Grease Trap

Grease Trap from BEECO Management, Engineering & Environmental Consulting

By: BEECO Management, Engineering & Environmental Consulting  04/19/2011
Keywords: Engineering, Project Management, Construction engineering

A grease trap, sometimes called a grease interceptor, is a piece of restaurant equipment A grease trap looks like a large box or barrel spliced into the water drainage line. When the water enters the grease trap, it cools down, allowing the lighter oil to precipitate out to the top. A series of baffles in the grease trap collect oil and chunks of material while the water sinks to the bottom. An exit pipe at the base of the grease trap allows the treated water to flow out, while the grease remains enclosed on top.

Keywords: Construction engineering, Engineering, engineering consulting, Environmental Consulting, Project Management

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