Grease dosing systems are essential tools in the fight against fats, oils, and grease (FOG) buildup in kitchen drain lines. These systems utilize premium multi-strain biological fluids to break down and digest grease, ensuring that it doesn’t accumulate and cause blockages in the wastewater pipes.

The process is automated, where a measured and timed dose of the biological fluid is introduced into the wastewater pipe, typically near pot wash sinks and dishwashers. This strategic placement ensures that the treatment is applied close to the sources of grease discharge, maximizing its effectiveness.

Grease dosing systems are available in various forms, but they typically consist of a dosing pump along with a bottle or cartridge of the biological grease digestion fluid. The dosing pump or pump unit is usually wall-mounted close to the wastewater discharge point for easy access and maintenance.

By continuously treating the wastewater with the biological fluid, the grease dosing system helps to maintain clean and clear drain lines, reducing the risk of clogs and blockages that could lead to costly plumbing issues. Moreover, these systems contribute to environmental protection by promoting the breakdown of grease through natural and eco-friendly means.

When properly installed and maintained, grease dosing systems can be a valuable addition to commercial kitchens, restaurants, and other food establishments, ensuring smooth wastewater flow and minimizing the need for manual interventions to deal with grease-related problems.