Cold Jet Australia provide dry ice blasting and dry ice cleaning for restoration of historic structures. Cold Jet Australia offer dry ice cleaning for restoration contractors. Dry ice cleaning can uncover details and intricacies of historic structures.
Cold Jet Australia dry ice blasting leaves no secondary waste streams, provides time savings and eliminates the use of harsh chemicals and abrasive cleaning methods.
Cold Jet Australia dry ice cleaning is suitable for historic structure restoration and includes a variety of cleaning applications and needs. Restoration contractors use the dry ice cleaning method for lead based paint abatement, smoke damage removal, adhesive removal and reversal of ageing effects.
Cold Jet Australia dry ice cleaning method is used in historic church restoration, the Utah State Capital Building seismic upgrade, ageing marble statues, a fire damaged home and restoration projects.
Cold Jet Australia dry ice cleaning method is suitable for restoration projects due to its non-abrasive and chemical-free process in most restoration work. The goal in restoration work is to restore a structure to its original state and to uncover the underlying surfaces of the structure without causing damage.
These dry ice cleaning methods allow the restoration contractor to achieve the desired cleaning results, without damaging the substrate.
With this Cold Jet Australia dry ice cleaning method, the operator can blast adjacent to marble, glass and onyx without causing any damage to the substrate.
The absence of a secondary waste stream is another advantage of Cold Jet Australia dry ice cleaning for restoration work. In a project such as lead paint abatement, it is critical that the removal method be streamlined and carefully contained, which can be done by Cold Jet Australia dry ice cleaning.