Following a flood or escape of water, ordinary drying procedures are not always the most beneficial methods for drying the structure of a property.
Flood water amasses in cavities as well as voids. Making holes in internal or external leaves of cavities walls, can allow the removal of water, having said that drying the wet materials affected could be difficult using standard drying procedures. Injection drying appliances are used to introduce dry air directly into wet.
How Does Injection Drying Work?
Injection drying is an alternative option which enhances the standard techniques you can use to expedite the drying process in numerous situations. This is achieved by presenting a flow of dry air straight into wet cavities behind walls, floors, ceilings or almost every other spots where moisture is captured and inaccessible.
During Injection Drying, holes are drilled to permit pipes to target dry air into wet cavities, gathering moisture & venting it away from the construction, after that dry air is pressured down into the building construction via a hose system attached to pre drilled holes.
Injection Drying Systems
Groundbreaking Injection drying systems are now being used by leading disaster recovery experts, like us to accelerate the drying process following water damage to properties.
Injection drying systems may be used in conjunction with traditional methods to accelerate the drying process, by releasing a flow of dry air straight into wet cavities behind walls, floors, ceilings and other areas where moisture is trapped and beyond reach.
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Our professional team work to provide the most satisfactory results for our customers with the use of the most current drying techniques. If your residence or business needs to have injection drying, our staff members are here to help. We have assisted many homeowners and business owners’ alike resume their daily living by offering only the best in support and quality.
We are among the first disaster recovery professionals to take advantage of the very latest injection drying procedures for clean up after water damage. Make contact with us via email or phone for a free quote or advice on injection drying.
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