Using high pressure water blasting WOMA products are the ideal tool for all tasks of industrial cleaning and industrial maintenance.
Widely different surfaces and materials must be cleaned regularly so that continuous processes and safety are ensured during operation.
Primary aim of any concrete renovation is to remove the damaged positions without damaging the surrounding material or steel reinforcement. In contrast to a pneumatic hammer, whose force application goes deep into the joint and is transferred far into the building, the WOMA high-pressure water jets are very local and targeted on the position to be treated.
In all areas of decontamination, WOMA ultra high pressure technology, e.g. remove deep surface contamination, is employed to remove specific layers, to clean buildings and equipment affected, washing out contamination.
High pressure water jetting enables and extremely careful and controlled removal of coatings, impurities and deposits without damaging the base material.
The effective removal of scale in the hot rolling of steel is of decisive importance for material quality. Hydrodynamic treatment using high-pressure water jets has proved to be an ideal method for descaling.
A large variety of materials must be cleaned, derusted, decoated and cut under the most extreme conditions and in a very confined space.
High-pressure water jetting ensures the best possible cleaning effect of all processes for surface treatment. The residual concentrations of salt, chloride and other substances are minimal.
A clean, professional shuttering is of vital importance for the quality of concrete surfaces. To ensure that no undesirable pores, shrink holes and cavities occur, the shuttering must be cleaned regularly and examined for damaged areas.
In rotary kilns for cement production, deposits are formed during the combustion process that are baked onto the fireclay brickwork, so reducing efficiency.
Pipes have important functions everywhere in industry. To fulfil these functions, their flow continuity must be ensured.
The functional capability of strainers and filters depends essentially on the state of their surfaces. They must therefore be constantly cleaned.
Quick and thorough cleaning of tanks is necessary to disturb the production process as little as possible.
High-pressure water jetting is recommended, and even specified in some cases, in almost all relevant construction regulations and guidelines as a method for preparation of surfaces. In addition to technical benefits, environmental compatibility and economic efficiency speak in favour of using WOMA high-pressure water jet technology.
Stubborn deposits often form in heat exchangers. Clean surfaces are the basis here for efficient production processes.