Waste disposal units, also known as garbage disposals, are kitchen appliances designed to grind up food waste and flush it down the drain. There are two main types of waste disposal units: continuous feed and batch feed.
Continuous feed waste disposal units operate continuously when switched on, allowing you to add food waste to the unit while it is running. This makes them convenient for disposing of large amounts of food waste at once, but also means they can be potentially dangerous if not used properly.
Batch feed waste disposal units, on the other hand, are designed to be used in batches. They require you to fill the chamber with food waste and then activate the disposal by inserting a special stopper into the unit. This makes them safer to use than continuous feed units, but also means they may be less convenient if you have a lot of food waste to dispose of at once.
In summary, Wastemaid continuous feed waste disposal units allow you to add food waste while the unit is running, while batch feed units require you to fill the chamber and activate the disposal manually. Both types of units have their advantages and disadvantages, so the choice ultimately depends on your personal preferences and needs.