Grease Interceptors are designed to manage sources of fat, oils and grease (FOG) in a commercial kitchen. Both traps and interceptors are installed on outgoing waste water lines to collect grease, etc. To prevent it from entering public water systems. The difference between a Grease Trap and Grease Interceptor is the capacity of the unit.
A grease trap has a flow rate of less than 50 gallons per minute. While a grease interceptor has a flow rate of more than 50 gallons per minute. A grease interceptor is much larger. Therefore is typically located a few feet underground, sometimes in the floor of a facility. Other times outside the facility.
For food service establishments with floor drains with high volume of waste water exiting, a grease interceptor is the likely choice.
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