Dry Ice Blasting

It’s difficult to remove soot and grease after a fire. And old-fashioned hand-cleaning requires immense time and attention to detail by a team of technicians during a multiple-stage cleaning, “sealing” and painting process.

Dry ice blasting with Yeti Restoration reduces fire damage restoration to a one-step process for hard substrates that will stay in the building like brick, joists, metals, and sheathing. Other key elements like electrical outlets and panels can be cleaned in place, saving disassembly and replacement costs, as well as keeping demolition to a minimum.

By reducing the time it takes to remove the soot and odor from a fire damaged building, next phases of construction can begin sooner; saving both time and money.

The dry ice blasting process works to lift the adhered soot and grease from the affected surface, often removing it altogether instead of covering it up.

Dry ice blasting is environmentally friendly, using captured carbon dioxide to produce dry ice pellets, helping industrial customers remain in compliance with existing EPA regulations.

Christopher Copley
Christopher Copley
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