Cleaning tanks is an important industrial process. No matter what you are storing, over time sediment and sludge will collect in the bottom of the tank which can create problems with industrial operations. It is also essential that tanks are cleaned thoroughly when decommissioning a tank prior to its dismantling or when the substance stored in the tank is changed.
This is a complicated process at the best of times, but is made more complicated by the stringent health and safety regulations which come into effect when working in confined spaces or working with dangerous substances.
Water Jetting is often the best choice for tank cleaning and is particularly appropriate for tanks used to store various types of hazardous chemicals, acids, fuels and agricultural products.
This technology involves using water jets with a pressure of more than 2000 psi, so the cleaning is conducted to an extremely high standard. Furthermore, the water can be heated or combined cleaning chemicals, which makes Water Jetting particularly effective for a diverse range of cleaning processes.
Our Water Jetting process includes the use of a vacuum system to collect all of the water and sediment which is produced as a by-product of the water jet cleaning. This prevents any contamination of both the tank and the environment. This is not only good business, but is actively required by the most up to date safety regulations.
Corejet has more than 35 years of experience in carrying out potentially hazardous industrial work. Our operatives are highly trained and have CSCS accreditation, and we rigorously enforce best practice with regards to health and safety. Our clients are assured that we work to the highest standards and ensure that every precaution is taken to protect the wellbeing of both our personnel and the wider environment.
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