Frequently Asked Questions
The following are some of the most common questions asked by customers inquiring about FINFOAM. If you have other questions regarding FINFOAM, please don't hesitate to contact us.
A fire hydrant or one and one half inch water line is most effective for low pressure, high volume rinsing.
Approximately 30 minutes.
Typically, one hour per fan.
Two or three, depending on the size of the project.
We will need someone to turn off and lock tag the switches for each fan prior to cleaning.
Our EMR data is...
2005 - 0.98 0 recordables
2006 - 0.97 0 recordables
2007 - 0.96 0 recordables
2008 - 0.95 0 recordables
2009 - 0.94 0 recordables
2010 - 0.93 0 recordables
This depends greatly on just how dirty the fans are to begin with. If they haven't been cleaned in a long time you could expect a 40 to 60 degree temperature drop. If you clean them annually we typically get 15 to 30 degrees lower temps on the outlet. Often this is short lived because operations cranks up rates to maximize throughput and profits. Our record of 100 degrees increase in delta T was reported to us by an FCC process engineer in a refinery in the midwest.