'How to Deal with Grease, Sediment and Oil' - March 2014 edition

This new edition of our 'How to Deal with Grease, Sediment and Oil' brochure, superseding our October 2009 edition, has been updated with new illustrations and a significant change to the product range - all of our grease convetrters and oil interceptors are now made of stainless steel grade 304, and may optionally be made of grade 316. This replaces our previous range of mild steel grease converters and oil interceptors. Our sediment interceptors are still made of grade 304 stainless steel, and have an optional polished finish.

 

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2-3 • Main illustration updated to show all stainless steel construction.
5 • Grease Converter Spec. codes altered to start with 6 instead of 5 to distinguish stainless steel version from old mild steel versions.
• Grease Converter Models 5235 and 5250 no longer offered (no stainless steel equivalent).
8 • Grease Converters' Material data updated to show stainless steel grade 304 standard, with grade 316 as an option.
• Grade 316 Grease Converters are supplied with plain grade 316 covers. If anti-slip covers are required these will be supplied as grade 304.
• T1702 added to list of threaded pipework adaptors.
9 • Sediment interceptors now have satin finish as standard. Polished finish is available as an option.
10 • Oil Interceptor Spec. codes altered to start with 6 instead of 5 to distinguish stainless steel version from old mild steel versions.
• Oil Interceptors' Material data updated to show stainless steel grade 304 standard, with grade 316 as an option.
• Grade 316 Oil Interceptors are supplied with plain grade 316 covers. If anti-slip covers are required these will be supplied as grade 304.

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