Depending on the location and environment, fin-type heat exchangers and coolers can become quickly dirty. Industrial dust, pollen and other influences result in constant deposits forming, with a negative effect on function and efficiency – and thereby not least on your budget!
The accumulation of dirt on an air-cooled condenser or liquid cooler forms an insulation layer, reduces energy efficiency and therefore increases the costs of power, maintenance and service. Additionally, the corrosion of the fins results in a reduction in the service life of your device.
Our solution: JetMaster – new!
JetMaster, the patent-protected process for the intensive cleaning of sensitive fin surfaces. JetMaster acts gently and yet extremely powerfully. High performance nozzles bring compressed air and small quantities of pre-treated water to supersonic
speed at low pressure.
It is also possible to clean sensitive surfaces such as soft coatings, graphite, glass, films, etc, intensively and without damage. The gentle jet penetrates deep into the device, without bending the fine fins or damaging them. Dirt particles are gently yet effectively detached from the surface by means of cavitation, and borne away by the nozzle jet. Coarse particles of dirt, familiar with the use of high pressure cleaners, are largely eliminated.
For extensive cleaning mycon GmbH has developed JetPower. JetPower enables fast cleaning of large-area and heavily contaminated finned heat exchangers as well as glass and façade surfaces of any kind. The new system combination JetPower & JetMaster whose stream footprint can be up to one meter, even cleans large surfaces cost-efficiently. This system also uses compressed air and water without chemicals.
ControlMaster – the new, self-learning, continuous, digital measurement method of mycon GmbH
In the area of finned heat exchangers determination to reduce energy costs is often difficult. Investigation of energy cost savings based on differential pressure or temperature values are usually not suited for determining the actual condition of the system and rarely lead to useful results.
Possible savings can be accurately detected with the continuous digital measurement method “ControlMaster”. The contamination state is determined accurately based on several recorded parameters. Cleaning costs are included.
The incurred cleaning costs and the estimated investment payback period as necessary values for determining the cleaning time are recorded. In order to adjust and determine the optimal cleaning time in the most economical and ecological way, the digital permanent measurement method “ControlMaster” compares the energy costs, which increase steadily during the runtime of the heat exchanger, to the cleaning costs.
Significant energy savings of up to 30% can be achieved with regular cleaning of heat exchangers. This process can be executed in a much more targeted and optimized way thanks to the new data acquisition system “ControlMaster”.