A: The Badger 900 has a standard size in-sink opening so yes, this should fit.
A: Hi LGas72, thank you for getting in touch with us. Yes, the InSinkErator SilverSaver Sink Stopper will fit the Badger 900.
A: The center part can be in the up or down position. In the up position, it sticks up a little bit. In the down position, it is flush or a little lower than the hole. It's a nice product to keep silverware from going into the drain.
A: It's adjustable, turn it clockwise and it closes, and sits almost flush with the hole. Keep turning it and it opens and sits higher than the hole.
A: Can twist and hold water in sink or twist up to let water flow into disposal while running.
A: It is Lower than the hole on my sink.
A: Hi Gary, while operating the disposer, this stopper is set in with the center portion in the up position to allow the water to flow. Its versatile, dual-position, and closes tightly for use as a conventional sink stopper.
A: I use items that go in easily...not too large.
A: No - only small pieces
A: Hi Brad, the stopper won't let larger food waste enter the garbage disposal unless you remove it from the sink opening. This stopper lets water and small food particles ″in″ the disposer but keeps silverware and other objects ″out″.
A: Yes, it will stop silverware from dropping into disposal, however, be sure that it doesn't restrict water flow.
A: Hi FaerieElaine, you may use this stopper instead of the rubber piece or what we call sink baffle. However, you need to remove the stopper whenever you put food waste in your garbage disposal. The Silver Saver Stopper works like a conventional sink stopper that lets water and small food particles ″in″ the disposer but keeps silverware and other objects ″out″.
A: Yes, although you'll have to remove it to allow larger waste items to go through.