Low Pressure Water Cleaning

Definition - What does Low Pressure Water Cleaning mean?

Low pressure water cleaning refers to the removal of buildup, dust, dirt or any other unwanted material from a surface by applying water via a supply system with an operating pressure of less than 30 MPa. The removal of buildup in piping systems helps prevent crevice corrosion.

The process is also known as hydrocleaning.

Corrosionpedia explains Low Pressure Water Cleaning

Low pressure water cleaning refers to a variety of water applications used for surface improvement. It includes spraying, flushing, dipping, rubbing or spreading.

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