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Boiler Tube Dry Ice Blasting Services

By Jessie West | April 24 2023

What Is Industrial Boiler Tube Cleaning? Industrial boiler tube cleaning aims to safely remove all deposits from inside the boiler tubes. In higher-pressure boilers, copper and magnetite are removed. Hard adherent scales like calcium carbonate are generally removed in low-pressure boilers. Alkaline cleaning solutions composed of a surfactant and trisodium phosphate are often employed before […]

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The Importance of HRSG Cleaning

By Jessie West | April 3 2023

The heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) is an integral component in power plants, acting as an exchanger that recovers heat from the exhaust gases of turbines and powering steam turbines. The importance of HRSG cleaning is great. Cleaning your HRSG with dry ice blasting helps improve operation efficiency, increase system longevity and reduce long-term costs. […]

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The HRSG Cleaning Process

By Jessie West | March 31 2023

Your heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) should operate efficiently to boost plant operations. A thorough cleaning can help prevent fouling, optimize performance and increase the longevity of your system. Environmental Alternatives, Inc. (EAI) can help with the HRSG cleaning process, improving your performance levels, decreasing replacement and long-term maintenance costs, and reducing downtime.   How […]

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What is Industrial Cleaning?

By Jessie West | November 29 2022

Industrial cleaning is the process of removing hazards and contaminants from surfaces and equipment in industrial settings. Learn more about industrial cleanup services and the ways you can benefit from choosing professional services from Environmental Alternatives, Inc.   What Are Industrial Cleaning Services? Industrial cleaning services are a range of capabilities that maintain or restore […]

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Nuclear Decommissioning Transition

By Jessie West | October 21 2022

Nuclear Decommissioning Transition When a company decides to close its nuclear power plant, the site must go through a decommissioning process. This transition from operation to closure safely removes the plant from service and reduces residual radioactivity, protecting the environment from exposure and allowing the property to be used for other purposes.   The Importance […]

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Industrial Cooling Tower Cleaning and Maintenance

By Jessie West | August 17 2022

Cooling Tower Cleaning and Maintenance Your HRSG, also known as a heat recovery steam generator or a cooling tower, is a vital part of your company’s operations. Whether you work in the production of metal, cement, paper, pharmaceuticals or something else, you know you can’t get it done without this equipment. However, the longer you […]

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Types of HRSG Cleaning Services

By Jessie West | August 12 2022

HRSG Cleaning Methods Your HRSG boiler is a vital cog in your power plant machine. It helps you be more productive, which allows you to make more money. When it’s not running as efficiently as possible, you notice. The issue could be as simple as the machine needing some basic maintenance and cleaning to get […]

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How Does Dry Ice Cleaning Work?

By Jessie West | July 13 2022

  Dry ice blasting, also known as CO2 blasting, can be a fitting choice for cleaning applications in your industry. It gets the job done as efficiently and quickly as other cleaning methods you may use. It also doesn’t create any secondary waste, meaning you have fewer materials to dispose of afterward. Learn more about […]

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Benefits of Dry Ice Blasting

By Jessie West | July 5 2022

  Dry ice blasting is a process for cleaning areas and various equipment, such as heat recovery steam generators (HRSG), by using CO2 pellets. The dry ice cleaning method works by shooting a pressurized stream of these pellets at about 75 to 1,000 feet per second at impurities. Instead of chiseling away the contaminants like […]

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Shipping Radioactive Material

By Jessie West | February 21 2022

The Department of Transportation (DOT), Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) and the Department of Energy (DOE) establish packaging and labeling guidelines for shipments containing radioactive materials. These regulations protect the public and the environments that a nuclear spill could adversely impact. Whether you’re shipping radioactive materials for medicine, manufacturing, research, power generation or military use, it’s […]

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