Views: 108 Author: China xicheng Publish Time: 2021-04-09 Origin: China xicheng
Wet scrubber maintenance
If you are using a wet scrubber, you will occasionally need to do some substantial protection work. These maintenance missions require a lot more funding, and they have been planned ahead of schedule. They are presented at most every few years. You can call these contributions the preventive maintenance of the program.
A turnover is a significant form of preventive maintenance items in the program. These projects are larger preventive maintenance tasks, such as the renovation of factories. They can ensure safe operation, optimal functionality, competitiveness, or compliance with regulations. After extensive planning and coordination in most factories, these projects are completed every few years. It is best to meet these projects during a relatively low production value period.
Many factories sometimes complete capital construction projects, which involve new construction, with the intention of improving or expanding capabilities or processes. These projects involve many funds, the planning is vast, and the turnover is generally not enough. These are not standardized funding or maintenance missions but switching projects that can significantly improve or expand the factory.
Maintenance item list
Before starting the scrubber, it is necessary to perform a complete maintenance check. Your pre-start scrubber maintenance checklist may look like this:
Check the pipeline for warpage, wear, corrosion, solid buildup, gaskets, and sliding joints.
Check whether the gas pretreatment equipment is corroded, whether there is solid accumulation, oil sump sludge, gaskets, valve operation is regular, and nozzle conditions.
Check the scrubber for rust, accumulation, blockage, leakage, abrasion, scaling, nozzle condition, rigging condition, corrosion, sump sludge, abrasion, wear, and pipeline condition.
Check the demister for wear, blockage, leakage, regular valve operation, wear, corrosion, rust, pitting, pipeline condition, and nozzle condition.
Check whether the demister media has accumulated, and determine if any press needs to be cleaned or replaced.
Check whether the calibration of the liquid treatment system is correct, whether the pH value is appropriate, whether the probe is accumulated, the corrosive storage tank's condition, whether the valve is operating normally, the accumulation of sludge, and the leakage of the pipeline.
Preventive maintenance records
Accurate, specific records are also a crucial part of tower maintenance best practices. Create a system for recording all the information in the inspection and maintenance work, and make these records organized and easy to visit.