I do not know how you guys that do this kind of stuff on a regaler basis do this kind of work.

I am installing a 1000 Gallon round grease trap at a restaurant. The sewer line is 2' 1/4" below grade, the hole has to be 7' 2" below the sewer pipe So the over all depth of the hole has to be 9' 9 1/4" deep The basin is 6' round outside diameter.

So I made my hole 8' square dug down 7 and half feet below the pipe today, I wanted to leave the sewer line in place till I was ready to take it out and set the trap but it was in real bad shape, so I had to make a temp repair with some SDR 26 pipe to keep my hole from filling up. I was really hoping to set this trap today but I guess it takes longer than I planed it would. First thing in the morning I am going to have to pump the ground water out of my hole, then add stone and tamper it down and the base of the hole set at 7' 2" below the sewer then call out the guy with the trap to set it in the hole.

I will take some pictures of where I am at now, and some pictures of them setting the trap in the hole. The trap comes in 3 parts, the base with is 48" tall, the mid section with the flat top cap which is 48" as well. Then of course the adjusting rings and the manhole collars and lids. Fun fun.. I am exhausted.

I am installing a 1000 Gallon round grease trap at a restaurant. The sewer line is 2' 1/4" below grade, the hole has to be 7' 2" below the sewer pipe So the over all depth of the hole has to be 9' 9 1/4" deep The basin is 6' round outside diameter.

So I made my hole 8' square dug down 7 and half feet below the pipe today, I wanted to leave the sewer line in place till I was ready to take it out and set the trap but it was in real bad shape, so I had to make a temp repair with some SDR 26 pipe to keep my hole from filling up. I was really hoping to set this trap today but I guess it takes longer than I planed it would. First thing in the morning I am going to have to pump the ground water out of my hole, then add stone and tamper it down and the base of the hole set at 7' 2" below the sewer then call out the guy with the trap to set it in the hole.

I will take some pictures of where I am at now, and some pictures of them setting the trap in the hole. The trap comes in 3 parts, the base with is 48" tall, the mid section with the flat top cap which is 48" as well. Then of course the adjusting rings and the manhole collars and lids. Fun fun.. I am exhausted.

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