Eco-friendly fire damage restoration

After a fire, the indoor walls must be completely cleaned. With conventional methods, such as high-pressure cleaning or dry ice blasting without a closed circuit, is hardly possible. With the cleaning equipment Tornado ACS the surfaces can be cleaned without polluting the environment. Due to the closed circuit, the removed soot remains in the cleaning machine.

There is a HEPA filter especially for fire damage restoration, which we have offered as an option since 2018. 

Frequent questions about fire remediation

What is fire restoration?

After the fire is extinguished, the fire restorations begin. It is necessary to use the right methods in the right order. Surfaces that were not damaged need to be cleaned from soot and there are many possibilities. The best and easiest option is the vacuum blast method, also noun as the suction basting method.

Who pays the fire remediation costs?

Normally, it is the building insurance that pays for the damaged caused by the fire. The insurance covers all damage costs caused by the fire and by the water stream from the extinguish process. In case other buildings and persons were affected the liability insurance from the person responsible for the fire takes action. 

Why use vacuum blasting for the fire remediation?

The vacuum blasting method, also noun as the suction blasting method, is especially suitable for the fire remediation process since it works in a closed cycle. For these occasions, fire remediation, the machine has the special HEPA (H13) filter that filters 99.9 % of the ablation. 

Eco-friendly fire damage restoration in Riga

The flat was badly damaged by the fire. The soot was everywhere. Without stirring up any more dirt, the soot was easily removed with systeco's vacuum blasting cleaning technology.

With the cleaning machine Tornado ACS you can reach an area coverage of about 2 - 5 m²/h. For eco-friendly fire damage restoration, you mainly work with fine granules (jet glass SG 150 or asilit AS 180).

Fire damage restoration in Bremen

Eco-friendly fire damage restoration is possible with the cleaning equipment Tornado ACS, uncomplicated and clean. In contrast to a pressure washer or sand blasting, you can work without protective clothing. The cleaning machine Tornado ACS is the alternative for eco-friendly fire damage restoration.

In the first experiment, the latex wall was washed, which did not lead to the desired result.

In the bathroom and kitchen tile and grouts can also be cleaned quickly after  fire damage.

Fire damage restoration in a basement in Bielefeld

In a basement in Bielefeld fire damage must be eliminated. Walls, ceiling and floor are covered with soot. This soot must be removed completely before painting the surface. How can you do that without high pressure, water and chemicals?

In that case, only the vacuum blast method of systeco can help. With the cleaning machine, Tornado ACS surfaces can be cleaned without polluting the environment. Due to the closed cycle, neither granulate nor soot can get to the outside.

The cleaning process with the machine is learned in just a few minutes. An employee of the company Kurz Um-Meisterbetriebe e.V.  can immediately start with the soot removal after a short introduction. Moreover, the operation is very easy and so special protective clothing is not required.

The Tornado ACS is the ideal alternative to a pressure washer or dry ice blasting. That way, eco-friendly work in- and outside is possible.

In the following Video you can see clearly, how fast soot can be removed with the cleaning machine Tornado ACS.

You can work on walls, ceilings or floors with the cleaning equipment. Through various adapters corners, pipes and pillars can be reached.

Restauration après un incendie dans une boulangerie

Après un incendie dans une grande boulangerie autrichienne, le plafond du hall de production a dû être nettoyé pendant les heures d'ouverture. La machine de nettoyage Tornado ACS, avec son procédé de sablage sous vide imbattable, a su relever le défi avec brio.

Deux machines ont été utilisées pour le nettoyage, chacune installée sur un élévateur. La production n'a pas été interrompue pendant toute la durée de la restauration.

La technologie de sablage sous vide de systeco est applicable dans de nombreux domaines et pas uniquement pour la réparation des dommages causés par le feu.

De l'élimination des graffitis à la photogravure, il existe une douzaine de possibilités d'application différentes.

Jetez un coup d'œil sur notre site Web. Vous découvrirez de nombreuses possibilités intéressantes pour l'utilisation de la machine Tornado ACS.

Environmentally friendly restoration after fire damage

An environmentally friendly restoration after a fire damage can be a difficult and costly endeavor. Conventional methods often involve using high-pressure water and chemicals to clean the damaged materials and restore them to their original condition. However, these methods can pose a significant environmental burden and health risks for workers and occupants of the affected building.

A solution to these problems is provided by systeco's patented vacuum blasting technology with the Tornado ACS. This innovative cleaning technology allows for thorough cleaning and restoration of damaged surfaces without the use of high-pressure water or chemicals. Instead, a special granulate is used that is drawn onto the affected surfaces by vacuum. The granulate gently dissolves the impurities and damages and is then suctioned away.

The vacuum blasting technology from systeco is not only environmentally friendly but also offers an effective and time-saving solution for fire damage restoration. As no water or chemicals are used, there are no residues that need to be disposed of, making the process faster and easier.

Another advantage of this method is that it can also be used on sensitive surfaces such as wood and plastics without causing damage. This makes fire damage restoration easier and more effective.

Overall, systeco's patented vacuum blasting technology is an environmentally friendly, effective, and cost-efficient solution for fire damage restoration. It offers a safe alternative to conventional methods and can help reduce environmental burdens and health risks for workers and occupants of the affected building.