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Commercial Steel Grease Trap

£109.00£239.00

Indoor or Outdoor Use | Free UK Delivery | Summer Sale

  • Find Your Perfect Fit With 3 Sizes To Choose From
  • Easy Install & Self Maintain In Minutes!
  • Neoprene Seal Technology Eliminates Odour Escape
  • Connects to Standard UK Pipe Work With Multi-Fit Connections
  • 6 Year Warranty
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Description

Further Information Per Grease Trap Based on Size

13 LTR steel grease trap with fully welded seams complies with BS EN 1825-1:2004 and is designed in accordance with BS EN 1825-2:2002 and will hold 13 ltrs of waste water and 4KG of fat. The inlet and outlet pipe connections are 50mm and will come with free couplings to connect to standard internal 50mm pipework. The height to the centre of the inlet / outlet from the base of the unit is 190mm. It can service a flow rate of 27 litres per minute from your sink. It can also service a dishwasher.

40 LTR steel grease trap with fully welded seams complies with BS EN 1825-1:2004 and is designed in accordance with BS EN 1825-2:2002 and will hold 40 ltrs of waste water and 7KG of fat. The inlet and outlet pipe connections are 50mm and will come with free couplings to connect to standard internal 50mm pipework. The height to the centre of the inlet / outlet from the base of the unit is 205mm. It can service a flow rate of 45 litres per minute from your sink. It can also service a dishwasher.

100 LTR steel grease trap with fully welded seams complies with BS EN 1825-1:2004 and is designed in accordance with BS EN 1825-2:2002 and will hold 100 ltrs of waste water and 20KG of fat. The inlet and outlet pipe connections are 85mm and will come with free couplings to connect to pipework. The height to the centre of the inlet / outlet from the base of the unit is 305mm. It can service a flow rate of 95 litres per minute from your sink. It can also service a dishwasher.

How do grease traps work & how to maintain them?

Our range of grease traps are very easy to install and can be cleaned in 3 easy steps! Our diagram below shows how our grease traps takes in waste water, separate the fats oils and grease, and drains clarified water.

So how does it work? The water from your sinks enter the grease trap via the inlet. The dirty water hits a baffle, a sort of steel wall if you like. This baffle forces the water downwards as well as slowing the flow of the water. Because fats, oils and grease (FOG) is 96% less dense than water, it will rise to the top of the tank. The clarified water is released via a catchment chamber (in grey in our diagram) that leads to the outlet.

The fats oils and grease that has risen to the top of the trap will solidify on the surface of the grease trap, almost like ice would on a lake. Any solids will fall to the bottom of the trap.  Solidified fat on the top of the trap can be easily scooped out and placed in either your none recyclable waste or it can be given to a specialist oil recycling company to take away. The solids (or hard foods stuffs) also need to be scooped out at regular intervals. The frequency of the cleaning differs from company to company as it depends how much fat is poured down the sinks. We advise to check it daily when its first installed. If it needs cleaning, clean it. If it doesn’t then check on it the following day. You will soon find that you will get into your own routine.

Need any help? please call us on 0151 679 2568

Complies with:
  • BS EN 1825-1:2004

 

Designed in accordance with:
  • BS EN 1825-2:2002.
Key Features:
  • Minimise drain cleaning call-out charges
  • Improve wastewater discharge quality
  • Eliminate unwanted, nasty odours
  • Corrosion free construction

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