Many cities across Canada, like Toronto, Vancouver, and Edmonton, now have certain laws that may require grease traps (also known as grease interceptors). So you'll find these grease trapping machines in many commercial kitchens, for their fats, oils, and grease.
The two primary considerations when choosing what size grease trap you need is the capacity and the GPM (the volumentric flow rate of Gallons Per Minute) that the grease trap can accept. Check out the product pages for a link to a grease trap size calculator.
You'll also want to consider the size and material of your grease trap. A plastic interceptor can be easier to install because of its lighter weight, and it won't rust or corrode. But a metal grease trap could be better if you've got a really heavy duty commercial kitchen with a lot of grease. And the size of the grease trap is important for installation reasons obviously, and it will affect the capacity.
If you're not sure which grease trap to buy, we'd love to help you out in picking one. So just give us a call or send us a message.