Supplier Spotlight: Emerson

Emerson MEA senior business development manager Mohamed Karam sheds light on the new offerings

When was your company launched?

InSinkErator was founded in Racine, Wisconsin by John W. Hammes, who is credited for inventing the ‘in-sink’ food waste disposal system in 1927. The company was later acquired in 1968 by Emerson — a global player in technology and engineering products.

What are your core services?

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The company offers a diverse portfolio of products including basic disposer units, a high performance line of disposers known as the ‘Evolution Series’, instant hot water dispensers and food waste pulper systems — units that can be used both at home or on a more professional food service level. InSinkErator food waste disposers are an efficient, economical, environmentally friendly and hygienic way to dispose of food waste. All models are easy to install and operate.

What products have you launched?

Our latest innovation, PowerRinse Waste Collection System, allows scrapping and pre-rinsing to be accomplished in one step prior to dishwashing. Operators can easily cut the time it takes to clear dishes.

How can hotels contact you?

Call +971 4 8118282, email or visit

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