Municipal Water and Wastewater
Involved Systems – Water and wastewater treatment systems, force mains, water distribution piping, pump and lift stations
Reduce scale loading in water systems
Routine flushing of water distribution networks
Routine flushing of force mains
A highly-turbulent mixture of air and water propelled through a pipe system at high velocity using only clean, compressed air as the driving force, and capable of removing construction debris and corrosion products from the system that would otherwise foul sensitive system components such as control valve trims, check valves, strainers, instrumentation, and heat exchange surfaces during plant startup and in normal operation.
A controlled application of chemically treated water to plant piping and equipment through a circular flow path that allows gradual heating of the fluid and continuous contact of chemicals with system internal metal surfaces to bind corrosion products, mill scales, and other deposits and transport them out of the system.