The ACO Group has been selling grease traps for more than twenty years. The designs have evolved to overcome a wide range of challenges, such as remote environments, awkward spaces, large capacity options and locations where fire resistance is paramount.
Grease traps operating on the partial disposal method, discharge the FOG and sludge into two separate containers that are eventually collected and replaced. The treated wastewater is then released to the sewer system. This method of grease removal
is useful for situations where service vehicles have difficulty accessing the site.
The Neumayer III Research Station in Antarctica uses the partial disposal method to collect and dispose of FOG and sludge waste sustainably in an ecologically sensitive environment.
ACO has designed grease traps with the ability to be split into two parts. This flexible design enables the grease trap to be installed in applications that have narrow and restricted access, for example tight stairwells. These traps are specially designed for easy transportation and assembly.
Stainless steel grease traps are required for applications where fire resistance is important, for example shipping and airport applications. ACO offers these grease traps in a rectangular and round design. Geneva Airport has installed two Lipurat NS 25 grease traps.