Pitton Plumbing has the manpower and equipment to service all different types, makes and models of Grease Interceptors no matter what size or its location. Almost every establishment in which food is being prepared requires a Grease Interceptor so it very important to have one installed properly. If you are looking to have one installed, we can provide you with a quotation for one that is suitable for your type of establishment. We also deal with many different suppliers of Grease Interceptors so replacement parts are readily available. Our technicians are capable of not only installing or repairing the grease trap, but making recommendations to benefit all of our customers. They are also equipped with electrical drain augers and video equipment if there are blockages before or after the interceptor itself. Below you will find some helpful information regarding Grease Interceptors and the importance of them:
What is a Grease Interceptor?
- A grease interceptor is a receptacle located between the drain lines and the sanitary sewer lines
- It separates and collects fats, oils and greases (F.O.G.) from the wastewater to help keep harmful clog-causing debris out of the drain lines and City sewer system
Why do I need to have a Grease Interceptor?
- The City of Hamilton, as well as most other municipalities, has imposed a minimum amount of F.O.G. that is acceptable in the wastewater leaving an establishment
- It also helps to prevent F.O.G. from plugging up the drains and causing unnecessary damages
How Does it Work?
- The interceptor slows down the water coming from the drains which allows the F.O.G. to cool
- The water passes over a series of separator baffles that are designed to cause F.O.G. to separate from the wastewater
- The cooled F.O.G. then rises to the top of the interceptor and accumulates until removed
- The wastewater is now relieved of 90% or more of F.O.G. and can flow into the sewer system
Pitton Plumbing’s Grease Interceptor Services:
- Grease Interceptor Installation
- Grease Interceptor Repairs
- Grease Interceptor Condition Reports