Oil trap for restaurants, separate the oil from the water

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It is known that food oils and some beverages are in a polluted state of the environment and are not adapted to sewage water, but with very simple work, which is an oil trap or as it is called an oil and grease trap that is installed at the outlet of drains to kitchens or sinks to prevent the entry of oils and garbage into the sewage system, Due to the advanced design of this trap, it does not allow the passage of oils, equivalent to more than 90%.

Structural properties of oil / water separation via an oil / fat trap

Grease resistance in the form of a multi-stage rectangle, it can be buried in the ground or on the surface of the ground, with the ease of opening the cover for cleaning, as well as the opening for water entry and the presence of a basket in the front to remove large objects and solid materials, and then the drainage is done at the bottom with a wall cutter, which helps to The oils and greases float on the surface through a separator from which water is poured, separated again, oils float to the surface, and a cutter to collect water samples before the final exit to the main wastewater with a dedicated hatch.

Separator oil from water and what are the economic, social and environmental benefits:

Your use of the oil separator has clear economic benefits, without any operating costs, and also saves water drainage, maintenance costs, avoiding water pipe clogging and sewage leakage, and oil and grease traps have great social, economic and environmental benefits, integrated processing and other major emerging industries. In solving a large part of the re-employment problems and promoting social stability, but also improving the quality of civilized environment management and civilized sanitation.

Places to use the oil trap:

Installing an oil trap in hotels, restaurants, hospitals, cafes, villas, palaces, and public kitchens, and all of this is installed in the main lines before connecting to the sewage network. It can be installed under the drains or underground or in some way on the basis that the connection is between the internal network and the main sewage network.

The price of the oil trap varies according to its size and the materials manufactured from it, where the fiber trap is considered the cheapest, while the steel oil trap is the highest price, and the cheapest quality is a circular-shaped oil trap because there are no stages of separating oils from water, and there is also a type of steel trap that works to separate Oil for water

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