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Old 12-14-2011, 11:18 PM   #1
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We are doing a new pizza parlour in town .... and I check out the job to see what we need and there is just going to be a 3 compartment sink with a grease interceptor and a hand sink...

The guy says to me I don't know why he need a grease interceptor...

I tell him for the grease from cooking....

He tells me they really cook nothing .... everthing comes in pails already cooked....

the bacon, hamburger, everything that goes on your pizza

no wonder everything is tasting like crap lately...



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Old 12-14-2011, 11:31 PM   #2
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Really thier not cooks but people who throw the predetermined and packaged ingredients together and heat it up. Huge difference. Still plenty to wash though.
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By code he needs the grease interceptor anyway. Let's say he moves out one day and a new restaurant moves in. The new restaurant cooks greasy foods; tacos, hamburgers, etc.

It'l like someone protesting against having fire sprinklers installed in a part of their building where they swear up and down that there won't be any combustible materials stored, like in a stairwell. That's irrelevant because future tenants may very well store something in the stairwell that is combustible, so the sprinklers need to be there.
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We are doing a new pizza parlour in town .... and I check out the job to see what we need and there is just going to be a 3 compartment sink with a grease interceptor and a hand sink...

The guy says to me I don't know why he need a grease interceptor...

I tell him for the grease from cooking....

He tells me they really cook nothing .... everthing comes in pails already cooked....
He's still going to need one for the fat in the dairy products.
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Old 12-15-2011, 01:17 PM   #5
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The city I live in takes grease traps seriously, that pizza place would be installing an inground 1,000 gallon trap.
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^^^yup i had to put one in last spring for a pizza place one three comp sink and one single
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I service the Pizza Hut here, they definitely need a 1000 gal.
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I got the size of grease interceptor today its rated for 25 GPM for a 3 compartment sink . I guess I can have my guys there on wednesday to hook everything up



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Let him know if they go with paper plates he might be able to swing no trap.
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Dang man, no trap no money.
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