How Much Oil is really there?
Do you know what a grease interceptor is (commonly known as a grease trap)? How about inspectors who monitor grease traps? If so, then you are probably aware the only way to measure the level of FOG (fats, oils, and grease) is to use a core sampler, like a Sludge Judge or a Dipstick Pro. And you know these devices are incredibly messy, time consuming and prone to failure.
Until now. SCT is distributing the first production ready probe that can be inserted into a grease trap and measure the level of FOG in less than a minute. It’s called the AM-FOG probe and it is the first such device that can be carried around like a core sampler but without the mess, the stink and the headaches of a device that fails more often than it works. The AM-FOG probe works by measuring the electrical properties of the surrounding medium. Because it has no moving parts there is nothing to wear out or break down.
The AM-FOG communicates via low-energy Bluetooth (BLE) to an Android or iOS app on your cell phone or tablet. It’s incredibly easy to use and will pay for itself in a few weeks when the inspector or hauler is able to triple his or her rate of inspections. Reach out to Joe or David at SCT and learn about this convenient tool of the trade.
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