Add Convenience with a SinkTop Switch
The SinkTop Switch mounts to your sink, counter-top or even the front of your sink cabinet for a whole new way to operate your garbage disposal.
InSinkErator SinkTop Dual Outlet Disposal Air Switch - STS-OO
A convenient alternative to a wall switch, the stylish SinkTop Switch from InSinkErator is air-activated and easily mounts to the sink or countertop. It is also ideal for island installations. The dual outlet SinkTop Switch is for use with all disposers (must have AC power below sink). The SinkTop Switch has a 1-year over-the-counter replacement warranty. The kit includes power module, chrome and white buttons and rings, 33-inch power cord, 6-foot air line and installation instructions.
- Chrome and White finish buttons to complement decor
- Air activated
- For use with all InSinkErator garbage disposers
- Mounts easily to sink or countertop
- Unique two-outlet design also accommodates an InSinkErator instant hot water dispenser
- 1-year over-the-counter replacement warranty
- Includes power module with cord, chrome and white buttons and rings, 33-inch power cord, and 6-foot air line
- Requires 1-1/4-inch diameter hole
- For countertops with a 2-inch maximum thickness
Convenience Meets Style with the SinkTop Switch
People who add the air-powered SinkTop Switch to their kitchen have a hard time deciding what they appreciate more. Is it the conveniently located and easy-to-operate switch that replaces their wall switch? Or, is it the clean style that adds a touch of elegance to their sink? We say why not love both!
The SinkTop Switch mounts to your sink, counter-top or even the front of your sink cabinet for a whole new way to operate your garbage disposal. Press the SinkTop Switch and a blast of air travels to a module below the sink to turn on the disposal. Press it again and it stops!
5-Step Easy Installation
Step 1. Mount the InSinkErator SinkTop Switch Button through a 1-1/4-inch diameter hole in the sink, counter-top or front of the sink cabinet.
Step 2. Place the rubber gasket between the push button and the top of the sink counter. Tighten the plastic nut under the sink counter to ensure a watertight seal.
Step 3. Attach the air tubing between the push button and the power module. Push the tubing tightly onto the molded protrusions.
Step 4. Mount the power module and plug the power module into a dedicated, grounded 120V AC outlet that is continuously powered.
Step 5. Plug the disposer power cord into the power module. Press the push button to ensure that the SinkTop Switch turns the disposer on and off.