Dry Ice Blast Cleaning Services for Frac Pump Radiators and Heat Transfer Equipment

With the record heat wave headed to the southern region (Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana), keeping critical units running at peak performance requires radiator cooled equipment to perform at an optimum level. Otherwise, you may experience frac pump radiator failure and overheating.

Having the right service partner with experience in the field of Heat Transfer modules is as important as the equipment. Interstate Carbonics has years of experience working with frac pump radiators and heat exchangers. We understand how to operate around this machinery, making us an ideal choice for your industrial cleaning needs.

Interstate Carbonics offers frac pump radiator cleaning services as well as heat exchanger cleaning services throughout the nation. An unclean frac pump radiator or heat exchanger can experience fouling and eventually failure. Our specialized methods clean your machines without damaging your equipment. There is also little to no need to disassemble them because we use dry ice blasting. Our cleaning services decrease the possibility of radiator and heat exchanger failure and overheating. A clean machine produces desired results on a more consistent basis.

Dry ice blasting is a reliable and safe way to effectively clean industrial machinery. It can remove the toughest stains and grime without damaging the radiators. Cleanup is easier with dry ice blasting; the dry ice turns into gas upon impact, so there is no liquid to clean up.

Preventive maintenance is not something that anyone can afford to neglect or ignore. This can cost you and your business in the long run. Problems don’t go away on their own; they will get worse with time and shut you down. Our frac pump radiator and heat exchanger cleaning services keep your machines operating at a high level.

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Contact Interstate Carbonic Enterprise today to speak with an industry expert and choose the best cleaning solution for your application.

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  • What is dry ice blasting?

    Dry ice blasting is similar to sandblasting, bead blasting, or soda blasting where a media is accelerated in a pressurized air stream (or other inert gas) to impact and clean a surface.

  • How does the process work?

    Unlike other blast media, dry ice has a temperature of -109°F (-78.3°C). Because of the temperature difference between the dry ice particles and the surface being treated, thermal shock occurs during the process of dry ice blasting. This causes a breakdown of the bond between two dissimilar materials.

  • What happens to the contaminate?

    Contaminants can be dry, wet, hard or soft. Dry contaminates will break up into small chips and can be swept up or vacuumed. If the particles are large enough, they do not become airborne. If the contaminate is wet, such as grease or oils, the stream will move or push the liquid away much like a high pressure water stream would, except that the surface where the contaminate was will be dry and clean. To prevent redeposition, the operator should work in a methodical way, from the top down.