Byo-Gon PX-109® Organic is used in restaurants as a grease trap treatment and a drain treatment designed specifically to reduce or eliminate organic line and trap deposition as well as fouling and odor by utilizing natural biological action. Existing bacteria and enzymes in the system increase metabolic activity and more rapidly degrade fats, oils, and grease (FOG).
Once Byo-Gon PX-109® Organic is applied, microbes in the system multiply rapidly producing a film of safe grease-digesting bacterial cultures. These cultures work to clean and maintain drain lines and improve the efficiency of the grease trap systems. Generally an automatic feed system equipped with a timer for ease of application is used to insure constant and programmed application rates and worry-free treatment.
Regular applications will reduce and eliminate line and trap deposits, control odor and reduce overall maintenance costs (including expensive and messy pumping of the grease trap). Most importantly there are zero negative effects, which result from the use of non-toxic, biodegradable and environmentally safe Byo-Gon PX-109® Organic.
Contact your Byo-Gon Rep to find out about our new hard surface and floor drain cleaners which utilize natural lipase enzymes to remove grease deposits from restaurant surfaces and eliminate slippery floors.
“…After using Byo-Gon PX-109® Organic in the grease trap of the McDonalds restaurant in Monahans, Texas, the restaurant has not had the grease trap pumped in fifteen months. The grease traps and lines are 90% grease free.”
“…After using Byo-Gon PX-109® Organic in the grease traps of Rose’s Border Cafe, a Mexican Restaurant in Oklahoma City, OK for six weeks, all odors had been eliminated and grease in the trap and lines had been eliminated. The manager of the restaurant was so impressed by the results of…”
“…Byo-Gon PX-109® Organic was used at Luby’s Restaurant in the grease trap, where significant changes were easily recorded. Before the product was applied, the grease trap had a bad smell and had 4‐6” of compacted layered grease. The grease trap was observed on a weekly basis and it was noted…