Tank cleaning systems
... generation dual nozzle tank cleaning machine. It is designed for use in fixed installations aboard chemical and product tankers as well as offshore applications. Alfa Laval’s Gunclean Toftejorg i40 ...
... programmable single nozzle tank cleaning machine, designed for installations onboard chemical and product tankers as well as offshore applications. Gunclean Toftejorg i40 S is developed to meet the ...
... configurations covering any tank size. Thorough cost-effective cleaning To achieve the best possible cleaning results, Toftejorg Rotary jet heads use an optimized high-impact jet ...
... hoses PowerChem 15 chemical applicator is powered by Ingersoll Rand AODD pump and is fully compatible with any cargo hold cleaning chemical. It can be used to apply hold barrier chemicals as well. Thw pump is protected ...
... requiring a sufficient heating system for the tanks on board. Presently, such oil tanks are heated by steam from a boiler on board. The steam is in many cases delivered to several nozzles ...
CLEANMAX UPM-4050 and UPM-6580 are completely a programmable single nozzle Tank Cleaning Machine to be equipped on the mounted tank top or deck. It will allow adapting in crude oil and ...
... pumping system based upon hydraulically driven submerged cargo pumps, is used for chemical and product carriers, crude carriers, FPSO units and others. The system is designed for profitable cargo handling, ...
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How to choose this product
A tank cleaning system can be stationary or mobile. It generally consists of a high-pressure pump and one or several nozzles, and is used to clean cargo ship holds carrying chemicals, petroleum products or other polluting materials.
Fixed systems are found within the cargo holds of oil and chemical tankers, and especially on vessels whose tank contents should not be exposed to the open air. Mobile units are common where holds can be opened and entered.
Most systems are composed of a control unit with a motor and a high-pressure pump connected to a nozzle. In the case of fixed models, the nozzle is mounted and sealed to the inside wall of the tank.
The nozzle can be single- or double-headed. Spray angle and run time generally can be adjusted. On automatic models, cleaning frequency also can be set. Some can even be programmed to deliver a preset amount of cleaning liquid, be it seawater or something else. Mobile units are generally wheeled, high-pressure cleaners, sometimes equipped with transfer pumps to move fuel or oil from one tank to another.
How to choose
Choice will depend on the nature of the cargo, tank capacity and configuration.
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