What is your plan when a city official, contractor, or engineer says a 1,000-gallon grease interceptor must be installed in your drive-through, parking lot, or another area where vehicles will be driving over it every day?
While it might be better to try and put it close to the building — in a sidewalk or a natural area — sometimes that’s not an option. In existing sites, a failing interceptor may already be in the parking lot. In new sites, there may not be any space at all.
So what will you do?
Trying to comply with local codes and regulations shouldn’t be difficult. You shouldn’t have to use all your resources to engineer, install, and maintain a grease trap. It should be easier and more affordable.
Next time, if you install a Trapzilla grease interceptor in a traffic-rated area, you'll already have the tools you need.
See how easy it can be. Download the traffic rated drawings for various models below.
Thermaco’s H20 installation drawings allow you to install Trapzilla units in traffic rated areas – such as parking lots, loading docks, and other areas subject to vehicle traffic.
These drawings allow Trapzilla to be installed to withstand 16,000 pounds of pressure from a single wheel. You don’t want a delivery truck to crush your grease interceptor and lead to more downtime and costly repairs.
Trapzilla is more durable than concrete and steel grease interceptors. And now it is more resilient and versatile than ever.
Reduce the complications of designing, installing, and maintaining your grease interceptor. Use Thermaco’s Trapzilla to beat grease and get back to work.
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