ACO Polycrete’s grease separators have been used in buildings all over the world, however, the company has just sold its first unit on an offshore platform.
Throughout the world, ACO’s grease separators are typically found in buildings or on marine vessels. However, recently, ACO has sold its first unit on an offshore platform which was recently commissioned for natural gas production.
The platform belongs to the Malaysia-Thailand Joint Development Area (JDA), a zone in the Gulf of Thailand which has been designated for use by both countries where energy resources are to be shared equally.
ACO’s Hydrojet OS grease separa¬tor was installed in the food preparation area in JDA block B-17 which supports 140 working staff with three meals a day. The unit was sized by planners in accordance with the European Stan-dard, EN 1825.
The trend to be green is increasingly important in waste management, particularly for the recycling of fat, oil and grease (FOGs) which are used in food processing. Moreover, proper waste treatment prevents pipe blockages and the unlawful disposal of untreated wastewater.
The Hydrojet range is available in a number of sizes (capacities) and offers an advanced cleaning capability for hassle and stench-free results. Each unit comes with an integrated sludge trap which can be cleaned out easily via a disposal truck.
With a certified life span of 25 years, all ACO’s grease separators are durable and manufactured to EN 1825.
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