New Episode of Advancements TV Series to Focus on Sustainable Cleaning Technologies

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Innovations in cleaning technologies are helping operations run more efficiently while reducing their environmental footprint.

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"Our process reduces maintenance and operating costs, improves production, improves profits - all while making the industry safer and greener."

Scheduled to broadcast Q4/ 2020, the award-winning series, Advancements with Ted Danson, will highlight recent developments in industrial cleaning technologies. Check local listings for more info.

In this segment, viewers will learn how breakthroughs in the use of ultrasonic technology have created a more sustainable process for cleaning heat exchangers and many other parts that are the vital organs of refineries and petrochemical plants. Featuring Clean as New Gulf Coast LLC (Clean as New), spectators will see how the company uses Tech Sonic’s Ultrasonic Technology, automated hydroblasting, and a proprietary water recycling system to set a new standard of technical, social, and environmental responsibility in the cleaning industry.

The segment will explore how the process saves millions of gallons of water by using 95 percent less water than is used today at plants around the world for cleaning activities.

In addition, audiences will discover how, when using the Clean as New process, heat exchangers and parts are cleaned and returned to service at 95 percent or better of the original design performance, a factor critical to plant efficiency.

“Incomplete cleaning costs the OGP sector billions of dollars every year. By providing clients with heat exchangers that have been cleaned to like new levels of heat transfer, they are able to operate more efficiently by saving energy, they can eliminate the dangers of hydroblasting from their on-site activities, and they can minimize the environmental impact of cleaning. Our process reduces maintenance and operating costs, improves production, improves profits - all while making the industry safer and greener,” said Clean as New, President, Darrell Stang.

“Clean as New offers a sustainable solution to the industry. We look forward to showcasing this technology and enlightening our audience about this new, environmentally responsible approach to cleaning,” said Advancements series Producer, Mike Brandt.

About Clean As New Gulf Coast:
Clean As New is recognized for providing the refining and petrochemical industries with a “Green Tech” solution that helps operations run more efficiently, safely, and reduce their environmental footprint, all while improving the bottom line. The addition of Tech Sonic cleaning can significantly reduce energy consumption, improve production, lengthen maintenance intervals and help clients achieve the highest levels of social and environmental sustainability.

Clean As New Gulf Coast LLC is a subsidiary of Tech Sonic LP, and a joint venture with a US-Based private equity partner. The Baytown Texas location is the first implementation of a new global cleaning enterprise, based on Tech Sonic’s patented ultrasonic cleaning technology and incorporating a high degree of data management, automation, safety and water management to set a new standard in industrial cleaning. For more information, visit:

About Advancements and DMG Productions:
The Advancements series is an information-based educational show targeting recent advances across a number of industries and economies. Featuring state-of-the-art solutions and important issues facing today’s consumers and business professionals, Advancements focuses on cutting-edge developments, and brings this information to the public with the vision to enlighten about how technology and innovation continue to transform our world.

Backed by experts in various fields, DMG Productions is dedicated to education and advancement, and to consistently producing commercial-free, educational programming on which both viewers and networks depend.

For more information, please visit or call Mike Brant at 866-496-4065.

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