GE Compactors & Disposers

GE Compactors & Disposers

GE Compactors and Disposers help take care of your dirty work

If you’re tired of taking out bag after bag of messy garbage, you’ll love the convenience of a GE Profile™ Series trash compactor. Just think how much easier your life could be by reducing your garbage volume up to 75%.

And with a GE® garbage disposal, just send your food waste down the drain once and for all. A powerful grinding action reduces food waste to small particles, making a GE disposer safe for any properly sized septic system. An advanced insulation package assures quieter-than-ever operation.

Compactors and Disposers

Compactor

Compactor

A GE waste compactor reduces household trash to as little as 25% of its original volume. And at less than 15 inches wide, the GE compactor compacts most refuse, including paper, cans, bottles, jars, plastic containers, wrappings, sweepings and some food wastes. Powerful operation is the result of a heavy-duty 1/3-horsepower motor and 2300 pounds of ram force crushing items to one-quarter of their original size.

How the Garbage Compactor Works
Simply drop trash into a disposable bag that lines the trash drawer and close the drawer. When you start the compactor, an electrically-operated ram moves down into the drawer, compacts trash, moves back up again—and the compactor shuts off automatically.

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Disposer

Disposer

Our new GE disposers have a powerful grinding action that reduces food waste to small particles, making them safe for any properly sized septic system. The new insulation package assures quiet operation. Hardworking, quiet and easy to install, it’s easy to see how the new GE Disposall® will fit into every kitchen.

How the Waste Disposer Works
Food wastes are fed into the disposer through the sink drain opening. The wastes fall into the grinding mechanism and are shredded into particles small enough to be floated away by the water.

What the Disposal Grinds
The disposer will grind almost all items of food waste. Naturally, some items require less time to grind than others. Items such as animal fat, skin and hard bones take longer to grind than vegetable parings. Mixing different types of waste will improve grinding efficiency.

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