As the owner or manager of a commercial property, you will already know that’s it’s very important to routinely control fat, oil and grease output. This is especially true for cafés, restaurants, schools, hospitals, factories and office building. With No1PHD Bristol FOG management services, you’re in the safe hands of industry experts.
In order to properly comply with government legislation, every new commercial kitchen – regardless of size – must include a grease trap. If FOG substances are left unchecked, they can be very hazardous to the environment and cause damage to your entire drainage network. This can lead to expensive repairs later down the line, so it’s always best to be proactive and have our FOG management experts in Bristol on speed dial.
We are highly experienced at providing professional solutions for all aspects of commercial fat, oil and grease management in Bristol as well as all of the surrounding areas. When these substances get into the plumbing system, they don’t dissolve. In the beginning, they float on the surface of the water. Eventually, they will bind together and harden up, creating blockages and other types of problems within the drains that may then require comprehensive sewer services.
Removing a grease blockage is an invasive process and in some cases, will require the replacement of the entire drainage system, including an intrusive drain excavation. With a proper Bristol FOG management team on standby, you won’t have to worry about that. Some of the warning signs that you might have a clog on your hands include unpleasant smells, bubbling or gurgling noises and standing water that takes a long time to drain away.
The term “grease trap” refers to a heavy duty piece of equipment that’s far and away the most effective method for proper fat, oil and grease management. No1 PHD has a variety of different options available, depending on your unique requirements and the layout of your kitchen space.
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This is a traditional design that dates back to 1885 made of stainless steel or tough plastic. It physically resembles a simple box and it’s small enough to snugly fit underneath the sink. This type of grease trap has to be emptied manually and it’s usually the go-to choice for small businesses due to its low cost.
The design of our automatic grease removal units is similar to the manual option described above but they come with a programmable timer. This mechanism will skim the waste water regularly and collect fat, oil and grease into a separate container for effortless removal. It’s a bit more expensive than the fully manual option but will still offer low maintenance cost and a very efficient method for disposal.
The third option is one of our gravity grease traps, which are usually the most appropriate choice for large commercial enterprises. This includes, hotels, restaurants and hospitals that deal with copious amounts of FOG substances on a daily basis. Manufactured from steel, concrete of reinforced fibreglass, the gravity grease trap will be buried in the ground to collect consistently high volumes of fat, oil and grease. Regular maintenance will be required on your new unit due to constant use.
Would you like to get an estimate for one of the grease traps that we’ve listed above? Take our Bristol FOG management services of your business to the next level by calling No1 PHD on 01425 208031!
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For days, we’ve noticed a foul smell coming from outside and a gurgling sound coming from one of the drains. Whenever it would rain, the area around it would flood slightly and take ages to drain. We tried buying drain unblockers, but none seemed effective. Eventually, we turned to No 1 PHD and were left wondering why we didn’t do this sooner.