From daily or unforeseen cleaning activities to large-scale stops; modern equipment and properly trained employees enable Conservator to offer a complete range of cleaning methods.
Conservator provides the complete cleaning process; from analysis, consultancy and planning to execution and evaluation. Each project takes place in close consultation with the customer, using acceptance reports and waste flow guidance notes.
Conservator also has an extensive and varied range of state-of-the-art equipment in order to be able to perform all types of cleaning activities at our clients as well as possible.
Wall thickness measurements
Performance of wall thickness measurements for membrane walls and bundles by means of 3D scan equipment. When using this method, the complete surface is mapped out in detail.
Pressure vacuum methods are used for sucking up and/or blowing both dry, wet and pasty substances (fluids, sludge and product residues).
Cleaning of boiler components by means of controlled explosive charges. These methods are used while the boiler is operational, but also as safety cleaning when the installation is out of operation.
By deploying dust removal units, it is possible to keep (enclosed) spaces such as tanks, e-filters, boiler rooms, sheds free from dust and maintain vacuum.
Cleaning of air coolers and air fin banks
Cleaning of air coolers and air fin banks by means of an automated high pressure cleaning system provided with independently moving high pressure nozzles on a made to measure rail system.
Chemical technical cleaning
Chemical technical cleaning is the removal of unwanted matter on surfaces of technical installations (internal or external) through the action of chemicals.
High and low pressure water
The solution for effectively removing contamination and scale in hard to reach and sensitive parts of the installation, after which the uptime and efficiency of your installation increases.
Removal of hard contamination or pre-treatment of solid surfaces by means of various shot blasting techniques.