Fire damage is the hardest type of damage to assess. Understanding what can be repaired and what can be replaced after a fire is difficult since smoke and charring mask structural damage. Finding out if the structural integrity is still intact is vital to determining whether or not a structure is uninhabitable after a fire. Luckily, dry ice blasting is a great way to remove the smoke and soot from fire damage without damaging what could be salvaged. Keep reading to find out how dry ice blasting works!
Dry Ice Blasting Can Help
The biggest reason dry ice blasting is great for fire damage remediation is that it’s easier on the structure than sand blasting or plastic bead blasting. Dry ice blasting works by shooting CO2 particles at high speeds using compressed air. When the particles hit the surface being cleaned they create a micro-thermal shock since they are at such a low temperature. In addition to the shock, the small dry ice particles explode on contact. The rapid expansion from a solid to a gas helps remove the material from the surface being cleaned.
Dry Ice Corp: A Dry Ice Supplier in Maryland
Dry Ice Corp is the largest regional supplier of dry ice products and customized delivery services in the Northeastern United States, from Virginia all the way up to Maine. And because our dry ice is supplied by manufacturing plants located right here in the Northeast, we can guarantee freshness. Other suppliers, meanwhile, get their dry ice from manufacturing plants as much as 1,000 miles away, which has a direct impact on product freshness. Ready to get your dry ice? Click here!
Dry Ice Corp provides the highest levels of service and freshest dry ice products.
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