Polyethylene

Polyethylene

Grease traps support for the fat of the kitchen. Both the floor and underground.

1. Grease Trape for floor



2. Grease Traps for underground



The process of Grease Tank and how to keep it

The process of Grease Tank is “water purification”. This means that water in the tank will be replaced by pure water which slowly flows into the tank. This water is separated from the grease and hence is purified. So, a Grease Tank has a vertical aluminium plate in the middle to slow down water flow in a Grease Tank. This plate helps the process of “water purification” to be effective. Larger the size of the Grease Tank, more effective the process is.

3 - Step Process of Grease Tank
1. The aluminum plate will stop all food scraps.
2. Water with grease stain will percolate through the plate into the Grease Tank in a suitable direction separate pure water and grease stain (since grease floats on water to completely).
3. The Grease Tank contains a plastic tube which functions to release grease into a plastic bag within 7-10 days after the grease is separated from water.A Grease Tank should be set up near a sink and should have a tube directly connected into a Grease Tank. Also, have a tube connected to a ditch from Grease Tank for releasing water into a public water source. The slope of tube should be approximately 1:100. 

Storing / Precautions :
1. Must remove all food scraps from the Grease Tank to ensure cleanliness of the tank & to avoid decay of food.
2. Must release grease into a plastic bag within 7-10 days.
3. Must wash the Grease Tank every 4-5 months.