What is the downtime of a tank when using automated cleaning technology?

When you convert from manual to automated cleaning methods, you reduce tank cleaning by weeks or even months.

Having a tank out of service for an extended period of time while it is cleaned, inspected and maintained is a significant burden on the economic and logistic balance of your plant.

The duration of the tank cleaning process, on the other hand, can vary greatly depending on the method of cleaning. Fully automated tank cleaning systems significantly reduce preventilation, mobilisation and actual cleaning times. Consequently, the potential is excellent to minimise overall tank downtime by carefully selecting the tank cleaning method.

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Oreco A/S has acquired the company Entecx Environmental Technologies ApS. With the acquisition Oreco consolidates and further advances its position as world-leader and preferred supplier of Automated Tank Cleaning and Oil Separation Technologies to the global oil and gas industry.

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