Protect your roof from damaging corrosive oils and grease produced in manufacturing facilities.
G2® Grease Guard® filters work to absorb and contain oil and grease discharge found in rooftops, motors of power air conditioning systems, and electric generators in most industrial facilities.
Effective grease trap and containment filters will capture oil and grease while allowing rainwater to pass through.
Reduces fire hazards and excessive liability.
Features the following:Top Pre-Filter: A pass-through, non-combustible, self-extinguishing filter constructed from an open cross section polymer.Transfer Layer: Constructed from polyolefin fiber, quickly transfers oil-based fluids to the absorption layers, while repelling rain-water &UV stability protects the absorption layers from damaging sun rays.Advanced Filter Composite: Constructed from an engineered open-cell polyolefin fabric, over 100 layers of absorbent microfibers wick and contain oil based fluids, while repelling rainwater & absorption capacity is up to 78 fluid ounces per square foot.Barrier Layer: Constructed from a closed-cell polymeric blend that provides a leak-proof barrier.Bottom Layer: An airflow layer constructed from an open cross- section polymer, this layer supports the absorption and security layers while allowing air to circulate throughout the entire filter system.
Standard and Heavy-Duty units available.
Standard units are recommended for food service; Heavy-Duty units are perfect for tough industrial environments.
Choose from different replacement filter sizes: 5-1/2'w x 5-1/2'l Light Duty Filter, 5-1/2'w x 8-1/4'l Heavy-Duty Filter, 8-1/4'w x 8-1/4'l Large Light-Duty Filter5-1/2'w x 11'l Large Heavy-Duty Filter, 8-1/4'w x 11'l Extra-Large Heavy-Duty Filter, 11'w x 11'l 2XL Light-Duty Filter, and 11'w x 13-3/4'l 2XL Heavy-Duty Filter.
For discontinued units, choose from these filter sizes: 4'w x 4'l, 5'w x 5'l, 6'w x 6'l, 5'w x 7-1/2'l, 7-1/2'w x 7-1/2'l, 6'w x 9'lm 9'w x 9'l, 6'w x 12'l, 10'w x 10'l, and 12'w x 12'l.
Compliant with NPDES, 40 CFR 122.26 (1999) when used as a Best Management Practice in Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans.