How important is grease containment? If you have a commercial cooking operation, rooftop grease damage is something that needs to be dealt with. Fats, oils, and grease are discharged from your up-blast hood exhaust fan and collects on your roof. This creates a deadly fire hazard and liability for your business. Also, since your business can be held responsible for polluted stormwater systems and grease runoff, rooftop grease containment is something you need to control.
Rooftop grease containment options come in the form of grease catchers, grease boxes, grease traps, and grease gutters. These systems are all designed for roof grease containment and we guarantee the lowest price on these items. Grease pillows can be ordered with the traps or separately. In addition, we offer miscellaneous grease products, like grease socks, wall mounted units, grease duct access doors, and adapters, to further control your kitchen’s grease. Even installing a hinge kit on your exhaust fan can help decrease the risk of damaged fan bases and broken seals where grease can leak and cause extra expenses from roof grease damage.
Driploc Grease Containment
Starting at $77.00
- Economical grease containment rack systems.
Grease pillows catch grease while allowing water to past through.
- Fast Shipping
7 sizes available for low to high volume discharges:
Omni Containment Systems
Starting at $189.00
Omni Containment Systems designs products that enable our clients to exceed their fats, oils and grease containment and mechanical needs with cost-effective and environmentally responsible solutions. All of our products are proudly made in America. Omni Containment System has a variety of rooftop grease containment each system is designed with specific restaurant circumstances in mind, making sure that the proper solution is available and affordable for any grease containment need.
5 sizes available for low to high volume discharge:
Factory Grease Box
Starting at $69.00
Grease Containment (Grease Box or Exhaust Fan Grease Cup) is designed to collect low volume grease from the exhaust fan, a good example can be assisted living, school, donuts restaurant, and others.
There are many different safety and environmental issues facing the restaurant industry by state and government agencies. As a restaurant owner, you are required to comply with the state and federal requirements regarding your kitchen hood, exhaust hood filters, and grease control. If you want to avoid roof damage or failure, fire, fines, and interior damage, rooftop grease control is the first step. Protecting your business from roof grease damage with our grease containment systems is an investment in your business that you can’t afford to make.