acidic cleaning product News

  • Heat exchanger blockages eliminated and acid cleaning no longer required

    Kaish Foods is one of the oldest food Companies in Jordan, established in 1926. The water in Amman the capital of Jordan is hard with the impact that the shell and tube heat exchanger in the Tetra-Pak machine used become increasingly inefficient and then after 500 hours of operation would become blocked with scale and the production process would have to be stopped whilst the heat exchanger was ...

  • Acid cleaning of scale caused by hard water eliminated in Peru

    Rico Pollo is a large chicken processing factory in Peru, South America. Feed water for the processing plant has a hardness level of 280 mg/l (ppm). The plant already had a York Ammonia condenser for the refrigeration facility but was continuously having to acid clean the condenser tubes to remove scaling caused by calcium in the water this had damaged them so much it made the condenser ...

  • Outotec to deliver gas cleaning and sulfuric acid plant technology to Uzbekistan

    OUTOTEC OYJ  PRESS RELEASE, JULY 18, 2011 AT 12.30 PM Outotec to deliver gas cleaning and sulfuric acid plant technology to Uzbekistan ...


    By Outotec Oyj

  • Sulfuric acid manufacturer agrees to spend US$30m to resolve clean air violations

    Mosaic Fertilizer will spend approximately $30 million on air pollution controls that are expected to eliminate harmful emissions from sulfuric acid production plants in Uncle Sam, La., and Mulberry, Fla., the Justice Department and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced.  The company will also pay a civil penalty of $2.4 million to resolve alleged Clean Air Act violations. Under a ...

  • Univar announces deal with K2 Pure Solutions to market and distribute new production of hydrochloric acid

     Univar Inc., a leading global chemical distributor, announced today it has signed an agreement with long-standing partner, K2 Pure Solutions (K2 Pure) to market and distribute hydrochloric acid (HCL). K2 Pure was one of the first manufacturers to create and deploy the cutting-edge process known as Inherently-Safe ...


    By Univar

  • Global Markets for Oleochemical Fatty Acids Research Report

    ReportsnReports announces a new report on Chemicals Category “Global Markets for Oleochemical Fatty Acids” updated recently to its vast collection of research database. This study is focused on the natural––based fatty acid industry, which is part of the wider oleochemical industry.  The natural based fatty acid industry has been a workhorse in the chemical industry ...


  • A greener kind of metal cleaning

    A new ASTM International standard covers an environmentally friendly way to clean and coat metals used in industries such as aerospace, biomedical, energy and more. This standard will soon be published as A1093, Specification for Electrolytic Plasma Treatment Processing of Conductive Materials. The standard eliminates the need to use acids in cleaning while providing an approach for depositing a ...


    By ASTM International

  • Clean Coal Is Available Now

    Balancing energy costs with environmental goals is becoming increasingly difficult, but there are a number of promising opportunities which will make the achievement of this balance possible. These opportunities are analyzed by the McIlvaine Company in its Power Plant Air Quality Decisions service. The reality is that 50 percent of U.S. power is being produced in coal-fired plants. These ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Micro-bubble cleaning

    Genesol 703, our high ionic strength powder cleaner, has rapidly become our biggest selling cleaning product. It is particularly effective against clay and biofilm, which are notoriously difficult to clean. The product uses a unique cleaning mechanism, disrupting layered biofilm and clay at the membrane surface. This occurs via normal osmosis of water, drawn by the high ionic strength of the ...

  • The quiet clean mining revolution

    Few industries have got the black eye, literally and metaphorically, of mining. After centuries of environmental effects ranging from toxic emissions to unsightly tailings ponds, acid mine drainage, massive energy consumption and other impacts, mining is slowly cleaning up its act. Why? Mostly because new clean technologies are increasing industrial efficiencies. They're lowering mining ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Improving clean in place technology

    Clean-in-place (CIP) is used in beverage bottling to clean syrup and water lines for a variety of reasons including flavor carryover prevention and microbial control. CIP also eliminates organic residues like precipitated proteins, carbohydrates, fats, minerals and other contaminants that harbor bacteria and may lead to microbial induced corrosion (MIC). Older, more traditional methods of CIP ...


    By MIOX Corporation

  • Cleaning Solutions for the Food Industry

    IPC offers a full line of precision concentrated cleaners that are effective in a wide range of critical cleaning applications. An economical 1-2% concentration in water is effective for most cleaning applications.  Typical uses include removing protein, starch, grease, fat, gum, oil and baked on soil from processing equipment, lines, tanks and filter memrbanes.  Our line of cleaners ...

  • Analytical Technology Introduces Peracetic Acid Monitor for Effective Control of Disinfection Systems

    Saddleworth, UK (October 23, 2009) Specialist electrochemical sensor manufacturer Analytical Technology Inc (ATi) announces the launch of the Q45/85 Peracetic Acid Monitor. Peracetic acid (PAA) is an extremely strong oxidiser that is employed in a wide range of industries for the disinfection of systems and equipment. Analytical Technology’s new Peracetic Acid Monitor enables on-line ...

  • Acid Maker Must Spend $50 Million to Cut Air Pollution

    WASHINGTON, DC (ENS) - Sulfuric acid manufacturer Rhodia Inc. will pay a $2 million penalty and spend $50 million on air pollution controls at eight production plants in four states, to resolve allegations that the company violated the federal Clean Air Act. The pollution controls are expected to reduce harmful emissions from company production plants in Texas, Louisiana, ...

  • Sulfuric acid manufacturers agree to reduce air pollution at facilities

    Three manufacturers of sulfuric acid have agreed to spend at least $12 million on air pollution controls that are expected to eliminate more than 3,000 tons of harmful emissions annually from six production plants in Louisiana, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, and the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Justice Department announced today.  Chemtrade ...

  • Organic soils continue to acidify despite reduction in acidic deposition

    Following the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1970 and 1990 acidic deposition in North America has declined significantly since its peak in 1973. Consequently, research has shifted from studying the effects of acidic deposition to the recovery of these aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. Regional-scale studies have focused primarily on aquatic systems and while many of these ecosystems are showing ...

  • Acid Manufacturer Will Spend $50 Million to Reduce Air Pollution

    (Washington, D.C.) Acid manufacturer Rhodia Inc. will pay a $2 million penalty and spend approximately $50 million on air pollution controls at eight production plants in four states across the country, to resolve allegations that the company violated the Clean Air Act. The pollution controls are expected to reduce harmful emissions from its production plants in Texas, Louisiana, California and ...

  • Pure Energy Corporation Forms Joint Venture with Green Star Products, Inc. and Bio-Clean Fuels, Inc. to Undertake Integrated Biofuels Production

    Green Star International, Inc., a Joint venture between Pure Energy Corporation, Green Star Products, Inc., and Bio-Clean Fuels, Inc., to Build Multiple Biorefineries in the United States and Internationally for the Integrated Production of Biodiesel, Cellulosic-Ethanol and Higher-Value Chemicals from Waste Renewable Resources. PARAMUS, NEW JERSEY (PRWEB) July 6, 2006 -- Pure Energy ...


    By Pure Energy Corporation

  • Complying with emissions regulations: calculating the acid plume from ships’ desulphurisation equipment

    Marine diesel contains sulphur compounds, which generate sulphur oxide (SOx) pollution and acid rain. Ships can use mitigating technologies to reduce their SOx emissions, but these can also have a negative environmental impact. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) introduced stringent legislation to control these, aspects of which are incorporated into EU policy. This study examined the ...

  • CupriDyne Clean Industrial Odor Control Products Introduced at WasteExpo 2016 June 7-9

    Odor-No-More, Inc., will exhibit its new industrial odor control products at WasteExpo 2016. CupriDyne Clean is winning customers with its unsurpassed performance and free trial program. Joseph Provenzano, President of Odor-No-More stated, “Leaders in the waste industry asked us to bring our award-winning technology to market to eliminate odors where ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

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