DriForce Interair Drying System (InjectiDry)
Positive or negative pressure for drying. High-pressure air will dry hard-to-reach spaces with minimal intrusion. It is great for wall cavities, cabinets, under stairwells, etc. one unit can dry up to 90 lf.
Airwolf/WolfPack (Hardwood Floor Drying System)
Forces water out of hardwood floors – fast. The AirWolf provides incredible airflow with high static pressure – the wolfpack attachment channels it through the flutes beneath the hardwoods to drive water out by force. Doubles as an intermediate wall-drying system and is very effective.
Vortex Axial Fan and Vortex Ducting
Ventilator and dryer in one. Powerful airflow from the Vortex – with up to 125 ft. of ducting to ventilate, create negative air pressures, and aid in the drying process.
Mats are used to dry out water-damaged hardwoods from above the surface. The Rescue Mat System uses the power of a high-pressure blower like the DriForce to vacuum water vapor right through the surface of the floor. Also effective on other types of hard flooring surfaces.
Strong, 4-mil poly ducting used to direct processed air. LayFlat Ducting can be used with all types of dehumidifiers.
Mini-Vents and Turbo Vents
These attach to the snouts of high velocity air movers to direct airflow. THese are useful in small areas of wall and cavity drying situations.
Water Damage Category – IICRC Definitions:
Category 1 Water: Water originating form a source that does not pose substantial harm to humans. Also referred to as “clean water.”
Category 2 Water: Water containing a significant dgree of chemical, biological and/or physical contamination and having the potential to cause discomfort or sickness if consumed by or exposed to humans. Also referred to as “gray water.”
Category 3 Water: Grossly unsanitary water, containing pathogenic agents, arising from sewage or other contaminated water sources and having the likelihood of causing discomfort or sickness if consumed or exposed to humans. This category includes all forms of seawater, ground surface water and rising water from rivers or streams. Also referred to as “black water.”