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Treatment Plants – Grease Seperators

Before a treatment plant is introduced to a system, it is best practice to put in a grease trap. At Drainage Consultants, we have the know-how to ensure this task is accomplished efficiently. Potential drainage problems are quite complex, so it is a great idea to make use of our proven expertise. As grease separators come in different sizes, individuals without experience can make inappropriate selections. In our opinion, not quite enough people these days give precedence to areas like these. Those who fail to do their homework properly and fail to get adequate assistance are risking their money unnecessarily.

Diverse customers can be catered for

Obviously, customers have specific situations to cope with. As a solutions-focused enterprise, we fully appreciate that one size does not fit all. We are happy to work with customers from the private sector, the public sector and the third sector. In addition, we do assist ordinary homeowners. While we can deal with emergencies, we like to help customers plan their affairs so these do not arise.

Calculating the size of grease separators

There are now industry standards that can help in the calculation of the appropriate size for a grease separator. First, the maximums for the flow rate and the temperature of the water must be established. Secondly, the density of the liquid to be separated must be ascertained. Thirdly, the influence of the cleansing agent has to be evaluated. When all these things have been discovered, we can carry out a sum without any difficulties.

Size variation depends in part on purpose

The calculation is not quite the end of the story. The magnitude of the grease separator also relates to its eventual purpose. For example, an abattoir may require a much larger separator than the initial calculation would seem to suggest. If you have any queries at all, please contact us.