Fat Separator in the ground
Fat separators separate fats and oils from commercial wastewater and thus prevent them from entering drainage systems. In this way, they protect the sewage pipes against clogging and corrosion and ensure the proper operation of sewage treatment plants.
The Haase fat separators are characterized by their stable container. This means that the separators made of glass fiber reinforced plastic (GRP) can be installed in the drivable area without any additional reinforced concrete slabs.
THE FIELDS OF APPLICATION OF fat SEPARATORS
Grease separators are mandatory in companies where dirty and rinsing water containing grease and oil is produced.
Further areas of application: slaughterhouses, canning factories, hotels, canteens, motorway service stations, ready meals manufacturers
of the Haase fat Separator
Glass fiber reinforced plastic (GRP) as the container material is dimensionally stable and chemically permanently resistant to aggressive greases and the acids and gases generated in the separator
permissible up to soil class 4 (loam), with inexpensive buoyancy protection at high groundwater levels, no complex foundation required
uncomplicated entry through the shaft with, 1,000 mm, without annoying partition
Thanks to the multi-layered container structure, it can be driven under heavy loads without further concrete work; the seamless application of a dome shaft extension enables large installation depths
Sludge trap and grease trap are in one tank
no weak points because the pipe connections and the shaft are machined to the tank in the manufacturing process
low weight enables short installation times and moving with an excavator, no heavy-duty crane is required
No follow-up costs
due to leaky joints in the shaft structure or peeling coating
the adjustable top section enables the shaft cover to be variably adapted to the top edge of the site
Due to the spherical shape, the grease separators have no edges on which dirt can adhere. Together with the smooth inner surface, this enables short disposal times and easy cleaning of the system
HOW OUR fat SEPARATORS WORK
The flow rate of the incoming wastewater is reduced in the fat separator. The separation of the separable substances from the soiled dirty water takes place purely physically on the basis of the principle of gravity. Due to their lower density, oils and fats rise to the water surface and are retained in the fat separator. Due to their higher specific weight, sludge and solids sink to the bottom and are deposited there.
In the Haase separator system, the functional areas sludge trap and fat separator are arranged one above the other without spatial separation. The pre-cleaned wastewater then flows into the sewer via a sampling device. According to DIN EN 1825, the content of the separator must be completely emptied after the storage capacity of the sludge trap or fat collection space has been reached, but at least once a month. After the subsequent cleaning, the separator has to be filled again with water which corresponds to the local discharge regulations.<div class="wp-block-image has-replacement" title="YouTube|<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/Ir2YHgUlZGM" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen>