A grease trap is designed to intercept most greases and solids before they enter a drainage system. Grease Trap Installation also prevents costly fines that you could receive for not having a grease trap.
What is a Grease Trap?
A Grease Trap, sometimes known as separators or interceptors; prevent fats, oils and grease (FOG) produced by commercial kitchens from entering the drainage system and causing blockages. They act as a filter between sinks and dishwashers and the main sewer system, preventing blockages that will require drain jetting.
It is vital that businesses take responsibility with regard to the correct disposal of all FOG products. If a business has no measures in place to prevent FOG products from entering drains, such as suitable Grease Traps, they will be on the receiving end of a hefty cleaning bill and maybe even a fine and prosecution. To avoid this, call us to discuss a free quote on our Grease Trap installation. Call: 01202 300040
When waste is poured down the sink it runs into the grease trap. Any solid matter sinks to the bottom, the water remains in the middle and any lighter FOG floats on the top. Only the filtered waste water flows into the drainage system.
It is vital that businesses have Grease Trap installation. The issue of large ‘bergs’ or ‘fatbergs’ in drainage systems, created from build-ups of fat and grease, have begun to impact on not only the free flowing of waste water but also the environment. For this reason authorities are now tracing ‘berg’ formations back to the source, which may result in the business being prosecuted.
All grease traps should specified to the flow rate rate of your sinks and dishwashers. Grease traps can be installed inside, under your sink. If you think that you need a grease trap, don’t hesitate. Our team of professionals are happy to discuss your issue and offer a free quote on Grease Trap Installation. Call: 01202 300040