At Global Water, we specialize in reliable, high quality treatment systems. Our solution for treating greasy fluids is our grease arrestor, the Grease Muncher. This system separates the grease from the fluid and can transfer the treated product at 1,000 litres per hour.
The Grease Muncher’s intelligent design makes it compact and lightweight, making it easy to install in tight places and relocate. The tough polyethylene chamber provides impact and UV resistance that allows for above and below ground use.
This grease arrestor also provides maximized efficiency by reducing biological oxygen demand (BOD) and filtering solids as small as two millimeteres.
The Grease Muncher gas-tight design allows it to be stored in any location of a facility where it is suited to transfer discharge from sinks and dishwashers to sewer lines. It is a popular solution for handling greasy fluids in cafes, bars and fast food restaurants. It’s particularly useful wherever conventional grease arrestors are unusable due to space restrictions.
All Global Water products, including the Grease Muncher, are manufactured to meet Australian standards in our state-of-the-art facility. We are passionate about the importance of premium materials and attention to detail during the manufacturing process. Our Grease Muncher has bene tested through extensive field trials, ensuring its reliability.
Expert advice for buying grease arrestors in Adelaide
Our friendly, knowledgeable team can provide you with expert advice. With over 40 years’ experience behind us, we’ve helped thousands of clients in selecting and commissioning high-quality equipment. We work regularly across a range of projects and applications, from major infrastructure projects to residential pump stations.
The Grease Muncher can be sold separately, however many users opt to pair this with a Global Water DrainAce Pump Chamber.
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