The biggest challenge with any grease interceptor is regular maintenance to ensure operation within its rated capacity. Until now this process has been all but guesswork on the part of the restaurant operator, often resulting in the interceptor becoming overloaded and FOG being released to the local sewer system - the very thing that the interceptor was put in place to prevent.
Do not risk guessing when states can charge up to ten thousand dollars per day for FOG discharges into the city sewers. The Drain-Net wireless monitor is available for new or currently used grease interceptors. Drain-Net offers a monitoring system for indoor and outdoor grease traps.
The Drain-Net Grease Monitoring System is a completely wireless system that monitors the operation of your grease interceptor. A sensor located in the GI transmits the status to a remote display unit and alerts you when cleaning is required. The sensor maintains 12 months of downloadable data.