Power Generation

Safely clean electric motors and power stations and avoid disruptions

ICEsonic dry ice blasting system is a non-abrasive and non-conductive way of cleaning power generation equipment. This fast and environmentally safe way of cleaning allows you to clean in-place. Using this cleaning method there is little to no disassembly tasks and no need for cooling down the equipment. Dry ice blasting effectively removes grease, oil, dirt and carbon from your power generation equipment improving readings and machinery efficiency by 70%.

Examples

· Compressors

· Heat exchangers

· Regenerators

· HRSG (heat recovery steam generator)

· Nuclear reactors

· Boilers

Power Generation

Power Generation Equipment Cleaning

Remove buildup and improve the efficiency of your power generation equipment

ICEsonic dry ice blasting effectively removes carbon, grease and other buildup from the equipment and improves megger readings. Dry ice blasting is safe to use on the power generation equipment due to its non-abrasive and non-conductive properties. This cleaning method is used in-place, with no cool down or disassembly required. Dry ice blasting is used to clean aerial coolers, boilers, tubes, radiators, turbines, compressors, motors, generators and other.

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Hydropower Industry Cleaning

Improve equipment effectiveness and prolong the lifespan of your equipment

ICEsonic dry ice blasting system is a non-conductive cleaning method. It doesn’t create secondary waste and allows you to clean in-place without disassembly or cooldown. ICEsonic dry ice blasting equipment is designed to help you access and clean hard to reach places on windings, water turbines, coils, stators and rotors. Its non-abrasive properties ensure no damage to your delicate precision components.

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Oil Industry

Treated surface is clean, dry, oil free and ready for further treatment

ICEsonic dry ice blasting system helps you maintain your oil and gas equipment by removing oil, bitumen, failed coating, corrosion, soluble salts and chloride. It is used to effectively clean operational equipment and their hard to reach places reducing disassembly. Dry ice blasting does not create secondary waste and enables you to clean in-place. Due to non-abrasive properties of dry ice, this cleaning method does not damage the surface and leaves the surface dry, clean and ready for immediate painting or coating. It is the most efficient way to clean operational equipment, HRSG (heat recovery system generators), turbines, heat exchangers, production and storage vessels, tanks, pipelines, transport vehicles, pipes and pipelines, valves and gauges, oil wellhead equipment and others.

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Natural Gas Industry Cleaning

Dry ice blasting can effectively remove deposits and prevent corrosion

ICEsonic dry ice blasting is an effective and safe way of cleaning equipment in the industry of natural gas. It is an effective cleaning method when removing sulfur deposits, ammonia salts and corrosion. Dry ice blasting does not create secondary waste and can be performed in-place reducing downtime. Dry ice blasting can be performed frequently due to its non-abrasive properties and increase the efficiency of your equipment. It can be used on compressors, regenerators, alternators, HRSG, heat exchangers and other.

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Nuclear Industry Cleaning

Improve equipment effectiveness and prolong the lifespan of your equipment

ICEsonic dry ice blasting system is an innovative technology designed to help you with decontamination and decommissioning processes. Dry ice blasting is a safe way to remove oil, rust and dirt from your equipment. It doesn’t create secondary waste allowing you to use it in-place and reduces the volume of high-level waste. Dry ice blasting is non-abrasive and safe to use on delicate components. Dry ice blasting is performed on nuclear reactors, heat exchangers, hairpin heat exchangers, boilers, tubes, vessels, alternators, steam turbines and others.

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Steam Generators

Safely and quickly remove buildup from your steam generators

Dry ice blasting is an effective way of maintaining steam generation equipment, increasing its efficiency and avoiding outages. ICEsonic dry ice blasting is a non-abrasive and dry cleaning process that can be performed in-place reducing disassembly to a minimum and doesn’t create secondary waste. ICEsonic dry ice blasting system gives better cleaning results and is environmentally and employee safe. It is used to clean boilers, steam turbines, air preheaters, condensers, super heaters and other steam generating equipment.

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Operational Equipment Cleaning

Clean machines and electronics during operation to reduce downtime

Dry ice blasting is faster and more effective way of cleaning your operational equipment. ICEsonic dry ice blasting system enables you to remove the buildup from your equipment reducing the risk of breakdown without damaging surfaces. This cleaning method is non-abrasive, does not create secondary waste and is environmentally friendly. It improves preventative maintenance as well as inspection processes. Using ICEsonic dry ice blasting you will note reduction in production downtime and unplanned maintenance.

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Dry Ice Blasting Benefits

Traditional cleaning methods like pressure washing or sand blasting are time consuming because the process of cleaning and drying afterwards is longer. Dry ice blasting is a better alternative because dry ice is non-abrasive, non-conductive, does not create secondary waste, and the process does not require drying.

· Reduction of disruption time by 70%

· Does not create secondary waste

· Non-abrasive

· Non-conductive

· Dry process

· Requires no additional chemicals

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