by Zurn Industries
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Large Capacity Solids Interceptors
These solids interceptors are great for commercial applications such as: restaurants, hotels and motels, hospitals, airport hangers, schools and more.
They are designed to recover all types of solids including: precious metal particles, plaster, clay and other similar materials. These interceptors enhance sanitation through efficient prevention of clogged waste lines. Not only will they prevent clogged waste lines, but they will help lessen the impact on the environment by preventing solids from entering our municipal waste facilities.
This is accomplished through the principal of gravity separation. Larger and heavier materials are retained in the first compartment of the removable bucket, while smaller and lighter materials are trapped in the second compartment (view diagram). Waste water flows from the inlet piping into the removable bucket, passing through the primary and secondary screens, into the main body chamber, then exits the interceptor to the sanitary drain system.
Constructed using steel and coated inside and out with an acid resistant coating for durability, all units include a standard 2" pipe size threaded inlet and outlet.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "What are the maintenance requirements for the solids interceptors?"
A. Cleaning should be done on a regular basis, either before or after the bucket becomes clogged. Remove the cover and bucket, take out the primary and secondary screens and clean out all debris. Replace the screens in the bucket and put the bucket into the interceptor. Make certain cover gasket is intact and clean. Apply a light coating of oil on the cover gasket, which helps prevent cover gasket from adhering to cover and aids in maintaining a complete seal. The cover should be placed back on the unit and secured. Efficiency of operation is directly related to the level of maintenance.
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