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As fats, oils and grease from your cooking cools, it hardens and congeals. It sticks to the inside of your drainage pipes, restricting the water flow and gradually blocking the drain. Using detergents or bleach may appear to help but it is only temporary as the mixture soon reverts back to thick or solid fat, forming a blockage further down the pipe. By installing a PPD Biomass Grease Trap close to your sink, you will be collecting and treating the...
The Kitchen Biomass Grease Trap (above-ground installation)is designed for installation inside your building, it has a smooth, clean, hygienic grey GRP exterior. It can be installed on the floor close to the sinks or anywhere else convenient to the waste pipes. These units have sealed access lids and internal anti-syphon vents. All units are supplied with multi-fit 50mm Osma waste connections.
This range of UNDERGROUND BIOMASS GREASE TRAPS is for installation externally, below ground and connected to standard drainage pipes. Sizes are normally determined by the number of meals per day that the restaurant caters for. All units up to NS15UGB are fitted with 110mm uPVC drainage connections all larger sizes are fitted with 160mm fittings. A 80mm socket is provided in the access turret to allow the connection of a vent pipe.
Lamina Filtertraps are highly efficient grease separators, tested to BS EN 1825, particularly suitable for sensitive locations i.e. when a sewage treatment plant or septic tank is used. There are two different ranges to choose from depending on the installation position required.
Our separators have been independently tested by B.S.IHemel Hempstead, England; L.G.A. Wurzberg, Germany and C.S.T.B. Nantes, France, the major separator test facilities in Europe. The EN858 test simulates a rain storm with oil being mixed turbulently into the water before entering the separator. The outflow from the separator must contain less than 5 parts oil per million part water. Separators which achieve this standard can normally be placed so...