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Fire restoration

Fire restoration is a critical application where dry ice cleaning proves highly valuable. By not introducing additional water or chemicals to the affected areas, it ensures the preservation of sensitive components. The use of crushed dry ice pellets at low pressure allows for the gentle cleaning of even fine electronics without causing damage. Furthermore, dry ice cleaning is effective in removing chlorides that may have migrated with smoke, thus mitigating the risk of rapid corrosion on both external and internal metal parts, including electronics. This makes dry ice cleaning an excellent choice for fire damage restoration, aiding in the recovery of damaged properties while safeguarding valuable equipment and electronics.

Dry ice cleaning has the added benefit of reducing or even eliminating burnt smells and bad odors. It effectively removes residue and contaminants responsible for these odors, contributing to a fresher and more pleasant environment during fire restoration and cleanup processes.

Indeed, dry ice cleaning is a versatile method that can be adjusted to different pressure levels. At higher pressures, it can effectively remove charred surfaces, while at lower pressures, it’s gentle enough to clean sensitive components. This flexibility allows for the removal of smoke and soot from various surfaces, including wiring, electrical boxes, ductwork, plumbing, conveyors, motors, and more. The significant advantage is that this can be achieved without introducing secondary waste or causing damage to the surfaces being cleaned, making dry ice cleaning a highly adaptable and efficient choice for fire restoration and cleanup.

The benefits of using dry ice cleaning for fire restoration are extensive

  • No Mess

    Avoids the mess associated with soda or sand blasting.

  • No Hazardous Chemicals

    Eliminates the need for hazardous chemicals, making it an eco-friendly option.

  • Odor Reduction

    Reduces the burnt smell from fires, contributing to a more pleasant environment.

  • No Secondary Waste

    There is no secondary waste generated, simplifying cleanup.

  • No Water Damage:

    The process doesn't introduce additional water damage, preserving structural integrity.

  • Safe for Electronics

    Dry ice cleaning is safe for cleaning electrical components, protecting valuable equipment during restoration.

All of these advantages make dry ice cleaning a superior choice for fire restoration and cleanup efforts.of these advantages make dry ice cleaning a superior choice for fire restoration and cleanup efforts.

Outstanding Industries

We provide detailed insight into the benefit of cleaning with dry ice for the many industries
where dry ice is the preferred cleaning method.

Tire Molds

Shoe mold

Bakeries & Food

Plastic injection

Mold remediation


Buses, Trains & Planes

Welding cells and robot cleaning

Fire restoration