Ensure the outlet pipe is sized to suit the hydraulic flow entering the unit
- Use flexible couplings to inlet and outlet.
- Inlet and outlet can be crossed over at rear to suit orientation.
- Connect solenoid valves to hot water (HW) line
- Fit a tap connection to HW line to allow tank service, removal and emergency shut off.
- Ensure 1:40 fall at all times for inlet and outlet pipes.
- Do not use compression hose on inlet side.
- Ensure unit filled with water prior to switching on power source.
- It is advisable to leave power on to retain integrity of default settings.
- Check correct invert and weir levels shown here.
- HW temperature at sink should be >41C for average daily operation but below scald temperature to allow entry and service.
For full installation instructions for the Mactrap Easy Clean G15 download the Grease Boss Easy Clean G15 Operational Manual
For full instructions for the Mactrap Easy Clean G25 download the Grease Boss Easy Clean G25 Operational Manual.
For SAT files for the Grease Boss to incorporate this unit into your design please contact us.
Maintenance & videos
It is important that all grease traps are installed correctly and properly maintained. This involves daily emptying of the filter basket and waste container and ensuring the wiper blades are free from residue.
To ensure the Grease Boss operates effectively, Mactrap recommends that is is serviced twice a year. (Most councils require maintenance programmes for under bench grease traps, as part of their consent process).
Where the Grease Boss is installed in premises where baking products are used, please note that flour, if not removed from dishes being cleaned, can form a sludge in the filter basket and tank. It is impotant that flour is removed from dishes prior to washing.
Please contact us for your local approved service agent for Mactrap.
Watch the Mactrap Easy Clean and G25 maintenance videos