Unit Cleaning & Decontamination
Strategic process with patented chemistry.
We offer an assortment of unit cleaning and decontamination services for the refinery, renewable diesel, and petrochemical industries.
We do it all, our team can handle multiple, full unit, battery limit, and even the most complex projects.
Our patented cleaning processes, mechanical enhancements, and experienced staff can help streamline shutdowns with added safety and efficiency.
Client Applied Program (CAP)
Our CAP (Client Applied Program) allows facilities to train and certify their employees on in situ performance improving cleaning applications for equipment with hydrocarbon fouling. We equip clients with the knowledge and chemistry required to successfully perform our patented Vaporganic® cleaning process and ensures optimal results.
The knowledge of the techs of the chemical cleaning process and the time taken to walk down the whole job and work closely with us to create a procedure and a timeline that was a great benefit to me as the planner of the shutdown!”
Our cleaning and decontamination methods don’t just have to clean up tough messes more easily, they also have to do it without adding any ecological threats. Here are three ways RTI makes that happen.
RTI offers proven methods to contain or remove harmful air pollutants and organic compounds before they can enter the surrounding environment. We also have a system to prevent visual flaring, thereby ensuring a flareless turnaround.
All fractionation units (CDU, FCCU, Coker, etc.) benefit from our proven
Ultrasonic technology reduces water use and gets better results than simple hydroblasting by utilizing high frequency sound waves. This method even makes it possible for demister pads and other equipment to be reused instead of thrown away after a single use.
Our patented QuikTurn® formula is a biodegradable and nontoxic cleaner/degreaser that’s added to utility steam to remove dangerous waste materials from industrial vessels. Since it’s all-natural and hydrocarbon-based, it can even be reprocessed into usable fuel at a refinery.