In certain types of facilities, grease and organic buildup accumulate rapidly. This buildup can create several issues in drain lines such as:
- Foul odors
- Slow drain lines
- Blockages and backups
- Sanitation issues that contribute to insect control problems
These issues can occur in several types of drains, such as: three-compartment sinks, food preparation sinks, garbage disposals, soda dispensers, dishwashers, hand sinks, bar sinks, urinals, and commodes. They can be costly to the facility in both terms of repair and maintenance expenses and reputation.
Traditional solutions including: hydro-jetting, bleach, and chemicals such as free enzymes, FOG emulsifiers, and caustics can pose risks to the plumbing lines, septic systems, or the environment.