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Don't flush money down the drain. Make sure that solid waste doesn’t make its way into your plumbing, or worse yet, into your grease trap.
Solid waste can accumulate in pipes creating blockages that could lead to backups, leaks, and costly plumbing repairs and, if they make it into your grease interceptor, could prevent your grease removal system from operating properly.
The accumulation of food debris and foreign objects that pass down the drain can have unwanted consequences for your grease removal system. Left alone this debris could cause foul odours, affect efficiency, and cause damage to the system over time. Additionally, the accumulation of solids in the bottom of the trap's tank will cause the need for more frequent servicing, increasing your maintenance costs. Using a solids interceptor will prevent issues down the line and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of your wastewater and grease removal.
Ideal for busy kitchens’ prep and pre-rinse sinks, our solids strainers remove most common kitchen waste before it can enter your wastewater system. Solids strainers are economical and easy option to ensure that you remain in compliance and keep your wastewater systems running at peak efficiency. Our in-sink solid waste arrestors can be retrofitted into any 90mm sink outlet and feature easy to remove baskets that make cleanup a breeze and ensure your kitchen continues to perform without having to worry about solid waste issues and complying with local authority codes.
Use our sizing calculator to discover which Halgan S series is the best size for your business.
For each fixture, enter in the quantity you have and flow rate where required. Make sure you have the manufacture's guide handy for these. Once you've gone through the list of fixtures, you'll see a total of litres per hour which correlates to the size of the passive grease treatment you need.
|Fixture||Flow Rate (L/h)||Quantity||Subtotal (L/h)|
|Dishwasher – small (under bench)|
|Dishwasher – medium (upright)|
|Dishwasher - tunnel feed||Use manufacturer’s peak flow rate per hour x 3|
|Dishwasher - large (>1 outlet)||Use manufacturer’s peak flow rate per hour x 3|
|Glass washing machine|
|Glass washer - tunnel feed||Use manufacturer’s peak flow rate per hour x 3|
|Sink - utility / pot per outlet connected separately to drain (depth greater than 300mm)|
|Sink – single bowl (depth up to and including 300mm)|
|Sink – double bowl (depth up to and including 300mm fixture pair connection)|
|Tundish - condensate (refrigerator / freezer condensate)|
|Tundish - other (except refrigerator condensate)|
|Grease canopy (water cleaned)|
|Steamer roast oven / Combi oven||1000 L or 3000 L grease arrestor minimum size for high use combi ovens (i.e. supermarkets, fast food chains).|
|-- Number of racks|
|Electric or gas /steamer cooker / kettle|
|Ice cream machine soft serve|
|Potato peeler (small kitchen application)|
|Bain Marie - water heated||Use maximum capacity of the apparatus x 3|
|Bin wash||No Arrestor Required|
|Floor waste / bucket trap / grated strip drain||50 L/hr for every 50m2 of floor area, or part thereof. Add allowance for any listed connected apparatus|
|Sealed floor waste gully|
|Wok burner –dry||30L per water arm|
|Wok burner –wet||Use manufacturer’s peak flow rate per hour x 3|
|TOTAL LITRES PER HOUR|
*Sizing is calculated using QUU sizing guidelines
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