Grease Removal Devices (GRD)

 

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ASME A112.14.4

 

The ASME standard is nationally recognized and establishes requirements for grease interceptors installed in the sanitary drainage system that are equipped with automatic grease removal devices (GRD). The standard includes testing requirements and performance criteria for the removal of the FOG from a hydro mechanical grease interceptor. The hydro mechanical grease interceptor complies with PDI G101 for grease separation and retention.

The automatic grease removal device (GRD) then removes the FOG from the interceptor to an external collection container. Such equipment operates on a time- or event- controlled basis and has the ability to remove the entire range of commonly available free-floating fats, oils, and greases automatically without intervention from the user except for maintenance. The removed material (FOG) is essentially water-free, which allows for recycling of the removed product.

 

Manufacturers

 

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Highland Tank/Lowe Engineering

www.highlandtank.com/

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Jay R Smith Mfg. Co.

www.jrsmith.com

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Josam Company

www.josam.com

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Thermaco, Inc.

www.big-dipper.com

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Zurn Industries, Inc.

www.zurn.com/pages/categoryhierarchy.aspx?nodekey=322556