American Biosystems Products Industrial Cleaning Grease Trap Treatment and Maintenance

Grease Trap Treatment and Maintenance

Enzyme Grease Trap Treatment

Problems can start at home in the kitchen sink and go as far as the municipal wastewater treatment plant. Many issues arise with fats, oils, and grease (FOG) pouring the drain into the wastewater. It takes a powerful grease trap enzyme treatment to break down the effects of fats, oils, and grease. Knowing the impact of FOG and how to treat it from the source to the industrial cleaning wastewater treatment plant is critical to eliminate all of the issues clog-ups cause. Enzyme treatments are a healthy way to break down the gunk and solid pieces that form from the FOG for the wastewater system and the environment. 

Problems of FOG Buildup of Homes and Businesses

The kitchen sink is the first place that problems will arise when homeowners and business owners pour FOG down the sink. We were always taught to throw the grease in the trash, a container, or another item that can recycle FOG. It was forbidden to throw it down the sink because the phone was ringing off the hook for a plumber in the next few days. 

In the meantime, Liquid Draino or Liquid Plumber was the family’s favorite friend used to unclog the drain. There is a better way to go around using Liquid Draino. Enzyme treatments are better on drains, pipes, and sewer systems. They can start at the home or business’s kitchen sink. It will work at the source, but it will also help dispose of the FOG throughout the municipal wastewater system. Here is the problem. Not every household uses this, so it does no good to the sewer treatment plant. 

Backflow and odors are among the significant problems in the home. FOG is in a liquid form when heated, but when it cools off, the process turns it into a solid, clogging the drains, and hardens over time, preventing even water from draining down the pipes. 

The Issues in Restaurants

Restaurants are another issue that has ten times more problems because everything in a business must run efficiently and also pass the Board of Health inspections, which happen at any given moment unannounced. More food with FOG goes down the drain than in any other location. The number of people cooking in a city can shut down an entire wastewater treatment plant by the FOG alone with a bunch of restaurants. 

The enzyme grease trap treatment usually goes into the wastewater treatment plants every month. Some say it can go a little longer, but when dealing with the public, it is best to go the day something happens. This prevents odors, backups, and other issues with a clogged wastewater system.

From the restaurant, they can also help with an enzyme treatment and pouring it down the drain and reading instructions on how to apply it to the drain. Other chemicals break down the FOG, but it is best to have your backup ready with a good application process. 

There are more drains in restaurants on the floor, in the bathrooms, or the kitchens, as there are more sinks available. It can be a disaster if the drains are clogged in a restaurant or hotel. If it is someplace where many people go, the facility’s evacuation could be an issue if the drains get backed up from being clogged. Flooding of gunk in the building is not a good experience.

Why Choose American Biosystems? 

American Biosystems has the enzyme grease trap treatment needed for an industrial wastewater treatment plant. Contact us today! Listed below are the benefits of using this enzyme treatment.

  • Quality and value
  • The finest enzymes
  • Quality ingredients
  • Environmentally responsible
  • Customers worldwide, across 15 countries
  • A large pool of experience across different industries and markets

It is vital to have the main system in perfect operation to take on the city’s wastewater without the fear of backups. It is bad enough when it happens at a location like a home or an office building. People who use facilities and places serving others and food will have the worst time if FOG backs up. Wastewater should run freely from the drain to the wastewater plant. Keeping it from the source of drainage to the end plant and beyond is our goal. Let the wastewater flow freely! 

Sanitrap® Microbial Enzyme Block

SANITRAP® Microbial Enzyme Block is a revolutionary time-released bacteria and enzyme block that does not require liquid pails, plumbing modifications, or expensive metering pumps.

Blocks are made of all “green” components which are good for the environment. All blocks are individually wrapped: 1lb – 10lb blocks are in a net bag, and 20lb – 30lb blocks are on a rope.

USES: Small blocks are for use in grease traps and large blocks are ideal for industrial wastewater treatment liftgates for food, industrial, and sewage.

Bacterial Protease – 7450 PC/gram
Bacterial Amylase – 685 BAU/gram
Lipase – 200 LU/gram
Cellulase – 3000 CU/gram
Minimum 5 strain Bacillus species 4 Billion CFU/gram