Combined Cycle Plants, Biomass, Nuclear, Radiant Boilers
Involved Systems – Feed water, boilers, all steam, fuel supply, Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSG), and condensers
Flushing of all systems to clear construction debris
Steam blow cleaning
Boil-out of radiant tube systems to clean / degrease
Scheduled outage cleaning
Reduce scale loading in water systems
Improve efficiency in the heating or cooling system
Heat exchanger cleaning
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 cleaning process wherein steam is generated through operation of a plant boiler system and allowed to pass through steam piping at higher mass flow rates than experienced during normal plant operation in order to remove debris, particulate, and chemical impurities from the system that would otherwise impact on and reduce the lifespan of sensitive downstream components such as rotating equipment.
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.