Grease Removal Systems - page 27

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All plumbing codes state that a
“grease interceptor or automatic
grease removal device shall be
required to receive the drainage
from fixtures and equipment including
pot sinks, pre-rinse sinks, soup
kettles or similar devices, wok
stations, floor drains or sinks into
which kettles are drained, automatic
hood wash units and dishwashers
without pre-rinse sinks.”
Flush-With-Floor AGI Sizing Guide
Model
Inlet & Inlet &
FlowRate
Dimensions
Outlet
Outlet
Gal/Min
Length Width
Height
Diameter Height
FWF - AGI - 20
36"
36"
32”
2"
15"
FWF - AGI - 25
36"
36"
32"
3"
15"
FWF - AGI - 30
36"
36"
32"
3"
15"
FWF - AGI - 35
36"
36"
32"
3"
15"
FWF - AGI - 50
40"
36"
36"
4"
18"
FWF - AGI - 75
48"
36"
40"
4"
22"
FWF - AGI - 100
60"
38"
47"
4"
22"
National plumbing codes require a minimum 2 lbs. of grease retention for each gal/min of flow.
Grease holding capacity at breakdown is determined by a minimum 90% efficiency
rating in real life applications and installed according to specification.
Hinged Non-skid
Deck Plate Cover
Width
Length
OUTLET
INLET
Height
Inlet/Outlet
Height
Screen
Basket
Recovered Grease Container
Heating Element
& Thermostat
Grease Recovery Trough
Electrical
Supply
Connection
Gear
Motor
Digital Timer
Diskimmers
Gaskets
Deck Plate
Locking System
Grease
Sensor
Grease Level Monitor
Grease
Sensor
Dry Electrical Compartment
Access Covers
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