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Mold Remediation Using Dry Ice Blasting

Removing: Corrosion Protection Rust Preventive Coating

High voltage transformer and substation equipment

Electric motor cleaning

Wood Beams – Fire Damage Restoration

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Mold Remediation Using Dry Ice Blasting

MaxJet dry ice blasting provides a clean that the other methods simply can not match. MaxJet Dry ice blasting kills organic contaminates i.e. mold, bacteria and mildew. It also removes 99% of mold spores from wood surfaces.

Removing Rust Preventive Coating

MaxJet Dry Ice Blasting can easily remove corrosion protection layers like this rust preventative coasting, simply and effectively without damage to the base material.

In addition, the MaxJet process has no secondary waste stream. When you are done cleaning, there is no need to go back and clean up the added mess other blasting medias, such as soda, water and sand, can leave behind.

MaxJet, the technological leader in the dry ice blasting industry, provides the complete blasting solution for any Protective Coating maintenance project.

High voltage transformer and substation equipment

Dry ice blasting works very effectively on substation equipment due to zero moisture and grit and no harmful secondary waste to drain into the surrounding ground .

Electric Motor Cleaning

Electric motor can be done as a maintenance and can also be done while still in operation due to zero grit and moisture. Also cleans winding’s, rotors and stators.

Wood Beams – Fire Damage Restoration

MaxJet Dry Ice Blasting can Reduce cleaning time up to 80 % and has become the preferred method to remove smoke soot, vaporized synthetic resins and char. MaxJet dry ice blasting provides fast and efficient removal of smoke damage, even in the tight angles of trusses, around nails, wiring and all plumbing without damage to the surface integrity.