Electric Grease Traps

A grease trap has a flow rate of less than 50 gallons per minute. Built to filter out and hold grease, fat and oils that are present in waste water, a grease trap is hooked into an outgoing waste water line.  It is typically small enough to be installed beneath or adjacent to a sink where both water and grease may be exiting the facility. You may have the need to install several grease traps, with each unit dedicated to a single source of waste water.

Some models have an AGRU (Automatic Grease Removal Units) integrated into the grease trap to mechanically skim the grease from the waste water in the unit

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An electric grease trap is a device used in commercial and residential kitchens to prevent fats, oils, greases (FOG) from entering the plumbing or septic system. These traps use electricity to separate and store FOG, protecting your plumbing system from blockages and potential shutdowns. In terms of value, electric grease traps are easy to clean, efficient, and enhance the longevity of your sewer system. They also contribute to environmental protection by preventing harmful substances from contaminating wastewater. Their benefits underscore the importance of their implementation in managing waste effectively.