Installation Grease Separators D
KESSEL Version "D" separators are designed according to EN 1825-1. These separators distinguish themselves through their ease of installation and nearly maintenance free characteristics.
The advantage of the Version "D" separator is that disposal can take place through permanently installed disposal lines while the twin covers of the separator remain closed. With this advantage, the disposal truck can hook up to a connection on an exterior wall of the building and, using its own pump, draw out the entire contents of the separator without any unpleasant odors escaping. According to DIN V 4040-2, the complete contents of the separator should be emptied, the unit cleaned and refilled with clean cold water every fourteen days or at a minimum of every month.
- It is important that a testing or sampling chamber is installed after the outlet side of the separator.
- The separator is installed completely level on a flat and firm surface in a frost free area.
- The height of the room in which the separator is installed should allow easy removal and access of the two lids.
- In the case that the outlet of the separator is located below the locally defined backwater level, a lifting station is to be installed according to DIN 1986-7. In situations where the interruption of separator service is not permissible, a lifting station with double pumps is to be installed.
- The KESSEL Version "D" separator should be inspected and fully cleaned during every third disposal.
- In all circumstances where the accessibility of the disposal truck’s suction hose to the separator is highly limited or impossible, KESSEL recommends the installation of a Version "D" unit.
- With the installation of the refill equipment, the KESSEL Version "D" separator can be refilled after disposal without the need of opening any of the covers and releasing strong and aggressive odors.
- The KESSEL Version "D" separator is not intended for use in meat processing plants.