Why should I use Hydrosol System?
Turning city water into WFI and clean steam is a difficult process. Facilities may develop a "bio film" or iron contamination in the early treatment phases. Calcium issues in the distillation phase and rouging issues in the W.F.I. can cause problems in your equipment. In this critical environment it is important to ensure your stainless steel is passivated to adhere with strict industry standards. Corrosion and rouging can greatly effect operational standards and in turn cause costly downtime and repairs for your facility.
Corrosion begins with a thin liquid film, often called bio film. Rouging is a reddish, brown matter that adheres to the inside of your stainless steel. Both of these foreign deposits can make their way throughout your entire systems and cause damages and outages.
Hydrosol's cleaning and passivation process will:
- Eliminate new construction and in-service contaminants
- Eradicate all free iron from the stainless steel surface
- Develop a passive layer on the stainless steel surface to protect from future corrosion
How can Hydrosol help?
A Hydrosol Engineer will visit your facility and create a customized chemical cleaning protection plan. This will be based on your needs to protect your most critical assets from corrosion. A crew will mobilize during a scheduled outage or in an emergency situation. High purity pumps, filters and manifolds are used to circulate chemicals through the equipment. Instrumentation is used to monitor free iron and rouging. Information gathered will determine when your equipment is clean and safely protected. A custom turnover package will be presented upon completion of the job as a reporting record to validate system cleanliness.