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Model # COVER CONTROL PLUS

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Evolution Cover Control Plus 3/4 HP Batch Feed Food Garbage Disposal

$259.00 /each
  • Replacement is easy with the Quick Lock sink mount
  • Includes stainless steel grind chamber/components for durability
  • The perfect option for an island kitchen sink

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Product Overview

Evolution Cover Control Plus garbage disposal from InSinkErator offers the extra assurance of covered operation. Activated by the magnetic Cover Start switch, it runs only when the cover is on. Featuring patented sound and grind technology, the Evolution Cover Control Plus offers high-performance operation.

  • Multi grind technology, with two grind stages to quickly grind difficult food waste
  • Sound seal technology which delivers ultra-quiet performance
  • Magnetic cover start activation means no wall switch is required
  • Robust chrome plated die cast zinc stopper that holds back water when needed, and will only turn on disposer when manually activated
  • 40 oz. stainless steel grind chamber and components protect against corrosion, add strength, and help prolong product life
  • 3/4 horsepower Dura drive induction motor reliably handles heavy daily use, delivers maximum grinding power, quiet operation, and longer life
  • Quick lock sink mount for easy installation and replacement for virtually any disposer
  • We come to you 7-year in-home limited warranty from InSinkErator that includes free house calls (including parts and labor) for the entire warranty period
  • Power cord not included (sold separately)
  • Made in the U.S.A.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
10 
Product Height (in.) 
16.25 
Product Length (in.) 
10 
Product Width (in.) 
10 

Details

Dishwasher drain connection 
Yes 
Disposer Feed 
Batch Feed 
Energy Consumption (kWh/year) 
Grind chamber capacity (oz.) 
40 
Grinding Speed (RPM) 
1725 
Horsepower (hp) 
3/4 hp 
Kitchen Product Type 
Disposal 
Noise insulation 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Stainless steel grind chamber 
Yes 
Voltage (volts) 
120 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
7-Year parts and in-home service 

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Is this disposal safe for use with septic systems as opposed to sewer?

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Many other descriptions include ..compatible with septic. Need to know this before purchase
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Val Verde, CA
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February 2, 2016
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We have a septic and it works fine. I don't know how a disposal can be septic safe of unsafe for septic. I think that every disposal is septic safe.
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September 19, 2015
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From what I have been told by my builder, using a disposal with a septic system is not recommended.
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January 5, 2015
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Hi, this is Jerica from InSinkErator Customer Service. All conventional InSinkErator disposers have always been safe for properly sized septic systems. For example, if your system is sized for a dishwasher or clothes washer, it can handle a disposer. After all, a disposer uses only about as much water per day as one flush of a toilet. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us through Read More
Hi, this is Jerica from InSinkErator Customer Service. All conventional InSinkErator disposers have always been safe for properly sized septic systems. For example, if your system is sized for a dishwasher or clothes washer, it can handle a disposer. After all, a disposer uses only about as much water per day as one flush of a toilet. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us through insinkeratorfeedback@emerson.com or call InSinkErator AnswerLine at 1 (800) 558-5700. Thank you. Read Less
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I would limit the amount of garbage being disposed of to eliminate grease/fats from clogging the drain field and causing the septic tank to be pumped out more often. Read the following from InSinkErator:
Septic Assist Food Waste Disposers
Every time you turn your disposer on, Bio-Charge®, a fragrant and environmentally friendly treatment of natural microorganisms, is injected into the disposer. This Read More
I would limit the amount of garbage being disposed of to eliminate grease/fats from clogging the drain field and causing the septic tank to be pumped out more often. Read the following from InSinkErator:
Septic Assist Food Waste Disposers
Every time you turn your disposer on, Bio-Charge®, a fragrant and environmentally friendly treatment of natural microorganisms, is injected into the disposer. This treatment begins to break down food waste in your septic system.
See how the Septic Assist Disposer works
Exclusive Bio-Charge Enzyme Treatment Helps Keep Your Septic System Running Smoothly.
The Bio-Charge Injection Technology automatically injects more than 300 million enzyme-producing microorganisms into the Septic Assist each time it is operated.
•Helps break down food waste (fats, grease, proteins and starches)
•Helps break down solid waste including toilet paper
•Deodorizes to help control sink and drain odors
•Safe for drain fields, pipes and the environment
Why Have a Septic Assist Disposer?
A septic system is designed to safely treat and dispose of household waste from the kitchen and bathroom(s). If your system is sized to handle a dishwasher or clothes washer in addition to sinks and toilets, it can handle a disposer as well.
Wastewater flows into your septic tank, where solids that are lighter than water (such as grease, oils and paper) float to the top and form a layer of scum. Solids that are heavier than water float to the bottom and form a layer of sludge.
The middle layer of partially clarified water flows through a distribution box that evenly disperses it into your drain field. Gravel and soil then filter out pollutants and bacteria.
Naturally occurring bacteria in your septic tank help to decompose solid matter, but can't take care of it all. Thats why, periodically, sludge must be pumped from your tank to keep solid overflow from contaminating your drain field. When you choose an InSinkErator Evolution Septic Assist® Disposer, Bio-Charge treatment is added to your system with every use. These microorganisms digest both food and household waste inside your septic tank, reducing the accumulation of solids. Read Less
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What cord/accessory kit is compatible with this model of garbage disposal? Are there any additional parts/accessories needed for the instal?

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You can use a length of Romex or other three conductor 12 gauge wire and a three prong plug to wire this unit for use with a standard electrical outlet if you already have one under the sink. I you do not already have an outlet under the sink, then you would have to find a way to hard-wire this unit to a source of power (using an electrician to do this would be the safest course of action).
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You need an appliance "whip". You can find these at home depot as well. Measure the distance from your disposer to the wall outlet and buy by length accordingly. You also need a 3/8" electrical part called a screw connector. This holds the wire security to the bottom of the disposer. That should be the only extra parts you need.
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September 22, 2014
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Hi, this is Jerica from InSinkErator Customer Service. The power cord kit that you can purchase for this unit is called CRD-00. You may ask Home Depot for assistance in purchasing this accessory. Other accessories or tools that you must have are a non-hardening plumber’s putty and a dishwasher connector kit (DWC-00) if you are going to connect your disposer to a dishwasher. If you have further questions, Read More
Hi, this is Jerica from InSinkErator Customer Service. The power cord kit that you can purchase for this unit is called CRD-00. You may ask Home Depot for assistance in purchasing this accessory. Other accessories or tools that you must have are a non-hardening plumber’s putty and a dishwasher connector kit (DWC-00) if you are going to connect your disposer to a dishwasher. If you have further questions, you may call InSinkErator AnswerLine at 1 (800) 558-5700. Thank you. Read Less
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September 20, 2014
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Are you replacing one, or is this a new install? If replacing, you can use the cord off the old one. You may need some drain parts if the spacing is different. Download the user's guide, it has more info.
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Wall switch needed?

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The video says "there's no need for a separate wall switch", but the pdf installation instructions say "This disposer requires a switch with a marked “Off” position (wired to disconnect all ungrounded supply conductors) installed within sight of the disposer sink opening (1 hp minimum rating). So...which one is right? Does this need a switch or not?
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The cover is the on/off switch, so I don't know why an extra switch is required. My thought is that there may be a building code which requires an on-off switch. Each state has it's own code, so I don't know what your state requires. If you don't need an on-off switch, then the cover works as the switch. I hope this helps.
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June 20, 2016
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Hi, this is Jerica from InSinkErator® Customer Service. All InSinkErator batch feed disposers do not require a separate wall switch. Its magnetic stopper is used to operate the disposer on and off. We will check the installation guide of this disposer and make the necessary corrections if needed. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us through insinkeratorfeedback@emerson.com or call Read More
Hi, this is Jerica from InSinkErator® Customer Service. All InSinkErator batch feed disposers do not require a separate wall switch. Its magnetic stopper is used to operate the disposer on and off. We will check the installation guide of this disposer and make the necessary corrections if needed. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us through insinkeratorfeedback@emerson.com or call InSinkErator AnswerLine at 1 (800) 558-5700. Thank you. Read Less
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The "batch" feed style of disposer is controlled by a magnetic or mechanical switch built into the neck of the disposer and controlled/engaged by either a magnet in the cover/lid or a suitable projection which contacts the switch when the cover/lid is INSERTED and twisted to a locked position. The "batch" type of disposer is the safest type and the most used today. Note that while a wall switch is not Read More
The "batch" feed style of disposer is controlled by a magnetic or mechanical switch built into the neck of the disposer and controlled/engaged by either a magnet in the cover/lid or a suitable projection which contacts the switch when the cover/lid is INSERTED and twisted to a locked position. The "batch" type of disposer is the safest type and the most used today. Note that while a wall switch is not NECESSARY for the unit to be energized, it is still a good safety idea to have one installed, "Just In Case".
A wall switch is necessary when for operation when using a "continuous feed" disposer. These disposers can be energized and left running while a continuous quantity of material is introduced and ground. The wall switch MUST be located as stated. "within sight of the disposer opening" to give the optimum chance of NOT taking your fingers off by accident., but PLEASE NOTE that the "batch" feed is still the safest to use.
Please note that this form of disposer use is NOT safe unless you are a professional kitchen worker! It is absolutely the most dangerous of any kitchen appliances.
Please note that the use of a "knee" or "hip" switch to energize a continuous -feed disposer is dangerous in the extreme!
PLEASE note that any time you feel the need to work on a disposer, you should TURN OFF THE POWER TO THAT CIRCUIT AT THE MAIN BOX. Read Less
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Do you have rubber feeder part?

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May 16, 2016
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Hi Ouida, this is Belle from InSinkErator Customer Service. If you are referring to the baffle that is installed in the sink hole opening, the Evolution Cover Control Plus does not have that part. The Cover Control Plus magnetic control sits in the neck of the unit past the flange, therefore one can't use the magnetic cover control stopper to turn on/off the unit when there is baffle inserted in the sink Read More
Hi Ouida, this is Belle from InSinkErator Customer Service. If you are referring to the baffle that is installed in the sink hole opening, the Evolution Cover Control Plus does not have that part. The Cover Control Plus magnetic control sits in the neck of the unit past the flange, therefore one can't use the magnetic cover control stopper to turn on/off the unit when there is baffle inserted in the sink hole opening. If you have any other questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at insinkeratorfeedback@emerson.com. Thank you. Read Less
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This unit does not use a "feeder": Unlike a wall-switch controlled disposal unit, the "Cover control switch" serves the purpose of the feeder unit. As the unit will not operate without the control cover being in place and locked, there is no use for a separate feeder/plunger.
Incidentally, if you need something to "shove" the refuse into the maceration chamber, you should reduce the amount of refuse Read More
This unit does not use a "feeder": Unlike a wall-switch controlled disposal unit, the "Cover control switch" serves the purpose of the feeder unit. As the unit will not operate without the control cover being in place and locked, there is no use for a separate feeder/plunger.
Incidentally, if you need something to "shove" the refuse into the maceration chamber, you should reduce the amount of refuse or the size of the pieces... This is a great unit but it CAN be overloaded and burned out. Also, even if it id does require a locked cover control to operate, FINGERS OUT of the chamber! The Titanic couldn't sink, either.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 390 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by InSinkErator disposal with cover control Love that it doesn't have a wall switch and no one's hands can be accidently injured. The magnetic cover is great. Also it is super quiet compared to the other disposals I have had in the past June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Batch Feed Disposal! This is a very strong disposal with a 3/4 horsepower motor. It is very quiet in comparison to the same horsepower rated Insinkerator batch feed disposal it replaced (after 23 years of excellent service). It is extremely easy to use, and it was easy to install in well less than an hour. I highly recommend this disposal. September 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by garbage disposal I wanted a batch feed disposal, and this seemed to be the best choice. April 12, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by I don't like it I do not like it. Not sure why everyone thinks it is "so" quiet. I find it no different than my other new garbage disposal. I do not like the magnetic cap to run the disposal. You have to put your hands in all the garbage you stick in there to try and get it screwed on right to get it to work. Not sure why anyone likes it. I don't want to touch the garbage. It take a minute or longer just to get it screwed one right. I would not buy it again and it certainly was not worth paying more for. and it is huge. Not a lot of room once this baby gets in there. i have a granite apron sink that is very large so there was little room to begin with. October 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by THE BEST! Finally after 13 years My old insinkerator pro 17 died, Did I say 13 years, YES I did. Got this one today So far so great, This one is quiet and the reason it's wider is the reason it's quiet Very easy to install. Now if I can have T-Mobile service this great it would be awesome!!! Thank's for viewing January 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great idea that works well - just don't lose the drain stopper! What a great idea! the drain stopper works as the switch to turn the unit on and off. If you are doing a new install and you don't have an on/off switch, you don't need one with this unit. Just run the power to the unit and twisting the stopper will make the disposal turn on and off. I have noticed a couple problems with this system. First is when the drain is clogged and there's some messy stuff in the sink. You have to put your hand in the mess and then turn the stopper to turn the disposal on - yuck! The second problem is when the sink is full of very hot water (like when you're trying to flush the disposal) and you want to pull the stopper and run the disposal. You have to stick your hand in the hot water - not pleasant and if your water is really hot, you could get burned. Also, don't lose the cover or you can't turn the disposal on! One final observation. The unit is much taller than a regular disposal. That's because of the magnetic control switch. You lose some of that space below the disposal and it's harder to get things under the disposal (some things no longer fit under the sink). Other than these couple problems, I think our new disposal is awesome and I highly recommend it to someone looking for a high quality, powerful disposal. February 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Evolution Extremely easy installation. Works as promised. Very, very quiet when running. January 26, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Functionality Won't chew up a half lemon What else does a disposal do? December 29, 2015
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