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Looking for a grease trap treatment? Let Envii take care of it!
Let’s face it, nobody really likes doing the dirty, grimy jobs. Cleaning out a grease trap is certainly one of those jobs. Having to face the stench of butyric acid monthly is enough to put anybody off ever wanting to do it. However, with regular grease trap maintenance and our grease trap treatment you can avoid having to clean the grease trap. The best bit is, somebody else, or should we say something else, will do that maintenance for you!
Powerful grease degrading enzymes
En500 Envii Grease Eater Turbo is a probiotic grease trap treatment. It uses powerful, grease degrading enzymes to break down the fats, oils and greases that build up over time. These fats and oils produce that unwanted and all too familiar stench.
It’s a chemical free fluid treatment that removes fat and grease deposits using millions of beneficial bacteria that degrade fats and grease overnight to leave the drainage system flowing and odour free. The natural, chemical free cleaning power is safe to handle and will improve drainage efficiency. Rather than having to get down and dirty you can let bacteria and enzymes do the dirty work for you.
Protect against blockages, odours and flooding
As well as being used as a grease trap treatment product. Envii Grease Eater Turbo will protect against blockages, odours and flooding caused by an unhealthy grease trap. Having beneficial bacteria and enzymes living in your grease trap will ensure that a protective, bacterial barrier is always present and ready to break down fats, oils and greases as soon as they are deposited.
It can also unblock drains, if you have really let your grease trap go. Furthermore, it is safe for all septic tanks and is suitable to use with Septic Klear.
If you have blocked drainage from your kitchen sink, apply at night as the bacteria has time to work before being flushed away or affected by chemicals such as dishwasher cleaner and washing up liquid – which can be anti-bacterial.
Absolutely, it is very good for a septic tank as grease can block up the tank easily and also on the drainage field/area and this is often used to clean up the drainage area/soil where fats, oils and greases have created a problem.
It both softens and liquefies grease, and if in contact for enough time and in correct numbers it will turn fat back to water and CO2. However, it may take weeks and months depending on amount of grease. Often used to unblock drains and septic tank soakaways blocked with grease
Yes, but it may be quite difficult to get the dose in to the pipes. You would need to run a short rinse cycle and ideally have at below 40°C to activate bacteria and not sterilise them with high temperatures. Also run late in the evening so the bacteria has time to work overnight.
Then run a hot wash the day after, any grease in pipes should have loosened and be washed away
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