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Grease Interceptor

DESIGN and OPERATION

When grease in large grease-laden wastes mix with cold sewage in the mains, causing the grease to congeal and adhere to the solids. By the time, the sewage has reached the treatment plan, a thorough mixing of grease and solids have occurred. Since bacterial action on grease is slow, it does not decompose readily and is carried through the plant, affecting the operations at many points, depending on the type of treatment. These grease interceptors are used in restaurants and institutional kitchens and all types of food handling and processing areas where waste water contains fats, oil and grease. Adequate top space must be available for removal of cover in case of manual cleaning.

 

DESCRIPTION

At Description: C:\Users\cust\Desktop\Sony Data Feb 2018\ATIF\ALPINE STEEL INDUSTRY\LOGOS\IMG-20180227-WA0000.jpgthe manufacturing process adheres to Canadian standard CAN/CSA-B481 SERIES-07. Built of all-welded heavy-duty fabricated steel plate for maximum structural strength and durability, high volume, incorporating a removable cover of heavy-duty steel plate for on-the-floor or partially recessed installation, or non-skid tread plate cover for flush with-floor installation suitable for pedestrian traffic (or reinforced for industrial traffic), internal air relief, visible double trap and flow control fittings (optional). The cover is secured to the body with recessed Stainless steel bolts including an extra heavy leak-proof gasket and removable separating screen for easy cleaning. Standard No hub inlet and outlet. Integrated solid interceptor is optional (for improving efficiency).

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

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(Since the dimensions and other parameters are subject to change without notice;

Therefore, always please refer to technical offer)

 

 

 

 

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GREASE INTERCEPTOR

 

CLEANING

THE GREASE INTERCEPTOR

 

Available in MANUAL and SEMI AUTOMATIC MODELS.

 

The unit should be checked after the first 4 weeks of operation to note the buildup of oil. Based on the amount of floating Grease in the holding tank, a regular cleaning schedule should be implemented to ensure that the grease and fats waste is emptied. A back up in the interceptor, or a sluggishness in the draining of the fixture indicates that it requires cleaning. A regular inspection of the internal condition of the interceptor will explain how oftenly it requires cleaning.

 

1.    Lift the main cover, remove the grease, fats and solids carefully; Do not flush them down the sewer.

2.    Remove baffles along with sediment bucket and clean them.

3.    Replace all baffles assembly and bucket correctly.

4.    Secure cover tightly.

5.    Clean at regular intervals.

 

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1.            Furnish and install model ____, all welded MS or Stainless steel fabricated interceptors for on the floor,

2.            Partially recessed, or flush-with-floor installation.

3.            With ________ GPM intermittent flow.

4.            Grease capacity _____lbs

5.            No hub inlet and outlet connections Size _____.

With gasket anti skid (optional) tread-plate cover suitable for pedestrian traffic and secured with stainless steel bolts or EYE BOLTS AND NUTS. Excluding stainless steel units, all other MS units are furnished standard with enamel coating inside and outside, bituminous coating outside for recessed installation.