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SOOT GONE™ - a Unique Online Soot Cleaning System
for Industrial Boilers, Heaters and Incinerators 

Soot Gone™ soot blower is based on detonation-pulse phenomenon and has been developed with deep understanding of detonation processes to keep your boiler clean and operating at full capacity and efficiently without disruption or downtime. Soot Gone™ has overcome the shortcomings of conventional on-line soot cleaning devices that today's market can offer.

The main highlight is the use of aerodynamic forces to provide high dynamic pressure instead of using  compressors or high pressure fuel gas cylinders. The Soot Gone™ system doesn't have pistons, sealings, and moving parts. There is no wear and tear which ensures high reliability and low maintenance costs.
There is no need to keep a huge amount of spare parts in stock, the cost of which can reach hundreds of thousands of dollars. 

 The Soot Gone™ system can be applicable in the following areas:

  • evaporators

  • economizers 

  • superheaters 

  • air preheaters

  • ducts 

  • hoppers 

  • chimneys

INSTALLATION OF SOOT GONE SYSTEM  ON THE BOILER
online soot,ash,slag cleaning boiler

 The Soot Gone™ system can be applicable for removal of sedimentation types:

  •  ash

  • soot

  • slag 

  • cement 

  • lime 

  • pigments 

  • additives 

  • fertilizers, etc.

 The Soot Gone™ system can be applicable in hard-to-reach areas and corrosive environments. 

The Soot Gone™ system is characterized by the following attractive features:

  • maximal efficiency compared to the conventional steam soot blowers, rappers, air-blowers, etc.;

  • no moving parts, hence very reliable with minimal maintenance;

  • small footprint;

  • flexible, easy and cheap installation, can be installed in arduous places;

  • necessary utilities: atmospheric air and low pressure (3 Bar) fuel gas (normally Methane or LPG);

  • no need for electrical or instrumentation cables along the boiler itself;

  • no need for huge service platforms installed on the structure of steam generators;

  • minimal operation cost ;

  • user-friendly;

  • safe for the pipes, structure, refractories of the boiler and any burning equipment;

  • safe for personnel and the environment;

  • meets safety codes and standards.

Soot Gone Procedure Animation
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Soot Gone™ System is similar to an octopus which has one head  and numerous tentacles.
 
The head of the Soot Gone™ is the control block (Flame Front Generator) and its tentacles are the numerous Pulse Generators that are stationary installed on the boiler.

 

The FFG is equipped with all the necessary instrumentation and can activate several pulse generators one after the other.

The Procedure of Soot Gone™  Cleaning Process

Soot Gone™ system installation on the boiler

Soot Gone™ system installation on the boiler

Filling the Pulse Generator No.1 with a gas-air  mixture provided by Front Flame Generator.

Stage 1:  Filling the Pulse Generator No.1 with a gas-air  mixture provided by Front Flame Generator.

SOOT GONE: Igniting the mixture and creating  the Flame Front.

Stage 2:  Igniting the mixture and creating  the Flame Front.

SOOR GONE

Stage 3:  Propagating the Flame Front through acceleration pipe to the  Pulse  Generator No.1

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Stage 4:  Creating the Pulse in the  Pulse Generator No.1

The Procedure of Soot Gone™  Cleaning Process

Stage 5:  Boiler cleaning by pulse wave.

These aforesaid steps are performed repeatedly for the next Pulse Generators. 

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