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Plate Heat Exchanger Chemical Cleaning Equipment Chemicals

Common type of heat exchangers we clean


Straight tube

U-tube

Plate

Compact

With our system we offer


On site one step cleaning operation (8 to 12 hours) Equipment designed with safety features to minimize accident risks Minimum plate heat exchanger down time No need to replace expensive gaskets No risk for leaks or mechanical damage to plates No release of dangerous gases such as H2S Friendly chemicals

Examples of plate heat exchanger cleaning

Other Equipment We Clean:


Piping Reactors Separators Towers Centrifuges Hydrocyclones Filters Evaporator reboilers Crude oil separators Heating systems Cooling systems Pre - operational cleaning Evaporators Radiators Sea water feed coolers Reverse osmosis membranes

Our Chemicals
Innovative chemical technology Removing organic and inorganic contaminants from surfaces We bring:
New Products to Solve Problems Technology Innovation
- Early Stage Research - Product Development Application know - how Solvents Problem difficulty Acids

High NOXOL KIRASOL

Strong Product Stewardship

KIRASOL:
Organic contaminant removal products

Caustic

Targeted chemicals for specific performances. NOT LIKE ACIDS

NOXOL:
Inorganic contaminant removal products

Low Technology base

High

Why Use KIRASOL Products?


The KIRASOL family of products will rapidly, and safely remove difficult organic contaminants including oils, heavy hydrocarbons, asphalts, asphaltenes, waxes, adhesives, pitch, oil-based inks, lubricants, and polymeric binders.

Ease of Use
Quicker and more effective cleaning Non-caustic and non-corrosive safe for equipment and workers Versatile Dilutable with water (typical use concentration 1%-10%). Wash away easily.

Ease of Disposal
Biodegradable Mild pHs (No waste stream neutralization) Non-chlorine containing Organic contaminants in most cases will separate from KIRASOL products assisting in waste management and minimization.

Why is KIRASOL Effective?


1. Penetration 2. Emulsification and removal 3. Separation

KIRASOL

KIRASOL & Contaminant

KIRASOL Separated Contaminant

Contaminant Surface

When to Use KIRASOL-318SC


Contaminants removed:

Hydrocarbons
Kerosene, diesel, light fuel oils, gasoil, napthas, pyrolysis gas, gasoline, benzene, xylenes.

Oils & others:


Lube oils, mineral oils, cutting oils, hydraulic oils, alcohols, ketones, esters, glycols.

When to Use KIRASOL-340


Contaminants removed:
Before

Heavy Hydrocarbons
Pitch Tar Crude oil residues Asphalts Heavy oils Gums Heavy oil removal with Creosote KIRASOL-340 Paraffin Waxes Asphaltenes Some carbon deposits
After

When to Use KIRASOL-360


Contaminants removed:
Before

Formulated, Intermediates
Adhesives Plasticizers Resins Lube oil additives Epoxies Soybean oil Castor oil Cottonseed oil Linseed oil Tung oil
Resin removal with KIRASOL-360

Vegetable Oils:

After

Why Use NOXOL Products?


The NOXOL family of products will rapidly, and safely remove inorganic contaminants including difficult metal oxides and salts.

Ease of Use
Versatile, remove difficult scales, used in aqueous environment Fast working (High throughput) Equipment safe, non-corrosive to metal and other substrates Worker safe, non-corrosive, non-flammable and non-volatile Mild pHs

Ease of Disposal
Biodegradable Mild pHs Non chlorine containing

What are NOXOL Products?


Advanced compounds that remove mixed oxides, difficult salts and water hardness scales. This family of products will rapidly and selectively remove corrosion products and scale from surfaces selectively without Metal ions corroding the underlying material. Oxygen
Oxide Formation & Removal Example
+ + + 0. Fe Iron

Oxidation

Reduction

1. FeO Ferrous Oxide 2. Fe3O4 Magnetite 3. Fe2O3 Hematite


1 2 3 4

Removed by NOXOL

Acid attack

Oxides NOXOL attack Metal Surface

When to Use NOXOL-550


Scales removed:
Before

Calcium carbonate Magnesium hydroxide


Sea water organisms

Calcium carbonate removal with NOXOL-550

After

Seawater scale & micro organism removal with NOXOL-550

Before

After

When to Use NOXOL-678


Scales removed:
Before

Oxides of iron, aluminum & copper Zinc phosphates Magnesium hydroxide Calcium carbonate Calcium sulfate Others
Calcium sulfate removal With NOXOL-678

After

When to Use NOXOL-100


Before

Scales removed: Iron oxides - Difficult magnetites - Difficult hematites


Magnesium hydroxide (as secondary scale) Calcium carbonate (as secondary scale)
Mixed iron oxide removal from coil tube heat exchangers With NOXOL-100

After

Hematite removal from compact heat exchangers with NOXOL-100

Before

After

When to Use NOXOL-771


Scales removed:
Before

Barium sulfate Strontium sulfate Radium sulfate


After

Barium & strontium sulfate removal with NOXOL-771

Mixed Contamination Present?


Organic surface contamination

Inorganic matrix, contamination

Inorganic contamination entrapped In other matrices

Base Metal Surface

Combine KIRASOL with NOXOL products

Application considerations in evaluating the problem


Contaminant(s) type (organic, inorganic, mixed) Contaminant(s) quantity Material compatibility Product(s) Product(s) concentration Application temperature Application time Surface velocity (40-60 cm/sec) Chemical contact with contaminant

Current key customers in GCC countries


Occidental Petroleum of Qatar
- Plate heat exchangers, fresh water & sea water sides - Tube & shell heat exchangers, fresh water and gas sides

RASGAS
- Plate heat exchangers, fresh water & sea water sides - Oil separators

Qatar Gas
- Plate heat exchangers, sea water side

QP Offshore
- Plate heat exchangers, sea water side

QP NGL
- Tube heat & shell exchangers, refrigerant coolant side

QAPCO
-Plate heat exchanger, both amine sides

Maersk Oil Qatar


-Tube & shell heat exchangers, crude oil side

Abu Dhabi Gas, Das Island, U.A.E.


-Tube & shell heat exchangers, sea water side

TOTAL, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E


- Tube & shell heat exchangers, sea water and gas sides

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