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Wickens Dry Ice Blasting
836 Southgate Dr
Guelph, ON N1G 3Y1
Western Dry Ice Blasting
246 Arsenault Crescent
Fort McMurray, AB T9J 1J2
Questions About Dry Ice Blasting?
The ceilings of factories and commercial properties are often overlooked in the cleaning process – but ceilings need some attention too.
Blasting can be done as part of a regular cleaning routine, after a fire or in instances where paint is flaking off and falling into your production and process areas. It is also a great method for cleaning up production residue, such as grease, oil, and dirt.
Blasting equipment was used to shave the wood surfaces, exposing clean timber and a HEPAvac system was used to contain the particles for transfer.
Accumulating dust and sediment on ceilings is more than just an aesthetic problem (though it can make locations look worn out and dull). The dirt and grime can also lead to health issues for your employees. Dry ice blasting removes the buildup of grease, dirt, and even paint, to keep your facility as safe - and as clean - as possible. Furthermore, falling dirt and debris can affect machinery and disrupt production lines, ultimately impacting product quality. Therefore, regular cleanings can ensure a more productive workplace, and we can repaint your ceilings after cleaning to further improve the look of your space.
The biggest barrier to commercial and industrial high level cleaning is usually finding the time to get the job done. Businesses understandably hesitate to interrupt production, but we are able to minimize your factory downtimes. Dry ice blasting is a completely dry method that is able to get into all of the hard to reach nooks and crevices of ceiling decking and trusses. It also produces no secondary waste, other than the residue removed, so the disruption to your business’ production is limited. We also offer the flexibility to schedule the cleaning around your requirements so as to make the cleaning process as efficient as possible.
Cleaning at high levels can be dangerous. Therefore, it’s important to ensure that the company carrying out the cleaning has had its employees complete a “working at heights” training program, delivered by a certified training provider, to meet government requirements. With decades of industrial cleaning experience, we pride ourselves on creating safe work environments for our customers and employees.
If your ceilings could use some TLC, contact Wickens to learn more about high level cleaning and how we can provide this service in your facility.