Confined Space Entry for Tank and Vessel Cleaning
Technology leads the way when it comes to solving the problem of safely and efficiently carrying out the cleaning of vessels and confined space entry.
Cleaning Managed Remotely or by Human Intervention
Because of the hazardous nature of confined space entry, we've developed a range of technologies and methods to safely clean tanks and vessels whether remotely or by human intervention. Many industries, including the oil and gas sector, have an ongoing need for safe cleaning of tanks and vessels. When muds, brines, sludges, sand, scale, waxes, sediment and other such deposits need removal, it's often the case that human intervention is still necessary; our trained operatives have access to the most technologically advanced equipment available to do the job.
Highly Trained Operatives and Proven Safety Procedures
Sureclean’s specially trained teams utilise proven procedures to manage the risks associated with tank cleaning and confined space entry for industries both onshore and offshore. Combined with Sureclean’s Safe System of Work, this ensures all projects are safely and successfully completed.
Investing in Safety
Sureclean has invested heavily in breathing apparatus and equipment to ensure an absolute ‘fail safe’ operational methodology. The integrity of the primary air supply is constantly monitored by the standby man via the purification unit and/or breathing apparatus trolley. In the unlikely event that both of these systems failed the entrant is also equipped with an Escape set to ensure safe exit from the situation. Safety and quality have top priority in everything we do.
Specialist Confined Space Entry Equipment
An integrated range of specialist equipment has been assembled to maximise efficiency and minimise risk. Sureclean uses the latest technology in gas monitors, including portable multi-gas meters to monitor and display up to four gases simultaneously. Typically the carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S) toxic sensors are used, but these can be changed in the event that a specific risk assessment identifies the potential of an alternative toxic hazard. Added safety features in this system include ultra bright alarm lights and a powerful audible alarm,which coupled with a periodic green flash and bleep provide users with the confidence that monitoring is always in operation and alarms are never missed. In the case of noisy environments vibrating alarms are used.
Our air purification units are used to treat compressed air and bring it up to breathing air quality. In operation, an air purity analyser is deployed to verify that air quality is kept within specification.