HOW THE FATSTRIPPA GREASE TRAPS WORKS
What happens inside grease trap
(A) Grease trap Waste water contaminated with F.O.G (fats, oils and grease) flows in through the inlet of the Fatstrippa Grease Traps.
(B) Small food particals are trapped in the stainless steel basket as the water passes under the first weir into the seperation chamber.
(C) The F.O.G rises up to the compression plate as it is lighter than water.
(D) The heating element helps the oil to seperate from the fine particals and rise up.
The compression Plate
(E) Because the compression plate is angled up, this will encourage the oil to travel up to the patented oil valve . This oil valve only allows oil to pass through and will close when it detects water.
(F) The oil then passes into an oil cassette, which can be stored for collection by an oil supplier. This is a continuous, automatic and non mechanical process.
(G) The oil that is recovered is 99.6% pure. The water is now free of F.O.G content and leaves the unit through outlet G entering the drains without threat of blockage, and more importantly, compilant.