A grease separator is an apparatus for the retention of solids, greases and oils contained in domestic wastewater. The dimensioning of our separators is in conformity with the European standard NF EN 1825-1. In the case of small communities and professional facilities (central kitchens, canteens, restaurants, hotels, butchers, deli meats, caterers, cured meats, etc.), the obligation to install fat separators results from the standard departmental health regulations public health code. This manual is devoted to polycomposite devices from 25 to 100 l / s. Hydraulic characteristics selected in accordance with standards - Area: 0,25 m² per l / s - Sludge capacity: 100 l per l / s minimum - Separator capacity: 240 l per l / s minimum - Yield: 92% - Grease retention capacity: 40 l per l / s Physical characteristics : - Polycomposite tank reinforced with fiberglass - 2 holes of men - PVC inlet and outlet An aid to the study of the design will be made by our technicians after receiving the elements requested on our study document Q203.
Grease separator with GRP scrubber from 25 to 100l/s
We remind you that this grease separator is designed with a combined scrubber that will retain heavy material. The charged water enters the apparatus equipped with a siphoid inlet partition intended to regulate the flow arriving in the apparatus. These waters are thus cooled and directed downwards before reaching the separation zone. Fats lighter than water are stored in the separator portion of the apparatus above the scrubber portion. The temperature at the outlet of the separator must be less than 30 °.
The implementation of the grease separators is defined by the NF EN 1825-2 standard. The unit will be buried outside the building and as close as possible to the area to be treated. The inspection pad (s) will always be accessible for maintenance. We recommend a minimum diameter of 100 for the ventilation pipe which will be capped with a device preventing the passage of insects and small animals. Refer to the PHPRV-NC installation manual before handling and installing the separator.
The separator should be checked, drained and cleaned regularly, attention should be drawn to the need to comply with national or local waste disposal regulations. The frequency of checks, drainage and cleaning operations should be determined according to the storage capacity of grease and sludge in the separator and according to operational experience. Unless otherwise specified, the separator should be drained, cleaned and filled with clean water at least once a month, preferably every 15 days (EN 1825-2 standard).