ELIMINATES THE NEED FOR MANUALLY CLEANING OUT OF GREASE TRAPS
Grease traps in restaurants, hospitals, cafeterias, meat packing plants must be kept clean. In most cases, this is done every week or two by removing grease trap cover and manually cleaning out the grease. This is no longer necessary with NEW, QUICK ACTING, DAVIES “GREASE-BAN”. This unique formula emulsifies grease. Keeps it liquid so that the solution is flushed out of grease trap and drain lines. By keeping grease traps and drain lines free of grease, foul grease odors are also removed.
“GREASE-BAN” is non-acid, non caustic. Will not harm metals or action of septic tank. It can be put through garbage disposal units.
“GREASE-BAN” is faster acting, more economical than enzyme and bacterial culture type products.
To keep grease traps, drains, septic tank drain fields, dry wells, cesspools, free of grease and foul grease odors, use Davies “GREASE-BAN”.
- DISSOLVES GREASE & SLIME
- CONTROLS OBJECTIONABLE ODORS
- SEPTIC TANK SAFE
- GREASE TRAPS & DRAINS
With Davies “GREASE-BAN”, clogged and sluggish waste disposal systems cease to be a problem. Your cleaning is done chemically… no expensive pumping necessary. And it is safe to use…no burns, no corrosion to metal, no back-splash, no need for bacterial additives…and it is non-flammable.
Davies “GREASE-BAN’S” unique formula emulsifies grease… renders it liquid and free flowing. It will not harden again! “GREASE-BAN” is not recommended where plastic pipes or fittings are used.
This exceptional chemical action takes place not only in drain lines but continues to work thoroughly the entire drainage system. Porosity is restored in grease-clogged drainage areas.
No more disagreeable grease odors when “GREASE-BAN” is used in the lines.
“GREASE-BAN” quickly dissolves grease and slime as well as controls objectionable odors in septic tanks, cesspools, grease traps and drains.
SEPTIC TANKS & CESSPOOLS: Add one (1) pint –per 500 gallon capacity.
GREASE TRAPS & DRAINS: For preventive maintenance, pour 3-oz. “GREASE-BAN” into drain each night, if possible… at a few hours if over night is not possible