Monthly Archives: August 2020

Welcome to the IPS Flow Systems blog. From here you can get the latest news and updates about our company and its product range.
  1. Fatberg - The Hidden Menace

      The accumulation of Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) in a drainage system creates problems for commercial kitchens, food processing facilities and downstream infrastructure. FOG is generated from cooking processes and enters the drainage system via sinks, dishwashers and drainage outlets.    Kessel size all their Grease Separators to the European Norm EN1825.    The Building Regulations 2000 part H - Drainage & Waste Disposal (2002 edition) clearly set out rules for the management of grease :
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  2. Its GOOD to TALK

    Customer Service is the back bone of our business and with this in mind we have introduced a LiveChat function to our website. 
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  3. introducing VIPseal

      Built to the very latest designs and engineered from the very best materials –  VIP Polymers set out to make the most reliable range of low pressure and non-pressurised pipe seals on the market.
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  4. CAKE HEAD - JOY TO THE PEOPLE

    In July our NEW supply partner Dynorod Ireland put us in contact with a company that needed an underground grease separator for their cake making business. Cake head needed the separator at their facilty in Rutland.  They needed an NS2 separator but they also needed a means of pumping the grey water back up to the sewer once it had been separaterd.   Our national product manager for Kessel Dave Whalley specified the 93002/80D as it has a 140litre sludge capacity and 230litre total capacity with this he also specified the 825810D
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  5. If you need it we can supply it.

      For 29 Years, IPS Flow Systems has been the U.K.'s leading supplier of industrial plastic piping systems.
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