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The Application of Industrial Scale Ultrasonic Cleaning to Heat Exchangers

B. Kieser, R. Phillion and T. McCartney

Tube Exchanger before and after cleaning.

The cleaning of fouled heat exchangers often presents a significant challenge to the maintenance and operation of chemical, petroleum and food processes.

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From Practice-To-Theory-To-Practice: Advances in the Cleaning of Heat Exchangers Using Ultrasound

B. Kieser, A. Goode and R. Philion

A typical exchanger being removed from the ultrasonic bath for inspection and rinsing.

The cleaning of heat exchangers, and other large process equipment, using large-scale ultrasonic systems has, in the past few years, progressed from a “curiosity” to a proven, practical tool for many clients.

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Ultrasonic Cleaning of Badly Fouled Compabloc Exchangers

R. Philion, B. Kieser and T. McCartney

Compabloc exchanger before and after cleaning.

This paper describes the use of ultrasonic technologies to clean badly fouled Alfa Laval Compabloc® 106 heat exchangers - which could not be effectively cleaned by conventional methods.

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Application of Stabilized Hydrogen Peroxide for the Removal of Iron Polysulfide Deposits

T.R. McCartney and R. Shank

Exchanger before and after cleaning.

Hydrogen Peroxide is a strong oxidizing agent that could be used for the effective removal of the iron sulfide species.

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Understanding the Value of Cleaning - Gains From the Use of Ultrasonic Cleaning of Large Industrial Equipment

C. H. Schulz and B. Kieser

Example of soiling on Quench Oil Exchangers.

We present the results of a study to determine the efficacy of large-scale ultrasonic cleaning of heat exchangers at Braskem.

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The Effective Removal of Feco3 Deposits From Critical Process Heat Exchangers Used in Ammonia Production Using a Proprietary Ultrasonic Chemical Cleaning Method

R. Philion and T.R. McCartney

Exchanger before and after cleaning.

This paper examines the problem of ferrous carbonate fouling and removal in lean - rich Diethanol amine exchangers at the CO2 extraction plants associated with ammonia manufacturing.

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B. Kieser, R. Phillion and T. McCartney

Tube Exchanger  before and after cleaning.


The cleaning of fouled heat exchangers often presents a significant challenge to the maintenance and operation of chemical, petroleum and food processes.

Read more →

B. Kieser, A. Goode and R. Philion

A typical exchanger being removed from the ultrasonic bath for inspection and rinsing.


The cleaning of heat exchangers, and other large process equipment, using large-scale ultrasonic systems has, in the past few years, progressed from a “curiosity” to a proven, practical tool for many clients.

Read more →

R. Philion, B. Kieser and T. McCartney

Compabloc exchanger before and after cleaning.


This paper describes the use of ultrasonic technologies to clean badly fouled Alfa Laval Compabloc® 106 heat exchangers - which could not be effectively cleaned by conventional methods.

Read more →

T.R. McCartney and R. Shank

Exchanger before and after cleaning.


Hydrogen Peroxide is a strong oxidizing agent that could be used for the effective removal of the iron sulfide species.

Read more →

C. H. Schulz and B. Kieser

Example of soiling on Quench Oil Exchangers


We present the results of a study to determine the efficacy of large-scale ultrasonic cleaning of heat exchangers at Braskem.

Read more →

R. Philion and T.R. McCartney

Exchanger before and after cleaning.


This paper examines the problem of ferrous carbonate fouling and removal in lean - rich Diethanol amine exchangers at the CO2 extraction plants associated with ammonia manufacturing.

Read more →