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December 16, 2018

Grease Grabber

The Grease Grabber® makes use of the differences in specific gravity and surface tension between grease and water. These physical characteristics allow the belt to attract grease, oil, and other hydrocarbon liquids as the belt passes through the surface of the water.


The system is available in 3 basic configurations*:

  • System A: Basic Grease Grabber System; features the Grease Grabber and Mat Buster
  • System B: Enhanced Discharge System; features Screw Feed Discharge
  • System C: Transfer System; features Transfer Package

Features & Benefits

  • Designed for the most demanding outdoor applications
  • Corrosion-resistant materials
  • Continuous duty
  • All electrical components are UL CSA approved
  • Conforms to CE directives
  • Innovative safety features
  • Customized belt lengths and materials

Typical applications

  • Circulating water systems in steel mills
  • Truck, locomotive and other mobile equipment washing facilities
  • Wastewater sumps or tanks
  • Food processing facilities
  • Parking lots, garages, and service facilities
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