Chemical Industry

Cleaning tasks in the chemical industry are making basic, increasingly complex demands in the context of maintenance and servicing of production plants. The variety of different substances and their different properties can create problems in storage and transport, especially where substances are converted, treated, stored or transported.

WOMA high-pressure cleaning solutions for the chemical industry

High-pressure water jetting technologies for almost all cleaning tasks in the chemical industry

Reactors and boilers, strainers and filters but also piping and heat exchangers are often inadequately cleaned in the chemical industry using conventional cleaning methods.
Depending on the type of contamination, this also applies to buildings, equipment and means of transport. With the state-of-the-art WOMA high-pressure pumps, ultra-high-pressure units and water jetting tools, reliable, tried and tested highly efficient products and cleaning methods are available. High-pressure water jetting is an extremely flexible technology with exceptional applications and the solution for almost all cleaning tasks in the chemical industry.


High-pressure applications for the Chemical Industry
General surface cleaning with high-pressure water

General parts and surface cleaning

Widely different surfaces and materials must be cleaned regularly so that continuous processes and safety are ensured during operation.

Mesh and filter cleaning

Mesh and filter cleaning

The functional capability of mesh and filters depends essentially on the state of their surfaces. They must therefore be constantly cleaned.

Heat Exchanger Cleaning

Heat exchanger cleaning

Stubborn deposits often form in heat exchangers. Clean surfaces are the basis here for efficient production processes.

Tank cleaning

Tank cleaning

Quick and thorough cleaning of tanks is necessary to disturb the production process as little as possible.

Pipe cleaning

Pipe cleaning

Pipes have important functions everywhere in industry. To fulfil these functions, their flow continuity must be ensured.