What is a Grease Trap?

A grease trap, also known as a grease interceptor and grease recovery device, is a plumbing fixture that catches most greasy matter and prevents them from entering sewer pipes.  According to the chosen size, the capacity can range from 35 litres to 45,000 litres and is much popular in commercial settings.  Grease pipes are made up of a variety of materials that include concrete, stainless steel, cast iron, and plastic.  Grease traps are installed below or above the ground, depending upon user preference.

Grease Trap- an Essential Element for Kitchen

Grease Trap Installation is crucial for both domestic and commercial properties, but especially in commercial settings such as large cafeterias and eateries.  As solid food waste, oil and grease are in large volumes; grease traps are important to install. Through underground grease trap installation, the food slices and other solid greasy waste could not end up accumulating in sewer pipes.  It creates major problems such as

  • Bad Smell
  • Clogged Drainage and Sewer Lines
  • Restricts the Flow of Water

 It is crucial to prevent all these problems by the installation of any specialised devices. Our quality grease trap interceptor installation on your premises will help you stay away from sewage problems.

It is crucial to prevent all these problems by the installation of a specialised device.

Send us a message


Types of Offered Grease Traps for Residential and Commercial Usage

Being a grease trap installation company, we provide you with the best grease traps that include the following

Passive Hydromechanical Grease Traps

For all those who want to keep their sewage lines running efficiently, a minimal investment is necessary to purchase passive hydromechanical grease traps. Our grease trap installation team easily installs under most sinks, while larger sizes suit higher wastewater production requirements.  They are often made of plastic or stainless steel and must be cleaned manually regularly.

Automatic Grease Traps

Commercial kitchen drainage system uses automatic grease traps primarily to trap grease and oil before it enters the sewer.  Many businesses benefit from automatic grease traps, as they limit the amount of grease and oil entering the sewer lines. As a result, the risk of clogs and flooding caused by fatbergs is reduced.  Automatic grease traps not only ensure that food service and catering establishments act responsibly, but they can also decrease costs.

Automatic grease traps are devices that are installed in the drainage system of a commercial kitchen to collect grease and oil before it enters the sewer. Automatic grease traps benefit businesses by limiting the amount of grease and oil that enters the sewer system.


Grease Trap – Preventing the Accumulation of Sludge

Cooking with any amount of fat is a messy business.  If left uncontrolled, trash accumulates to produce foul sludge that clogs the pipes and makes it difficult to clean water. As these issues worsen, it is increasingly difficult for plumbers to disassemble pipes and clear out clogs.  Grease clogs out the sewer system within the area and causes issues at water treatment facilities, so grease traps for kitchens avoid poring oil, fats, and grease down your kitchen drain.

Key Benefits of Commercial Grease Trap Installation

Our quality grease trap installation provides high-performance grease traps that offer you the following benefits

  • Reduces disruption and sewage cleaning fees
  • Filtration of solid organic wastes using a top-quality stainless steel mesh system
  • Improved environmental performance by improving the quality of wastewater discharge
  • Remove stingy odours
  • Simple and easy to clean due to quick-release waterproof cover and lift-out filter basket.
  • Top quality stainless steel with fully welded seams is used for increased strength and longevity.
  • Easy grease trap installation process due to multi-fit connections
  • Suitable for both new and existing drainage systems.
  • In commercial kitchen grease trap installation, grease traps can be fitted above or below the surface.

Domestic Grease Trap Installation Process

 Our licensed plumbers are proficient in installing grease traps according to plumbing codes and practices.

  • Excavation of Surface

Our team is skilled in installing grease traps and follows local excavation laws and guidelines. To allow for easy installation, excavating should stretch at least 300mm around the perimeter of the tanks. If the excavation’s bottom provides an inadequate foundation, additional excavation may be required.

  • Install and Level Granular Base

To install the grease trap base, a +/- 150mm layer of pea is laid and levelled to the desired elevation at the bottom of the trench.

  • Filling the Grease Pipe with Water Up to the Granular Pipe
  • Granular Backfill to the Inlet and Outlet Pipes
  • Outlet and Vent Pipes
  • Frame and Cover