Fat Seperator

 

Fat Separator

 

General information

Separators of fats and starch are intended for purification of technical waters with high content of fats. Emission of sewage of this kind complicates course of natural biological cleansing processes, and also negatively influences the correct functioning of sewer systems. These devices are flowing which means that separation of water oils and average and stable emulsions from other drains happens mechanically when the sewage passes through a separator. Owing to specifics of the mechanism of action separators are capable to partially detain easy suspension which gathers in the deposit collecting reservoir in the lower part of the device. If the rated productivity of a separator is selected correctly  during the passage of the rated stream the working surface of separator is enough for the larger drops of fat to rise to the surface and connect in a uniform layer. Separators of fats of produced by the Polish company JPR SYSTEM, are intended for a sewage disposal, at a rated stream from 1 to 100 l/sec. Also, the productivity of the fat separator under DG-501E flusher is 0,5 l/sec.

Demands and area of use

The legislation of Georgia places great demands to producers of the clearing equipment, in particular in the matters of ground water protection. Fat disintegration products represent very serious threat to the environment. Therefore our equipment has to be used when the risk of such pollution is high and where it is especially necessary to separate vegetable and animal fats and other oil substances from other sewage. Production and shopping facilities belong to such places, namely:

  • commercial kitchens and the large enterprises of a gastronomy, for example restaurants, hotels, stations of service at highways;
  • manufacturing enterprises of the food industry.

The drains containing a significant amount of fats that do not separate (in the emulsified form), from such places as milk plants, cheese dairies, fish processing facilities and so forth, that equipped only with flushers for ware or "thickeners of a liquid wastage", can be effectively cleared in fatty separators only when certain conditions are kept. These drains might need additional processing. If sewage contains stable solid particles, for example a wastage of the fish processing facility, which are easily removed mechanically, it isn't obligatory to apply a setting tank for purification of such waters. However inlet opening of a fatty separator has to be surely protected by a special sieve for detaining such solid particles. They need to be removed periodically and the separator has to be cleaned with clear water to avoid rotting of the particles.