Grease Guardian X

Solids Seperation – Avoiding Pipe Blockages

GGX
Hello Bloggers! What are you doing to handle your food solid waste? Removing solids or solids separation is an overlooked aspect of FOG management. It is vital to remove solids from the waste streams, protecting your interceptor and keeping the public sewers clear. The combination of FOG and solids lead to sewer back ups and the Fatbergs reported around the globe. Food Waste Solids Food establishm
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Choosing The Right Grease Interceptor

Hello Bloggers! Kitchen designs often create new challenging applications for grease management equipment. When specifying a grease interceptor on an upcoming project, location, size, and type are factors that should all be considered. Grease management is not something that is on the shortlist of building and restaurant owners worries but can be the cause major headaches down the line. It can als
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Maintaining Your GGX

FOG
Hello Bloggers! Maintaining your Grease Guardian. Maintenance is a part of every grease interceptor on the market. There are no magic interceptors or one solution to handle all grease management projects. Our team at Grease Guardian are experts in the field and can walk you through the process of picking the equipment that meets your specific needs. The Grease Guardian X Series was designed with t
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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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