Our team of industrial technical cleaners (Lti) will take care of all the cleaning work of pipes and process equipment. After several years in the sector, we can assure you that this work is essential for the whole system to work perfectly.
At limpiezas técnicas industriales we carry out the whole process of stopping, cleaning and starting up with a 100% guarantee on our work.
Here is some information about Oil Flushing.
THE TERM “OIL FLUSHING” IS COMMONLY USED IN THE INDUSTRIAL HEATING INDUSTRY FOR THE CLEANING OF PIPING AND PROCESS EQUIPMENT; TYPICAL APPLICATIONS USE IMMERSION HEATERS OR CIRCULATING FLUID HEATERS FOR HEATING.
THE OIL TO A DESIRED RHEOLOGY NUMBER FOR CIRCULATION THROUGH THE SYSTEM. VISCOSITY AND TEMPERATURE PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN A TYPICAL OIL CHANGE.
IN MANY PROCESS APPLICATIONS, CONVENTIONAL OIL FLUSHING IS NOT SUFFICIENT TO ACHIEVE THE DESIRED PURITY. ADDITIONAL MEASURES ARE REQUIRED TO IMPROVE CLEANLINESS.
THERE IS ALSO A LUCRATIVE ADVANTAGE IF OIL FLUSHING IS PERFORMED BEFORE A FULLY OPERATIONAL SYSTEM. THE CUSTOMER DOES NOT HAVE TO STOP THE TREATMENT SYSTEM. THIS SAVES TIME AND THEREFORE MONEY.
HOWEVER, IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO USE OIL CIRCULATION HEATERS TO HEAT THE OIL TO THE CORRECT TEMPERATURE.
The oil used in the discharge is pulsed to produce sound waves. This makes the oil very turbulent. This turbulence helps to remove contaminants from the pipework. The oil then carries the contaminants to the filter. With this type of oil flushing, the quality of cleaning is very high. PLC-controlled pulse-generated waves.
This method is ideal when turbulent flow is difficult to achieve (e.g. in coolers). The industry has found that the waves generated by these PLC-controlled pulses are very effective in removing metal shavings from dense fabrics.
This oil-washing technology also makes it possible to clean hard-to-reach parts. Coolers and heat exchangers are the target devices for these PLC-controlled pulses, the end result of which is a high level of cleanliness. Oil flushing to keep systems running at full capacity.
Fully operational systems continue to operate during cleaning. This technique requires high technology density. This type of oil flushing is recommended, for example, for emergency shutdown systems and for hydraulic equipment on offshore oil platforms. In the latter case, production continues after oil washing.
From a financial point of view, this is very attractive for companies, as this type of oil washing reduces downtime and saves costs associated with production interruptions. However, regular maintenance is still necessary. It is worth noting that with pulse wave technology it has been possible to reduce well downtime considerably.
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