SAFE & EFFECTIVE
Environmental Restrictions, Safety Hazards, Expensive Disposal of Spent Chemicals, Scheduling Restraints, Critical Time Workloads, Environmental Regulations and safety hazards associated with toxic cleaning chemistries are all common problems with plant start-ups and turn-around maintenance. Verchem Industrial Chemical Cleaning Services minimized these potential difficulties with safe, efficient, custom-engineered chemical cleaning methods.
Pre-operational boiler and process plant chemical cleaning services
Pre-commissioning boiler and process plant chemical cleaning services
Post-operational boiler and process plant chemical cleaning services
Refinery and Petrochemical plants turnaround degassing/decontamination services
Dangers of Choosing Wrong Chemistry
- Harmful effect may well be long term.
- Does not manifest itself immediately.
Disadvantages Of Conventional Methods
- This generates about 2 volume more waste which is today very costly to treat and dispose.
- Poses maximum exposure hazards to personnel and equipment.
The Need To Clean:
To remove operational deposits that have accumulated during normal operation of the unit since the last cleaning. For Boiler, the objective is to remove deposits from the inside of boiler tubes which improves the boiler heat rate, reduces tube failures and improves the stability of boiler chemistry
The Need To Clean:
Proven Chemical Cleaning Technology
VERTAN® V665 Single-fill Chemistry
VERTAN® V675 Alkaline Copper Removal (ACR) Process
Highly effective solvent for removing operational deposits of Iron oxide and copper oxides and elemental copper from internal boiler surfaces in the alkaline pH range of 9.2 with larger boilers cleaned in hours or less. The ability of V675 process to remove iron and copper oxides and copper as well in a single fill is what makes it valuable to the industry as a solvent.
Used with our Vertan® chelant for Pre-operational Chemical cleaning process. F082 effectively removes grease or oil contaminants from piping and/or equipment’s internal surfaces.