CUT THE HEATING COSTS BY CLEANING YOUR FAN HEATERS
You started heating your workshop but your workers are still cold? The main cause of inefficient heating are stubborn dirt deposits on the heat exchanger fins, which hinder free flow of air through the fan heater. Cleaning the fan heaters with dry snow is an ideal solution.
By cleaning your heaters with dry snow, we can reduce your heating costs by up to 40%. Dry snow does not damage the fan heaters and is 100% efficient in removing dirt from the heat exchanger fins. The dirt acts as an insulator and is the main cause of your ever-increasing heating costs.
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ADVANTAGES OF CLEANING FAN HEATERS WITH DRY SNOW COMPARED TO OTHER TECHNIQUES:
- disassembly of heat exchangers/fan heaters is not required,
- it is a non-abrasive process that does not damage the heating fins,
- the cleaning process does not contaminate the building, equipment or production site, and it causes no secondary waste (water, cleaning agents),
- cleaning does not interfere with your production process.
Fan heaters or heat exchangers are often used for space heating in industrial halls, workshops or warehouses. To maintain their optimal efficiency during the heating season, they need to be cleaned at least every 3 years.
This significantly contributes to better utilization of thermal energy. At the same time, it provides for safe working conditions, as the layers of dirt on the heat exchangers pose a significant fire risk.
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Several examples of cleaned fan heaters are presented. We inspected some of them with a thermal imaging camera. The images before and after cleaning show an obvious difference in the thermal efficiency of the fan heaters.
HOW DOES DRY SNOW CLEANING WORK?
Fan heaters are cleaned at the customer’s site with machines that convert dry ice into dry snow during operation. The difference between dry ice and dry snow is in the size of the blast medium. Dry ice in the form of pellets 1.7 to 3 mm in size is used to clean the most stubborn dirt. We clean more demanding and sensitive surfaces with crushed dry ice, i.e. dry snow. Particles of dry snow measure 0.2 to 1.6 mm, in this case allowing us to clean deep in the slots of the honeycomb structure.
WE EFFICIENTLY CLEAN EVEN THE MOST SENSITIVE ELEMENTS SUCH AS:
- all types of heat exchangers
- refrigeration system compressor stations
- fan heaters
- cooling towers
- heating coils/fins, radiators
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Gallery: Cleaning fan heaters with dry snow
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