution Cover Control Product Demo

Insinkerator Evolution Cover Control Intro

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Insinkerator Evolution Cover Control Features

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    • Covered Operation: The extra assurance of covered operation. The disposer will only operate with the cover in place.
    • MultiGrind™: Two grind stages let you quickly grind difficult food waste you wouldn't put in a standard disposer, like celery and potato peels.
    • SoundSeal Plus™: Makes the Evolution Cover Control™ at least 60% quieter than standard disposers.
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    • Anti-Vibration Mount™: The Anti-Vibration Mount isolates the disposer in a cushion of rubber, which reduces the transfer of noise and vibration from the disposer to the sink.
    • Multi-Layer Soundlimiter™ Insulation: The multiple layers of open and closed cell material both muffle and trap noise emitted by the disposer.
    • GrindShear™ Ring: The ideal solution for stringy foods like cornhusks and celery is the GrindShear ring. It first grinds food into small particles along the surface of the ring. Then, the leftover particles are forced through a series of 40 pass-through windows and sheared into even finer waste.

 

Insinkerator Evolution Cover Control Zoom

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Insinkerator Evolution Cover Control Specs

The Evolution Cover Control™ has the following Specifications.

Type of Feed: Batch Feed
On/Off Control: Cover Control
Motor: Single Phase
HP: 3/4
Volts: 120
HZ: 60
RPM: 1725
Amp. (Avg. Load): 8.1
Time Rating: Intermittent
Lubrication: Permanently Lubricated Upper & Lower Bearings
Shipping Weight (Approx.): 23.5 lbs
Unit Finish: Gray TEN-1706
Overall Height: 13-1/3”
SoundSeal Plus Technology:
  • Anti-Vibration Mount™
  • Anti-Vibration Tailpipe Mount™
  • Sink Baffle
  • Multi-Layer SoundLimiter™ Insulation
MultiGrind Technology: GrindShear Ring™
Grind Chamber Capacity: 40 oz.
Motor Protection: Manual Reset Overload
Average Water Usage: 1/4 Gallon Per Person Per Day
Average Electrical Usage: 1/2 KWH Per Month
Drain Connection: 1-1/2” Anti-Vibration (Hose Clamp)
Dishwasher Drain Connection: Yes

 

Insinkerator Evolution Cover Control Installation

  • Tools and Materials Needed
    • Slotted Screwdriver
    • Adjustable Pliers
    • Plumber's Putty
    • Electrical Tape
    • Wire Nuts (2)
  • Optional Tools and Materials
    • Phillips Screwdriver
    • Drain Auger
    • 3/8" Electrical Clamp Connector
    • Second 1 1/2" Drain Trap
    • Hammer
    • Hacksaw
    • Water Hose Clamp
    • Pipe Wrench
    • Copper Ground wire
    • Dishwasher Drain Connection Kit
    • Air Gap
    • Drain Tube Extension
    • Electrical On/Off Switch or InSinkErator SinkTop Switch™
    • InSinkErator Power Cord Kit
  • Overview
    • Turn off power
    • Remove existing disposer
    • Check condition of mounting hardware
    • Connect drain and install disposer
  • Removing Existing Disposer
    • Turn off power
    • Disconnect drain trap
    • Loosen mounting ring
    • Disconnect electrical connections
  • Removing Mounting Hardware
    • Loosen mounting screws
    • Pry off snap ring
    • Remove mounting assembly
    • Push old sink flange up through sink hole
  • Installing Mounting Bracket
    • Place putty around opening
    • Press flange into place
    • Slide on pieces from under the sink
    • Tighten bracket
  • Tap Out Knockout Plug
    • If needed, tap out dishwasher plug
    • Lay disposer on its side
  • Mounting Preparation
    • Lay disposer on its side
    • Make electrical connections
  • Installation of Disposer
    • Mount disposer under sink
    • Connect discharge tube to drain plumbing
    • Connect dishwasher drain to disposer
    • Lock the disposal into place
    • Insert Quiet Collar baffle
  • Cover Control Model Installation
    • Mount disposer under sink
    • Connect discharge tube to drain plumbing
    • Connect dishwasher drain to disposer
    • Lock the disposal into place
    • Snap the cover control into place
  • Final Steps
    • Lock the disposer into place
    • Test for leaks
    • Turn electrical on and test operation

 

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