TerraHydroChem’s simple two-step green-cleaning process delivers cost-saving performance far superior to conventional cleaners commonly used in today’s oilfield operations. TerraHydroChem’s customers have experienced labor cost savings exceeding 60%, dramatically improving their ROI in our products, which positively impacts their bottom line.

TerraHydroChem Cleaning Process

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Our proprietary products are blended with plant based constituents, meaning they are safe, non-toxic and biodegradable. They significantly surpass competitive products claiming to be green and far exceed all environmental, industrial and regulatory standards required today of E&P and oilfield services companies.

Based on nanoscale technology, the tandem application of TerraSolve™ followed by TerraCleanse™ unleashes a powerful, high-performance, multi-purpose cleansing system used for the toughest oilfield cleaning jobs.

TerraHydroChem’s 2-Step Cleaning Process is EASY, REDUCES CLEANING TIME and SAVES MONEY.


Applied as a non-diluted pre-soak, TerraSolve™ is our proprietary solvent that reduces viscosity and
liquefies hydrocarbons that are bonded to the surface of oilfield assets as well as preps those surfaces for the finishing rinse. The pre-soak is applied with either a low-pressure sprayer or, in the case of crude oil pipelines, with a foam pig.


After the solvent pre-soak has done its job, often in as little as 15 minutes, our super-concentrated surfactant TerraCleanse™ is diluted with water in a 1 to 500 ratio, creating a finishing rinse that desorbs all remaining contaminates and petroleum residue, allowing them to run freely to the surface bottom for easy removal.

Unlike widely used diesel-based solvents and caustic cleaners that are extremely hazardous to company personnel and the environment, all of TerraHydroChem products are non-regulated, eco-friendly and safe while eliminating the need for personnel to physically enter frac tanks.