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Starting Your FOG Program – Know Your Equipment Options

Hello Bloggers. Grease is a growing problem in cities across the country. It is now well documented that excess fats, oils, and grease discharged into the sewer system will eventually lead to expensive pipe blockages, waste over flow and failures at your waste water facilities. City officials, plumbing engineers, and end users all have a responsibility to provide the best possible grease managemen
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Grease Guardian vs Passive Interceptor

      Conclusion: Graph 1 illustrates an example of a typical hydromechanical grease interceptor. The amount of grease that enters the interceptor directly effects the performance of the equipment. Each day the equipment becomes less efficient as it captures and retains grease. If not properly pumped, the interceptor will quickly become ineffective and allow grease to pass through t
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Grease Guardian – Specification Sheets Decoded

Hello Bloggers! Understanding what grease interceptor you are purchasing is critical in making the best decision for your restaurant or food establishment. Knowing the sizing, equipment dimensions, features and detailed specifications is information that will ensure your installations success. Specification Sheets Decoded: Whether you are a plumber, engineer, or end user, understanding our Grease
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Sizing Your Grease Interceptor

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Hello Bloggers! Sizing and Understanding your grease interceptor? Sizing your interceptor correctly is vital in both meeting your requirements for your local grease ordinance and the long-term success of your interceptor. Purchasing and installing the correct size will insure your interceptor can handle the waste water flow and grease coming from your kitchen. What needs to be included when sizing
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