Trich Cleaning Fort Worth
Fort Worth is a thriving hub when it comes to aviation and aerospace. In fact, a number of companies which dot the Fort Worth landscape are key players as top manufacturers of defense aircraft and commercial jetliners. Then, there are slew of pipeline companies in Fort Worth due to huge natural gas resources in the area. Add to that, more than 1,100 research development & testing laboratories as well as biomedical companies and one begins to appreciate the caliber of Fort Worth’s prominence.
The usage of oxygen in these niche arenas is vital since oxygen contributes to everything from combustion, oxidation, and fermentation, to waste-water treatment and rocket propulsion. In the end, oxygen improves yields, optimizes performance, lowers costs, enhances the efficiency of chemical and biological processes and so much more. The wonders of oxygen’s contribution to a vast array of industries is unquestioned.
One must, however, be ever-so aware of the dangers of this colorless, odorless, reactive gas – with ‘reactive’ being the operative word. Oxygen can react, vigorously and violently, with combustible materials, especially when oxygen is in a pure state. Combustible materials can include oils, grease, hair, fibers, lint, sand, weld slag, solvents, and a host of other debris that can accumulate on the inside and outside of oxygen system components and act as a fuel source, with oxygen acting as an oxidizer.
Establishing a regular schedule of trich cleaning and other cleaning for oxygen services must remain a priority of any Fort Worth business or installation that utilizes oxygen for any purpose. Part of the reason for dedicated cleaning schedules has to do with combustible pollutants that are unseen to the human eye due to their microscopic size. When one doesn’t see actual contaminants, one can develop a false sense of security that oxygen system components are ‘clean enough’ – this can spell disaster.