Several methods of cleaning pipeline can be incorporated into our work plans depending on pipeline constructions, product, and level of cleanliness desired. Listed below are some of our methods with a brief description of each.
This method of pipeline cleaning is accomplished by propelling low or high density, poly or wire brush “pigs” through a line with compressed air, inert gas, or the existing product within the system. The “pigs” can accomplish a wide variety of tasks including heavy scraping, liquid/solid removal, line drying, and pipeline inspections.
Flushing can be accomplished by pumping water into a line at a specified rate for product removal. Water can then by pumped, blown, or drained from the line.
This method utilizes a bi-directional nozzle to cut through build-up within the pipeline and move it towards the point of insertion for easy removal.