How Does it Work?

Stage 1: Waste Water (Effluent) Flow Control

Waste Water (Effluent) Flow Control

Effluent flow rates are controlled by the sized inlet flow restrictor to maintain operating efficiency and to prevent effluent surges.

 

Stage 2: Food Removal

The effluent is channeled through a removable food strainer basket where unwanted food debris is automatically captured and retained.

 

Stage 3: Oil Separation

The Goslyn™ innovative oil separation chamber operates under hydrostatic pressure at 40°C / 104°F for highly efficient oil separation.

 

Stage 4: Oil removal

Hydrostatic pressure forces 99.6% of FOG out through the oil discharge valve into the oil cassette while "clean" water is discharged into the sewer system.

 

Stage 5: Daily 2 Minute Maintenance

Food waste solids are removed from the removable strainer basket to a separate food collection container for disposal and/or composting FOG is drained from the removable oil cassette to a separate oil collection container fro rendering or conversion to bio-fuel The manually controlled flush valve is opened for 5 to 10 seconds, flushing the solids that are too fine to be trapped by the strainer basket.