KitchenAid started as a brand in 1919, introduced by the Hobart Corporation, as the H-5 food mixer. The new product created its own category with other homeware companies following suit. As the company expanded, they offered washing machines and later other consumer items too. As such, the brand is historic and trusted by consumers who are familiar with it.
Here we look at five different KitchenAid garbage disposal units. Most are continuous feed, but at least one is the batch feed type. The models range widely in the amount of horsepower delivered from its motor to cut efficiently thought waste products. The speed of the blades and other features may vary from model to model. The major differences in models are the stainless-steel parts used more in the expensive models, how many stages are used for grinding and its volume capability for waste.
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Final word’s – Choosing a waste disposal unit is made easier with KitchenAid because of all the model’s presented offer several features that become familiar when looking over the choices.
Stainless steel parts are used more in the pricier models to ensure they’ll hold up over 5 years or more. The volume capacity is also a little greater, but this doesn’t make too much difference really. The number of stages of the grinding system does cut up food waste into tinier parts ready for disposal. The multiple sound chambers also offer better control of the grinding sound than cheaper models deliver into the kitchen which for families spending time in the kitchen after their meal might find annoying otherwise.
You don’t get a faster rpm on the motor with a more powerful one. It’s simply better able to handle greater loads more easily. The added power of a ¾ or one horsepower motor powers three stages instead of two for multiple passes to grind waste more effectively. Larger families will suit the more powerful models better, but smaller families might find the half or ¾ horsepower models to be enough for them.