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Clever Solution Takes the Strain Off Commercial Kitchen's Drains

05-20-2020 05:43 PM CET | Associations & Organizations

Press release from: The Drain Strainer

May 20, 2020

Springfield MO - Restaurants, bars and hotels across the US are installing an ideal solution to stop their money from going down the drain in plumbing and grease trap fees - thanks to The Drain Strainer(TM).

Invented by a former restaurant owner, The Drain Strainer(TM) is a significant money-saver over the long-term for the hospitality industry in their commercial kitchens.

The Drain Strainer(TM) is a food solid and wet waste separator that allows water from your sinks to filter through its strainer drawer while capturing all the food solids that normally clog your pipes, which minimizes the need for frequent grease trap pumping.

"It's a more effective and affordable commercial kitchen drainage system than what's on the market today and the businesses who have invested in one have been delighted with the results," said owner Brian Ash.

The Drain Strainer(TM) offers solid protection for grease traps, floor drains, and wall drains while still allowing the three-compartment sinks in bars, kitchens and dish areas to drain quickly.

The Drain Strainer(TM) also serves as a commercial garbage disposer alternative which is especially important because many local authorities have banned commercial garbage disposals to prevent food debris from entering their sewer system.

Just remove the stainless steel strainer drawer and either save the food debris for composting or empty it into the trash instead of allowing these solids to clog the drains.

The Drain Strainer(TM) costs less than replacing or repairing commercial garbage disposals, it doesn't require electricity and there are no dangerous blades.

"Our solution is easy to install, affordable and easy to operate. The bottom line is that it works," he added. "But most of all, it keeps kitchens running smoothly, staff are happy, and there is reduced stress and maintenance costs, which puts money in your pocket over the long-term."

The Drain Strainer(TM) eliminates flooded floors which can cause shutdowns, slip and fall hazards, and can be a critical health code violation.It also reduces fats, oils, grease from entering the sewer system. Preventing food solids from clogging drains helps prevent sewer and drain flies, and eliminates foul odors.

The Drain Strainer(TM) has been utilized by businesses with commercial kitchens across the country that have provided positive feedback. "Since installing The Drain Strainer(TM)to replace our commercial disposal, we now have zero issues: no more clogs, no noise, no maintenance, and no more blown breakers. It works," declared one satisfied customer.

If you want to know more about The Drain Strainer(TM) and what it can do for your commercial kitchen, call 417-893-0737 or email: Visit their website for more information.

The Drain Strainer
5159 S Bellhurst Ct
Springfield MO 65804
417-893-0737 /

The Drain Strainer was invented by a former restaurant owner to protect your floor drains, wall drains and grease traps from being clogged by food solids. It also is an affordable alternative to a commercial garbage disposal. The Drain Strainer offers solid protection for your grease traps, floor drains and wall drains while still allowing the 3 compartment sinks in your bar, kitchen and dish area to drain quickly. Simply remove the stainless steel strainer drawer and either save the food debris for compost or empty it into the trash instead of allowing these solids to clog your drains.

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