Chloride and soot removal

In the event of a fire, during the burning process – in the hot phase of the materials – irritating, toxic gases, vapors, and atomized solid material parts are generated and released in high concentration. (carbon monoxide CO, carbon dioxide CO2, hydrogen chloride HCL – condensed hydrochloric acid, acrolein and hydrogen cyanide HCN)

The main distribution route of the initially mobile material load is the air route.

As the smoke from the fire cools, pollutant separation occurs. Gaseous products condense on cooler surfaces. As the gas cloud cools, the water and acids form droplets, carrying away gaseous compounds and solids. Soot and ash deposits form on surfaces and objects. The soot and flue gas condensate condenses back and collides with the structure of the building, the plant’s equipment and stocks.

We provide complete chloride and soot removal, cleaning and cleaning of facilities after fire damage (buildings, devices, equipment, machines, tools…) with qualified staff, effective multi-component chemicals, industrial machines and professional tools, dry ice, laser cleaning machines.

Chemical and mechanical chloride and soot removal ​

Dry ice soot removal

Laser soot and rust reduction

Removal of soot contamination with a multi-component chemical, foil and a soot scraper
With dry ice against soot on complex and segmented surfaces
Metal surfaces for effective removal of soot and rust caused by released hydrochloric acid vapor