1 Measure your sinks. (Note:
include freestanding, wall and mop sinks in this section)
Drainage Load A (Max Discharge x 0.75)
2. Select a '1' or '2' minute drain period. Note: Where possible it is recommended to design based on a
1 minute drain period. Drain Period is however a convenience
factor allowing a more compact (lower capacity interceptor to
be used in the calculated application. The trade off is greater
frequency of maintenance of that more compact solution.
Formula assumes a 1 minute drain period - For 2 minute enter '2'
Actual Drainage Load
3a. Sizing a Dishwasher - Gravity Discharge. Note: Dishwashers can be connected to a GI only if allowed by local code. Each dishwasher will require a seperate GI.
Racks Per Hr (Per Manufacturers Spec)
Gallons per Rack (Per Manufacturers Spec)
Total Gallons Per Hr
Convert to GPM x Separation Factor (10min)
3b. Sizing a Dishwasher - Pumped Discharge.
Manufacturers specified Peak/Max Discharge
3c. Add any Additional Appliances/Drains. Note: For floor drains/sinks take the volume of water produced
by the number of hose bibs (i.e. 1.5-2.0 GPM per 3/4 inch faucet)
Floor Sink 1/Other Appliance
Floor Sink 2/Other Appliance
Floor Sink 3/Other Appliance
Total Additional Discharge (Dishwasher plus
Your Endura Grease Interceptor
TOTAL Actual Drainage Load
Grease Interceptor Capacity Required
If the above cell displays "Flow Rating Exceeded" consider using a 2 minute drain period. If still showing "Flow Rating Exceeded" contact your national Canplas Customer Service location for assistance. These are listed below for your convenience.
This application requires a Canplas Endura - Part Code:
Note: Suffix 'S' denotes OPTIONAL spigot version Flow Control Device