Grease Trap Installation
Grease trap installation is a crucial step in maintaining a clean and efficient plumbing system for commercial kitchens and food establishments. A grease trap, also known as a grease interceptor, is designed to capture and separate fats, oils, and grease (FOG) from wastewater before it enters the main sewer line. During the installation process, a qualified plumber or technician carefully assesses the kitchen layout and determines the appropriate size and location for the grease trap. They ensure that the trap is strategically placed in the drainage system, usually near sinks, dishwashers, or other high-FOG producing equipment. The installation involves connecting the grease trap to the plumbing system and making sure it complies with local building codes and regulations. Proper grease trap installation helps prevent FOG from clogging pipes, reduces the risk of sewer backups, and promotes environmental protection by preventing FOG from entering the public sewer system.