Heavy Duty Product and Exceptional Service

You want a separator that won’t float or melt like plastic, an interceptor that you don’t have to pour a concrete slab over to make it traffic loading, a grease trap that is supplied and set in the excavation by the manufacturer, not just sent to your site on a flatbed for you to deal with, after you just paid an exorbitant price. Don’t be fooled by false information. Concrete is the best material for your grease interceptor. Click on this link for Myth vs. Fact

Advance Concrete Products Co. supplies hundreds of concrete grease interceptors each year during restaurant renovations, new restaurant construction, and expansions. Our grease interceptors are rated heavy duty, made with high-strength concrete that is reinforced with rebar for your high traffic area, and certified watertight by vacuum testing. Our trailer-mounted cranes arrive with our highly trained operators ready to set the interceptor in your prepared excavation. We custom ordered our cranes to be designed with extremely high capacity so we can better serve you, the customer. Notice the 18,000 lb. precast concrete grease interceptor in the photo is being installed in one piece, because that’s what the contractor needed. Advance is all about high quality product and service.

Below, you’ll find a list of companies that trust the value, quality and service we provide each time we deliver a precast concrete grease interceptor to their site, getting their kitchens open in the shortest amount of time, with the highest quality grease interceptor. Yes, you can have both.
* MacDonalds
* Taco Bell
* Tim Hortons
* White Castle
* Buffalo Wild Wings
* A&W
* Subway
* Costco
* Jimmy Johns
* Burger King
* Culvers Restaurant
* Golden Corral
* Big Boy
* Four Winds Casino
* Rio Bravo
* Tony Gallo’s
* Kroger
* Slow’s BBQ
* Bagger Dave’s
* Whole Foods
* Medilodge
* Starbuck’s
* Popeye’s Chicken
* Logan’s Roadhouse
* Blind Fish
… and too many more to list!

Call us at 248-887-4173 or email us today at info@advanceconcreteproducts.com for grease interceptor information.