The Conder range of GNS Grease Traps/Separators works through a simple two-chamber tank where wastewater enters the primary chamber and debris settles. The wastewater then flows into the gravity separation chamber where grease and oil rise to the surface.
A low-level pipe removes the separated water from the secondary chamber and releases it to the drainage system. The surface layer of grease will remain inside the tank until it is removed by a Waste Disposal company.
Environment Agency PPG3 Guidelines stipulate that all separators must be fitted with a robust system to provide an audible and visual alarm if the grease level becomes too high. We strongly recommend that you purchase the Darcy Mains Separator Grease Alarm alongside this item, and it will be delivered with the separator ready to wire in.
|Tank Code||Capacity (litres)||Diameter (mm)||Length (mm)||Flow (litres/second)||Meals served per day|
|GNS2||1250||1000||1718||1 (2 max.)||100 meals|
|GNS4||1750||1000||2330||2 (4 max.)||200 meals|
|GNS7||2600||1200||2427||4 (7 max.)||400 meals|
|GNS10||4300||1200||3957||5 (10 max.)||500 meals|
|GNS15||6000||1500||3645||8 (15 max.)||800 meals|
|GNS20||8500||1800||3640||10 (20 max.)||1000 meals|
|GNS25||11000||1800||4623||13 (25 max.)||1300 meals|