In this MASTER TRAINING (by ICE MASTER SYSTEMS®) on liquid brine deicing with Phill Sexton with WIT Advisers you will learn the importance of using liquid brine for the snow and ice management industry.
The salt that we need to react has to react to moisture first to convert to a brine.
Would you rather...
Have the brine go down immediately or
Wait 30-45 minutes for it to convert to a brine?
So the goal of this training really is to take a look at the snow and ice management industry as sort of its "business as usual" form, and try to convert the mindset of how we normally use salt as a solid material and how do we change the mindset to using liquids as a better alternative and why would that be a no-brainer decision to do that?
So let's first start to answer the question... WHY IS USING LESS SALT SO IMPORTANT?
The way that I like to frame that is through the principals of sustainability. Think of sustainability as 2 sides of the same coin.
When you first think about it though, less salt (depending on who's buying it or who's using it), it means just less material. Less material means less cost.
Less material means less impact on...
When we think about it in terms of economics, you can think about it in several different ways. Economic side of the coin...
- Less material costs
- Less times applying
- Better service
If something (and that "something" we're going to talk about today is liquids) if that something is something that enables you to be more efficient, then why wouldn't we do that?
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