The Benefits of Stainless Steel Grease Interceptors
The Smith stainless steel grease interceptors are specially designed for the food industry.
A grease trap (or grease interceptor) is a plumbing device (a type of trap) designed to intercept most greases and solids before they enter a wastewater disposal system. These units reduce the amount of fats, oils and greases (FOGs) that enter sewers.
- Corrosion resistance
- Fire and heat resistance
- Aesthetic appearance
- Strength-to-weight advantage
- Impact resistance
- Long term value
"The advantage of a stainless steel interceptor is its proven track record and long-established acceptance by the plumbing industry." *PM Engineer Magazine
How Grease Interceptors Work
Learn about the importance of a grease trap or interceptor and how one works to keep plumbing functioning properly.
The Right Grease Interceptor for Your Restaurant or Business
- Installed above–the-floor, recessed-in-the-floor, or under-the-sink
- Constructed of type 304 stainless steel
- Regularly furnished with no-hub inlet/outlet
- External flow control fitting
- Conforms to PDI–G101 and ASME A112.14.3.
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Figure Numbers 8007-SS to 8050-SS and 8120-SS carry the Plumbing and Drainage Institute Certification Seal Certifying conformance to Grease Interceptor Standard PDI-G101.
A. Stainless Steel Cover B. Inlet C. Baffle D. Air Relief
Why Choose Plastic When You Can Have Stainless Steel?
Below is a comparison of Smith's Stainless Steel Grease Interceptors versus Plastic Grease Interceptors. Smith offers a superior material at a compatible price to plastic.
"The advantage of a metal interceptor is its proven track record and long-established acceptance by the plumbing industry." *PM Engineer Magazine Issue: 6/03
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Stainless Steel Grease Interceptor Resources