EKOZUB Sp. z o.o. conducts it activities in the energy sector and many other industries. Our main customers are power plants, combined heat and power plants, and industrial facilities. We specialise in building cleaning systems for heating surfaces of boilers and heat exchangers in contact with the flue gas. We solve operational issues connected with the solid fuel suspension and in slag and ash discharge systems, also with the application of the shockwave technology. Our installations provide our customers with tangible economic effects – the quantities of the fuel burned get reduced and equipment availability is boosted. Our cleaning systems when integrated in the equipment eliminate the need of cumbersome manual cleaning of heat exchange surfaces.
The features that make the GFU-24/8 shockwave generators cleaning systems stand out amongst other broadly used solutions are as follows:
- Low compressed air consumption,
- System safety due to the use of air or another inert gas as a medium,
- The installation does not require large buffer containers,
- No mechanical damage to the pressure part,
- No damage to the brickwork,
- Generators can be integrated with no need for additional structures or platforms,
- Low operating costs,
- Can be integrated in the cocurrent and countercurrent flow towards the stream of contaminated gases,
- High cleaning efficiency,
- Guaranteed effectiveness of surface cleaning,
- No need to extend existing compressor rooms,
- Applied pressure in the range from 6.5 bar to 9.5 bar,
- Able to meet relevant noise standards,
- Can be installed in high temperature areas,
- Hassle-free operation even in the toughest conditions, such as high dust levels, high temperatures, operation exposed to weather conditions, operation of a generator fully immersed in water,
- Tangible economic effects – increased efficiency of heat exchangers from 2 to 5% per annum,
- Extended operation of boilers, heat exchangers, and installations with integrated cleaning systems,
- Innovative option of integrating the GFU 24/8 generator on the side of the combustion gas inlet from the furnace.
Currently, ca. 700 shockwave generators successfully solve operational issues in over 200 facilities in Poland and abroad. The first installation was assembled in 2009 and it has been operating with great efficiency to date.