During the operation, the fins & tubes of the main engine air cooler which become fouled with oil, grease, dust and carbonaceous deposit , which will affect cooler efficiency and damage the system.
Atleast for 2 Hrs deep COOLER PARTS in to AIR COOLER CLEANER emulsion tank. The product should be heated to approx. 50°C and agitation provided with an air line. Then drain off and flush well with water, followed by drying with an air line.
Some designs of cooler can be circulated ‘in situ’. In this case a pump tank and pipe system is fitted permanently or connections are provided for connecting a temporary circuit. The system should be filled with AIR COOLER CLEANER circulation carried out for 2 – 4 hours at a temperature of upto 50°C. After cleaning the cooler should be thoroughly flushed with fresh water and dried with an air line.
Note: Both cleaning methods benefit from heat of up to 50°C and cleaning times can be reduced or extended dependant on temperature and degree of fouling.
For effective cleaning of air coolers, scavenging air systems and turbo chargers of diesel engines.
3 to 5 litres of cleaning solution per square meter or as table below:
Engine HP. Solution of RXSOL 009
6,000 to 12,000 2 to 3 litre
12,000 to 24,000 4 to 5 litre
24,000 or more 5 to 6 litre
In General : Depending upon contamination 10-25% with fresh water.
OPTIONAL : Dependant on design, the cooler is flooded with AIR COOLER CLEANER immersed in a tank full of product.
1. It is a powerful solvent emulsion cleaner for cleaning of diesel engine air coolers, scavenging air systems and
2. ACC-009 is a liquid compound consisting of specific corrosion inhibitors , to prtect SOFT METAL
Field :: – AHU, FCU, Air Conditioners, Car Condenser and Radiator, Air Cooled Chillers, Air Cooled Condensers, Air Cooler Tube Bundle etc.
It has self foaming characteristics which starts immediate foaming when it comes in contact with dirt, enabling excellent penetration of the product into the coils for complete cleaning that instantly shows multiple increase of CFM/Air Velocity.
Note: This article uses material from the http://rxmarine.com/