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Hydrokinetics

Proven, patented high-pressure cleaning processes for piping, tubes and process equipment

Introducing Hydrokinetics

Hydrokinetics is the process of using water under pressure to clean and remove blockages in pipes. It is a new, innovative, and safe method for cleaning pipework without the use of chemicals.

It uses high-pressure water which can be adjusted to the size of the pipe being cleaned. The system is designed to prevent any damage or wear on the pipe as it cleans it.

The system works by sending an ultrasonic wave into the pipe that creates sonic resonance in order to break up blockages and remove them from the inside of the pipework.

Hydrokinetic cleaning can be often be done at a faster rate of speed because it doesn’t require any scrubbing or scraping that could cause damage to pipes or other surfaces.

All of this makes hydrokinetics a fast, environmentally friendly way to clean pipes while also being safe for workers and customers alike.

Key features of Hydrokinetics

NO CHEMICALS

Clear blockages with nothing other than pressurised water and sonic pulses

WORKS WHEN OTHERS DO NOT

Can clear certain kinds of blockages where  traditional methods have failed 

LESS SPACE

Only a small amount of working area required 

SAFE

Sonic-wave technology pushes the foulant through the pipework away from operator

LESS TIME

More rapid setup and blockages cleared faster Vs. traditional hydro blasting methods 

LESS WATER

Save up to 800 gallons per hour Vs. traditional hydro blasting

IMPROVED WASTE HANDLING

Using less water means there is less water to recycle, handle or dispose of

LOWER COST

Reduced operator time, waste handling requirement and plant down time add up to significant savings

Hydrokinetics Applications

01

Solid Blockages

Sonic resonance vibrates foulant and pipework walls at different rates loosening solid blockages allowing water pressure to push blockage through the pipework

02

Biofilm & Scale

Millimetre thin Biofilm and Scale succumb to the same sonic resonance loosening the debris. The waste is then entrained in the water and ejected at the end of the pipework

 

03

Remote Blockages

Blockages can be cleared from deep within the length of pipework requiring no demolition works to gain closer access