Biological Grease Treatment
Biological grease treatment is now achievable with the advances in bio-technology, using specially designed grease degrading micro-organisms, biological dosing systems can be installed instead of grease traps or fitted to aid in the improvement of a grease traps performance.They are also suitable for treatment of fats, oils and grease within pumping/lift stations and sewage treatment plants.
Unlike enzyme fluid which simply emulsify the fats, oils and grease (FOG) allowing them to pass further down the drain line where they can restructure and cause blockages elsewhere.All our biological grease treatment dosing systems benefit from the advances in biotechnology by using multi-strain micro-organisms allowing the FOG molecules to be broken down and digested, ultimately leading to the final molecules been a mixture of H2O & CO2
How Biological Grease Treatment Technology Works
Our biological fluids work in two distinct ways on the FOG waste that enter the drainage pipe work and grease trap systems:
i) The biological fluid introduces an enzyme that assists the natural biological process of breaking down long molecular chain FOG’s into a manageable solution to be digested by micro organisms.
Biological activators will not digest mass quantities of solid residues from the food preparation process quickly, for high volume sediment sites a pre-filter system is advised.
With the advances in biotechnology the systems available through Aqua Mundus have been tried and tested on a range of applications all with outstanding results.
We can recommend biological dosing systems for:
- Stand alone grease management system
- Grease Trap treatment
- Sewage Treatment systems
- Pumping/Lift stations
We have a range of biological drain treatment systems for establishments doing up to 50 covers per day to those high volume sites producing 100’s of meals.Our biological grease treatment systems can be tailored to the sites operation and dosing cycles be altered to suit the operating times to allow best retention time within the drainage network.