The basic principle of SONIC CLEANING is to create a sound wave with an energy level exceeding the forces that tend to make particles suspended in a gas flow to adhere to each other and surrounding surfaces, i.e. preventing build up by breaking up the particles before they form a hard layer. The cleaning result is achieved by activating one or more sound emitters at intervals and frequencies to suit to the specific conditions in the exhaust funnel uptake.
The choice of Sonic Cleaning offers many advantages. Sonic Cleaning is a very cost-effective method for keep internal surfaces clean. • The favourable economy is evident in low investment costs. • Using a continuous process for cleaning enhances more efficient heat exchange in the long term, which also results in better environmental characteristics. • The method of sonic cleaning works continuously during host operation. • The system will reduce/replace manual water washing. • Prevent stack fires • Reduce smoke density peaks. • Sonic cleaning also provides constant, lower back pressure for the turbo charger.
Furthermore, boiler tube lifetime is prolonged considerably since the system unlike steam sootblowers operates dry. The reduction of soot accumulation is also important, and means no soot flakes on deck.