Chemical cleaning of heat exchangers Chemical cleaning of heat exchangers Saqib khan (Chemical) (OP) 24 May 17 10:15 Could anyone tell about the calculations used in chemical cleaning of heat exchangers? RE: Chemical cleaning of heat exchangers MortenA (Petroleum) 24 May 17 11:43 Q=U*A*dt RE: Chemical cleaning of heat exchangers EdStainless (Materials) 24 May 17 13:58 Whick part? Heat generation? time to dissolve scale? amount of chemicals required? Call an expert, there are service companies that do this work. It isn't for amateurs. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = P.E. Metallurgy, Plymouth Tube RE: Chemical cleaning of heat exchangers mk3223 (Mechanical) 24 May 17 15:58 Try ONYX link: http://visia.com/flashgallery/Sites/OIS/AboutOnyx.... RE: Chemical cleaning of heat exchangers Terrifyingtesttube (Chemical) 24 May 17 17:56 The manufacturer should be able to provide a recommended cleaning flow rate for the exchanger, while a company that supplies cleaning chemicals should be able to suggest the chemicals to use (depending on the type of fouling, and gasket/exchanger material). RE: Chemical cleaning of heat exchangers Rocco8 (Chemical) 1 Jun 17 16:26 Consider the fluidized bed heat exchanger which is a self cleaning heat exchanger. See http://rccostello.com/klaren.html If you are down once per month for cleaning this may be a possible answer to your problem.