ACO grease separators Lipumax for ground installation are made from polyethylene (Lipumax P) or glass reinforced plastic (Lipumax G). The shaft has a buoyancy safety up to the upper side of the shaft and the manhole cover depending on the installation depth and the load class. The covers are designed up to load class D 400. Different levels and a wide range of accessories and components permit subsequent upgrade, extension or automation.
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ACO grease separators for free-standing installation are available for partial or full disposal. In addition, there are also plants for mobile installation at snack bars. ACO grease separators are available for every building situation (for example, round, oval or split). Different levels and a wide range of accessories and components permit subsequent upgrade, extension or automation. ACO grease separators exist in different materials (polyethylene and stainless steel).
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A grease separator for full disposal works purely physically using the gravity principle (different densities), i.e. heavier wastewater constituents sink to the bottom, light materials such as e.g. animal oils and fats rise in the grease separator to the top. Via the outlet socket the cleaned wastewater is fed into the sewage system. These seperators can be supplied as oval, circular or split versions for ease of delivery. They are made of stainless steel or polyethylene.
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ACO grease trap AGT-40 – a below-sink grease trap which can be used in commercial kitchens and other foodservice establishments where space is limited and internal pipework needs to be protected.
The AGT-40 grease trap prevents grease and food waste from entering the waste water pipes and causing pipe blockages which can not only be disruptive but importantly can also compromise hygiene.
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A grease separator for partial disposal also works purely physically using the gravity principle (different densities). The separated materials (grease and sludge) are collected in separate containers. Via an outlet socket the cleaned wastewater is fed into the sewage system. Grease separator for partial disposal are ideally suited to installations without a direct access for drainage vehicles. They are made of stainless steel.
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