Grease catcher

The grease catcher is meant for removal of non-emulsifying fats and oils from wastewater and industrial water of food and processing industry enterprises.

The grease catcher is mounted directly at the output of the industrial sewage system and prevents formation of fatty deposits on pipeline walls of the sewerage network; it is a separate pretreatment device required for stable operation of local treatment facilities.

Standard module capacity
from 2 to 29 liter/sec
Fat removal efficiency

Wastewater of foodservice facilities is to be locally treated before discharge into the sewerage. Therefore, it is necessary to implement safe water treatment for such manufacturing facilities and equip them with necessary treatment plants, in other words, with the local sewage system.

The grease catcher is meant for domestic and similar industrial wastewater treatment from fats and oils. The system is installed at the output of the industrial sewage system containing wastewater originally treated from large mechanical impurities (solids) and contaminated with fat, and is used to capture and remove non-emulsifying fats and oils from wastewater, which is moved to treatment plants or to sewerage networks.

The principle of grease catcher operation is based on the difference of relative density of fat/oil particles and water. As fats are much lighter than water, fat rises to its surface. Thus, heavier particles (sand and sludge) sediment to the bottom. Water treated from fat is discharged into the sewerage network, and collected fat is periodically removed from the system.

Complimentary, the grease catcher can be equipped with alarm control automatic equipment, which in proper time warns of the necessity to unload or of the blockage.