Monitoring Exchanger Fouling

Exchanger fouling does not always occur steadily. Sometimes an exchanger fouls rapidly when plant operating conditions change too fast or when a process upset occurs. Other actions, such as switching pumps, unloading tank cars, adding new catalysts, or any routine action, can influence fouling. However, estimating the effect is possible.

The first step in reducing or eliminating the fouling causes is for the company to identify the causes by continuously monitoring the exchanger and correlating any rapid changes with plant events.

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