How do grease traps work?

A grease trap works by slowing down the flow of warm/hot greasy water and allowing it to cool. As the water cools, the grease and oil separate and float to the top of the grease trap. The cooler water (less grease) continues to flow down the pipe to the sewer. The grease is actually trapped by baffles, which cover the inlet and outlet of the tank, preventing grease from flowing out of the trap.


Poultry Processing
Food Processing Plants
Meat Packing and Slaughter Houses


• Odor removal

• Ensures proper functioning of system

• Prevents build-up of fats, oils, greases and solids


• Suitable for all grease trap systems

• Prevents grease build-up and removes odors

• Digests solids, reducing costly grease trap pump-out costs

• Will not harm metal pipes

• Easy application and can be applied to any drain or sink

• Only requires monthly treatment for optimal performance

• Reduces gas pressure in plumbing and pipes