Construction Industry Cleaning Solutions

The faster and more effective you can be on the job, the more profits you’ll make. Dry Ice Blasting allows safe, effective and fast restoration of historical items, allowing you to save time, labour, clean-up and disposal costs. Dry Ice Blasting is the best cleaning method for restoration projects due to the need for a nonabrasive and chemical-free process in most restoration work. Often, layers of paint and years of aging will hide the original detail on the structure.

The only way to uncover this intricate detail work is with Dry Ice Blasting, no other cleaning method is able to achieve that level of clean without damaging the underlying material.The architects that specify restoration work will often not allow chemicals or abrasive cleaning methods not be used. Chemicals can leach into stone, such as marble, and abrasive cleaning methods will scratch and scar the surface being cleaned.

Dry Ice Blasting is a dry process with no water waste, no chemical concern and no secondary waste is generated. Dry Ice Blasting is an environmentally friendly
cleaning method and is produced by capturing gaseous by-product generated by the chemical industry. CO2 (dry ice) is a naturally occurring element of the earth and comprises less than 0.1% of our atmosphere. CO2 is used by plants and plants through photosynthesis process transform CO2 to oxygen. Therefore, Dry Ice Blasting has numerous benefits over other building cleaning methods.

construction.pngBenefits of Dry Ice Blasting for Construction Cleaning are:

  • Better cleaning.
  • No chemicals.
  • No water.
  • No blasting media.
  • No waste disposal.
  • Reduced cleaning time and associated labour costs.
  • Clean your equipment on site.
  • Non-abrasive, gentle to the material to be cleaned.

Construction Industry Popular Applications:

  • Lead Paint abatement
  • Fire, Smoke, Water Damage
  • Adhesive and Tar Removal
  • Reversal of ageing effect
  • Removal of corrosive contaminants
  • Mould remediation
  • Mortar Removal