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Metal Pipe Network

Decoking and Pipe Pigging

Navigating Flows with Precision

Mechanical decoking, also known as pigging, is a pipe-cleaning method designed to minimize the risk of straining the piping system and reduce the environmental impact compared to chemical cleaning.


In this method, operators insert flexible cleaning devices called pigs into the pipes. These pigs move through the piping, using nodules on their surfaces to efficiently remove scale deposits. The presence of water aids in pushing the pigs through the pipes, helping to clear away any debris simultaneously. Multiple pigs can pass through to ensure that the piping is as clean as possible. 


Regular cleaning is essential to maintain the proper functioning of pipes. 


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