Grease Traps
Process Description

Grease Traps separate low viscosity mineral liquids (oil and fat) that are not soluble in water. There is a need to separate these substances in order to prevent them from entering the drainage system where they cause serious blockages. Furthermore these substances, once allowed to enter the natural soil drainage system, are endangering the ecological system. Any oil floating on the top of the wastewater also prevents the correct operation of the sewage treatment plants.

Grease trap method of operation relies on the principle that the density of the liquids are different, keeping fat and oil on the top of the water.

Special design and position of the baffle plates inside the trap provides draining from the bottom, keeping unwanted substances on the top of the drain.

Some bigger models are equipped with the valves on the level of grease accumulation in order to discharge it from the trap without empting the system.

Grease traps are equipped with the strainer, which collects larger solids or garbage in order to prevent blockage of outlet pipes and gullies. These strainers are manufactured with different sizes of outlet holes depending on use.

The Grease Traps are installed into a waste water line before gullies and they can be positioned inside or preferable outside the room allowing thoroughly cleaning and eliminating smell and mess associated with that. Standard range of the ROFO Grease traps is designed to cover all requirements of the standard applications.