Separator Technology

ACO separators are designed with easy installation, operation and maintenance in mind to ensure full customer satisfaction. ACO produces separators from corrosion resistant stainless steel, glassfibre, polyethylene, and other materials.

Very greasy wastewater puts the pipe systems and drainage equipment at risk. Grease and oils are deposited with other wastewater components on the walls of the pipes and can lead to corrosion, blockages and noxious smells. Hence, grease separators, also known as grease traps or grease interceptors, have to be installed to retain greasy wastewater. With its products, ACO makes a significant contribution to the design, usability and ultimately the quality.

The ACO Grease Trap is manufactured to maximise hygienic performance and durability. It also comes with accessible inlets and outlets for easy connection to existing kitchen infrastructure. The incorporation of a directional flow reducer in the inlet also reduces water splashes, making the unit easier to clean.

We would recommend a grease trap is regularly serviced to ensure the unit continues to operate efficiently and keeps your kitchen drain pipes free from any blockages.

Standard EN 1825


Design and Working of Grease separator

The ACO Grease Trap is a cost effect system designed specifically for below-sink use in Residential kitchens and other small foodservice establishments where space is limited and a larger grease separator cannot be installed.

The trap prevents fats, oils and grease (FOG) and food debris from entering waste water, reducing the risk of pipe blockages which are not only disruptive but can also compromise hygiene and safety.

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ACO has completely upgraded its light-oil separators in response to the new European standard EN 858. This product line now sets new benchmarks for separator technology.

Inflammable or explosive atmospheres can build up in the wastewater piping systems of residencial garages or car washes area. These hazardous atmospheres must be isolated by separator systems.

Things to be considered are:

  • Free Standing or Below ground Application
  • Flow rate at inlet of Oil Separator

DIN 1999-100 and EN858
Design and working of Light oil

  • Line Drainage with Openable Grating
  • Multiline
  • Extradrain
  • Euroline

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