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DI Global System

Low carbon cleaning for energy producing facilities

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The DI Global System uses recycled carbon dioxide, mixed with a small amount of solid material and blasted at high pressure, to clean metal structures for maintenance purposes.

The solution controls corrosion risk and prolongs the lifespan of metal structures in energy producing facilities. With DI Global System, the cleaning method replaces carbon intensive and environmentally hazardous processes. The product uses around 10% of the normal amount of solid media abrasively used by traditional processes for the same purpose. The remaining 90% is supplemented by recycled CO2. This allows for significant savings (around 85% reduction) in carbon footprint due to transportation of material, waste disposal and media production processes. Health and safety benefits for the users of the system are provided as it produces 90% less dust which can cause respiratory problems (health) and visual impairment during use (safety).

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Key features

  • Can operate at height and long blast hose distances.
  • On-site production of high-density dry ice pellets, even in offshore/remote areas.
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Profitability

  • Overall costs amount to approx. 55% of the alternative.
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Company Profile

By
Air Liquide

Headquarters
75007 Paris, France

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Maturity Stage

  • Medium and large scale commercialization
  • Small scale commercialization
  • Initial market commercialization
  • Prototype testing in the real world
  • Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab
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