Grease Trap Slideshow

Grease Traps

The Grease Trap’s function is to intercept  liquid greasy waste and garbage and retain it for an adequate amount of time, thereby allowing the greasy liquid to cool down.  This process, in turn, promotes the separation and coagulation of the grease from the water.  Moreover, the detention time created by the grease trap allows for the separation of garbage from the waste.


Specifications

We manufacture Grease Traps that are structurally and hydraulically engineered conforming to Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals Plumbing Code. Traffic-rated tanks available.

CONCRETE: Class 1 concrete with design strength of 4500 PSI at 28 days.  Unit is of monolithic construction at floor and first stage of wall.  Baffle is slide-in type.
REINFORCEMENT Grade 60 reinforced with steel rebar conforming to ASTM A615 on required centers.
CASTINGS Cast iron manhole ring and cover shall be nominal 24”-inch and shall be traffic duty.

Options

  • Concrete Grade Rings (4″ and 6″ standard)
  • Steel Riser Rings (1/2″ increments up to 5″)
  • Delivery and set in prepared excavation with state-of-the-art crane-truck (location dependent)
  • Locally specified and custom structures available

Standard Drawings Available

Traffic-Rated Non-Traffic
125 Gallon Grease Trap PDF
150 Gallon Grease Trap PDF
300 Gallon Grease Trap PDF PDF
500 Gallon Grease Trap PDF PDF
750 Gallon Grease Trap PDF PDF
1000 Gallon Grease Trap PDF PDF
1500 Gallon Grease Trap PDF
2000 Gallon Grease Trap PDF
2500 Gallon Grease Trap PDF

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