Kitchen wastewater often carries solid waste that is heavier than water. This falls to the bottom and forms a layer of settled material which needs to be removed.
How do you know your grease trap needs cleaning? Grease traps should be inspected at least every 3 days and cleaned promptly if greasy waste occupies the top 30% of liquid depth.
Cleaning a grease trap is not a very pleasant job, and this often falls to staff members who do this reluctantly and not very thoroughly. Professional cleaning, with the right equipment, minimises contamination of food & storage areas, and ensures proper emptying.
Safe Waste Disposal
A well functioning grease trap should accumulate waste. If very little waste builds up or the surface is just oil, the grease trap may not be functioning properly.
Greasy waste which accumulates in grease traps must be removed regularly. Regular cleaning keeps a grease trap working properly and will prevent clogging in kitchen drains and pipes. The frequency of cleaning will vary depending on type of food being prepared and how busy your restaurant is. Fluid offers a nationwide grease trap cleaning service.
Great operators insist on regular cleaning, it seems a lot don’t and there are a lot of horrible stories coming out. We insist on deep cleans on a regular basis due to the risk of potential germs.
Dedicated Deep Cleaning Teams
Our specialist commercial kitchen deep cleaning teams have vast experience of deep cleaning various sized kitchens nationwide. They have the knowledge and experience to get the job done quickly, effectively and with a minimum of disruption to your business.
Speak to our team now for a quick quote or more information about your kitchen deep cleaning needs.
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