Scanjet Systems offers complete, automated, advanced tank cleaning systems for the oil and petrochemical sectors. Our systems will fully clean all the storage tanks while remediating the solids, rendering them less than 5% oil-on-solids as measured by a retort; in many cases even less than 2%.
System 2546-04-PID is a portable or fixed tank cleaning system designed for use in the Offshore Drilling Environment. This system can run up to 6 or more tank cleaning nozzles at a time at ambient temperatures and allow for chemical injection where needed. Solids separation for this skid is via a duplex strainer with a filtration media of 200 micron. When cleaning mud pits, additional solids separation equipment is recommended in the form of shakers and/or hydrocyclones.
CIP System 3087 is a skid mounted Clean In Place (CIP) System. It is explosion proof according to ATEX and is a multi-tank design.
CIP System 3106 is a modular system that includes the pumping and control skid along with a solids separation system that uses weir separation technology along with in-process transfer of solids. System 3106 is designed for the cleaning of tanks where moderate to high solids loading is expected. Typical applications are…
• Cleaning of Drilling Mud Tanks
• Cleaning of Crude Oil Storage Tanks
• Cleaning of Product Storage Tank
CIP System 3106 can be stacked with the solids separation system residing on the top of the control and pump module to reduce the footprint required at the cleaning site or the modules can be placed separately at ground level. Connection to the tanks to be cleaned can be hard piped or by means of using flexible hoses.
Model 2571 is a Crude Oil Washing system that is designed to clean large hydrocarbon storage tanks with solvents, water, and chemistry solutions such as our proprietary microemulsion chemistries. Scanjet Model 2571 has the capability to create a recirculation loop within the tank to be cleaned via the selected tank cleaning machines thus dislodging and mixing the tank bottoms to be carried away via the return pump system to our proprietary solids separation system where the fluid stream is reduced of solids to less than 300 micron.
The solids fraction is discharged to holding bins for further treatment or disposal and the aqueous phase is returned to the tank skids for continued recirculation in the tanks to be cleaned until all solids are removed from the tank. Our oil/water separation skid can be engaged for side stream polishing of the aqueous stream thus reducing the oil in water fraction for remediation of the fluid streams and recovery of the oil or microemulsion chemistries can be used for a more complete recovery of the oil and remediation of the solids. The required heat source is supplied via our boiler skid and power is supplied via our power generation skid. Tanks are inerted with our Nitrogen Gas skid. Each skid frame is uniquely designed for on land and offshore use. The majority of the system is PLC controlled from the primary pump skid and connection to other skids are via an RJ45 data highway.