A grease separator is an important component of drainage technology; consequently, it must integrate seamlessly into the drainage system to guarantee it functions properly in the long term.
The 5 steps to finding the right grease separator:
1 Nominal size For the grease separator to off er optimum performance it must be hydraulically dimensioned to DIN EN 1825-2 and DIN 4040-100.
This results in a nominal size for the separator.
Competent BASIKA specialists are available to help you dimension your grease separator.
2 Material The material chosen for the BASIKA grease separator depends primarily on the expected thermal
loads. If temperatures exceed 60°C in the separator, then stainless steel is the material of choice.
By contrast, plastic is distinguished by easier handling characteristics.
3 Place of installation
The choice on site is then between installing inside the building or burying the separator
in the ground. In addition, there are also solutions for mobile applications.
4 Type Monolithic versions of the BASIKA grease separator have a single segment container. The dimensions are optimized for transporting through buildings. The BASIKA grease separators based on a
modular segment design can be easily transported as individual segments and assembled on site.
5 Model There are modular technical extensions available for the respective diff erent series of BASIKA grease separators to enhance the user-friendly experience and functionality as well as the level of information provided by the system. The modular extensions smart, comfort and professional are harmonized solutions that reliably off er the desired level of performance. The selection guide below
offers an overview of combined features for the best-possible solution.
The selection guide below offers an overview of combined features.