Polar Clean was founded in 2011. Corporate headquarters are in South Bend, Indiana, from where national services are managed, and support is provided for other office locations, including Houston, Texas. Polar Clean has risen to become an industry leader in a very short time, with specialties in the Food and Beverage industry, Power Generation, Automotive, Building Restoration, Petrochemical and beyond. Polar Clean has created both proprietary equipment and operational systems to allow it to achieve results that others could not achieve. Polar Clean is a reputation driven business, regularly exceeding our Client’s expectations, as we deliver our services on time and under budget.
This is an environmentally responsible, non-abrasive and nonflammable cleaning method using high pressure compressed air to accelerate food grade dry ice to a high velocity, similar to sandblasting, but containing no secondary contaminants such as solvents or grit media to clean up.
Hybrid System Blast Cleaning – Polar Cleans patented system provides the environmentally friendly benefits of Dry Ice Blasting, while adding the benefits of some abrasive media. This method allows for cleaning of more difficult to clean, hardened surfaces, with the least amount of abrasion and media clean-up possible. For this project, Corn Cob Grit/Walnut Shells/Acrylic/Crushed Glass/Glass Beads/Garnet will be used as the abrasive media injected into the dry ice stream.
This system propels various abrasive media with high pressure compressed air to clean the surface. Depending on the specific media, for this project Soda/ Corn Cob Grit/Walnut Shells/Acrylic/Crushed Glass/Glass Beads/Garnet will be used as the abrasive media.
Explosion Proof, intrinsically safe vacuum cleaning. This process uses grounded hoses and has no moving parts or electricity.
Dry Ice Blast cleaning of industrial facilities, restoration projects, and historical restoration projects. Projects often include cleaning of masonry (without water or chemicals or media cleanup), aluminum window frames, rusted structural steel, preparation for repainting, etc.
Basic Containment – This containment includes setting up one or more temporary barriers to help minimize the spread of the dust and debris being removed from the application.
Engineered Containment – This containment includes the custom construction of a physical barrier around the work area to separate it from the surrounding areas. It includes consideration of isolating HVAC systems from the space as well.
Negative Air Containment – Negative pressure is an isolation technique used to minimize cross-contamination of particulate from one area to another. This containment technique includes the construction of a physical barrier around the work area to separate it from the surrounding areas. May include consideration of isolating HVAC systems as well. It includes installation of a ventilation system, possibly with HEPA filtration, to remove air from a space, thereby preventing contaminated air from escaping the space, and only allowing uncontaminated air to enter the space.
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