Grease traps – odor problem
Solve your grease trap odor problems with a compact and sustainable solution
Grease traps make great efforts for the environment. Less grease in the wastewater reduces the problems in sewage pipes, pump stations and sewage stations.
But the grease trap also spreads odors in the environment via ventilation ducts, vent pipes and often also directly from the room where the grease trap is located. This can cause problems for those living in the immediate area.
The odor problem can easily be remedied with a continuous supply of ozone. In addition to the smell, microorganisms, bacteria and viruses are also rapidly and efficiently reduced without leaving any chemical by-products. Supplying ozone can greatly reduce the spread of these odors while you significantly improve the hygiene of the space.
Grease traps must be installed according to EN1825-1 if there is a risk that more than insignificant amounts of fat are flushed out into the drain. In most cases, installing grease traps is required for properties with restaurants and large kitchens as tenants.
Easy treatment, do this
1. Mount the ACT-3000P in the wall-mount bracket
2. Connect the membrane pump and the ozone injector
3. Insert the ozone injector into the vent pipe
4. Choose ozone production 1-100%
5. Production usually runs around the clock
6. Adjust ozone production if necessary