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DRY ICE BLASTING FOR FIRE RESTORATION

The benefits of dry ice blasting with Cold Jet are clear: there is no increase of waste or water damage!

Dry Ice Blasting is quickly becoming a preferred cleaning method for steel and concrete superstructures, floor and ceiling bar joists, decking, and interior or exterior masonry surfaces. Smoke, soot, vaporized synthetic resins, and char can be blasted off with no net increase of waste material or increased water damage.

Blasting with CO2 pellets is also known to reduce or even eliminate the musty burnt smell that results from the fire, smoke and water damage.

Cold Jetting can also remove smoke, char and ash from wood in preparation for encapsulation, provided that engineers have verified the structural integrity of those construction components.

Easily remove smoke and soot from wiring, junction boxes, power panels, ductwork, and plumbing. Dry Ice blasting is safe for cleaning electrical system components including motor control centers, power distribution panels, transformers, service entrance / metering panels and buss ducts. In some cases, electrical equipment can be cleaned while energized.

BENEFITS of Dry Ice Blast Cleaning

•  Avoids the mess of soda or sand blasting
•  Avoids the use of caustics and acids thereby eliminating the liabilities associated with
   chemical cleaning
•  Reduces the musty, burnt smell from fire and/or water damage
•  Eliminates secondary waste streams
•  Causes no additional water damage
•  Is safe for cleaning electrical components
•  Cleans without the surface erosion and etching caused by typical abrasive blasting

Click here for photos & video of fire restoration projects

To calculate your potential savings click here to access our calculator.
And for more specific and technical information see our technical papers.

 

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