Automated Tank Cleaning Technology




Mechanized cleaning technology that uses cleaning medium
such as oil/water for cleaning tanks at a certain temperature,
pressure, and rate of flow. Sediments from the tank are being
blended, break down, and dissolved, while hydrocarbons
(from sludge) are recycled.


Circulation and transferring Unit:

  • Vacuum suction system

  • Circulation Pumping System

  • Heat Exchanging System

  Cleaning medium (Oil /Water) that penetrates into the Vacuum suction
system, then into circulation pumping system allows it to increases the pressure
and rate of flow. Subsequently, followed by a heat exchange system that
heats up the cleaning medium, where it breaks and dissolve the sediments
for a number of circulations till the tanks are ready to be clean.


Steam and Inert Gas Generator:

  • Soft Water System

  • Boiler System

  • Exhaust Cooling

  • Purifying System

  Soft water System softens the water before it enters into boiler system
for heating process. Heat from the boiler system will eventually produce
steam, which acts as a heat source for cleaning of tanks. On the other
hand, gas that passed down from the boiler, gets into the exhaust cooling
and purifying system for filtration once it cools down

Oil/Water Seperator:

  • Oil/Water separating device

  • Boiler System

  • Oil skimmer

  Steam from Oil/water separating device increases the temperature of
the water, which serve as a necessary component in the whole cleaning
process. While oil skimmer separates oil from water respectively.


Central Control Unit:

It acts as a control terminal, as well as a gas detector of the whole system.
With its positive pressure tolerance, central control unit is appropriate in
inflammable working environment.



Power and Control Unit:

  • Air Supply Distribution Room

  • Central Control Room

  It is able to transfer heavy charge towards the entire operation system
from the air distribution room. As well as a central control room that
controls the whole system.