500A-ATF-K Excellent Series
Installation in sink / washing line
The benefit of using a DRR-K assembly is the ability to use the full diameter of the inlet to the grinder. This comes in use when large amounts of food waste is to be ground at the same time and for when the waste itself requires a large inlet, i.e. bones. Food waste is able to enter the grinding unit in a continuous manner but a protection lid will prevent accidental access to the rotating grinding unit during operation. The protection lid is fitted with a limit switch which stops the disposer motor when the lid is lifted.
Standard delivery includes complete contactor with motor protector, flushing water device (flushing nozzle or flush pipe with air gap) and complete solenoid valve with line strainer. Food waste disposers within the 500A Excellent Series features grinders of specially alloyed steel, housings and mounting assemblies of stainless steel EN 1.4301 (AISI304) and a protection class of IP55 – all assuring long life expectancy and operational reliability.
DISPERATOR FOOD WASTE DISPOSERS are approved according to SS EN1717 (i.e. the flushing water pipe with air gap to sink meets the standard for protection against reflux on liquid category 5 in fresh water pipes)
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With a separating food waste system including a food waste disposer the exceeding water released into the municipal sewer falls below the Stockholm Water Company’s regulation for grease and suspendable substances. Food waste grinders in the 500A-Excellent Series offer many different sizes with a wide variety of mounting assemblies for installation under sinks, in working tops or as free-standing.
The ground food waste is transported with water through the drain system to a food waste separator tank where the food waste is separated due to the special design of the tank. Oil and grease spills over to the next tank, being the grease separator. Consequently, the food waste and grease are collected and stored in different tanks while the exceeding water continues into the municipal sewer system. Both tanks can be dimensioned to cater to your business’s specific requirements.
The food waste system is designed to use the wastewater pipes for the transport of food waste by gravity. The food waste is ground in the kitchen where it arises, without unnecessary transportation, by a disposer. Would the kitchen have several workstations where food waste arise or would several kitchens in i.e. a mall want to share one system, this is no problem as several units may be connected to a single system.
Permission for connecting of a food waste disposer to a semi-open system is determined by each individual municipality. An increasing number of municipalities allow installation, please contact your local authority for information about the current regulations.