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Hydro-Blasting

Aloha Building Construction HydroblastingSome applications require serious cleaning power and expertise. Aloha Building and Construction Inc. has the hydro-blasting equipment designed to safely and efficiently remove fouling and deposits from all types of equipment. These may include exchangers, towers and vessels, lines and sewers, and other contaminated surfaces. As a recognized industry leader with a powerful combination of technology, skill, experience and safety record, you’ll have the confidence of knowing your equipment will be thoroughly cleaned by Aloha Building and Construction Inc.

Pressure Cleaning Power, Unmatched Expertise and Custom Solutions

From conventional 10,000 psi pressures to 40,000 psi, we routinely achieve pressure cleaning results that surpass our customers’ expectations. For custom needs, our staff of experts can design unique cleaning accessories in our manufacturing facilities. In many cases, automated tooling is combined with the hydro-blasting unit to enhance pressure cleaning efficiency and productivity. In-house manufacturing facilities are available to design and develop completely new and custom cleaning accessories.

When your partner with Aloha Building and Construction your company will benefit from performance benefits such as:

Aloha Building Construction Hydroblasting

  • An unwavering commitment to safety
  • Thorough pressure cleaning with equipment capable of 40,000 psi
  • Proven pressure cleaning techniques that are often faster than conventional methods
  • Access to hard-to-reach or hazardous areas with robotics and remote control technologies
  • Savings from a cleaning process that uses low water volume
  • Coating removal
  • Weld preparation and mill scale removal
  • Surface preparation and cleaning
  • Refractory removal
  • Polymer removal
  • On-line cleaning
  • Air pre-heaters
  • Decoking
  • Boiler deslagging
  • Boiler recovery bottoms
  • Exchangers
  • Furnaces
  • Reactors
  • Evaporators
  • Condenser tubes
  • Water recirculation