How to Size Your Grease Trap

Grease traps are the unsung heroes of the restaurant industry. They take all that greasy smelly scum gravy goo and hang onto it for you, so your wastewater disposal system doesn’t get all jacked up. Without a grease trap your septic tank would be crippled in no time, sparking several environmental problems.

How to size the appropriate grease trap for your establishment is based on a lot of factors. Grease trap sizing is based on the size of the 2 or 3 compartment sink, dishwasher, pot sinks, and mop sinks. Traps are sized based on the rate of water flow coming in. This is measured in gallons per minute (GPM). Each trap has a rated capacity listed in pounds. This capacity should be twice the flow rate.

See, a 20 GPM trap has a rated capacity of 40lbs.

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