There are numerous ways to deal with snow and ice. Snowfighters nationwide are constantly experimenting with different chemical mixtures and methods to find what works best for them and stick with it. However, as snowfighters, we know there is always room for improvement, and brine is the ultimate tool to achieve that. Take a look at these photos that show a comparison between roads with and without brine pretreatment.
For decades, rock salt has been a popular solution for snow and ice control on roads, sidewalks, and parking lots. But as the snowfighter industry has evolved, so has our understanding of the negative impacts that rock salt has on our business and the environment. By primarily using rock salt in your snow and ice control business, you’re keeping yourself from a safe, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective snowfighting operation. In this article, we’ll tell you how to fix that.
Every day, snowfighters nationwide find new and innovative ways to use brine for their snow and ice control operations. One method that has been growing in popularity is “seasoning” surfaces with liquid brine before the first snowfall of the storm season. In this blog post, we’ll tell you how it’s done, why it’s done, and the pros and cons for snowfighters across the nation so far.
As we think about making this change to a liquids approach, it really begs the question, “Why aren't more clients requesting liquids?” In this post, Phill Sexton with WIT Advisers goes over how you can make your clients aware of the liquid brine solution.
The concept of using liquids for snow and ice control often gets questions about how much it works. In this post, Phill Sexton with WIT Advisers will describe the different effects liquid brine and rock salt have when used for snow and ice control and compare them to each other in a real world situation.
As snow and ice control contractor, you're always trying to provide the best service to your clients. In this post, Phill Sexton will discuss the benefits that using liquid brine has on your level of service and how it effects your crews.
In this MASTER TRAINING on liquid brine deicing with Phill Sexton with WIT Advisers you will learn the economic benefits of using liquid brine for snow and ice control. Benefits including less salt use, time saving, equipment cost savings and more.
You may have heard about the concept of using liquids for snow and ice control, but are wondering if there is really any benefit to it over against rock salt. In this post about liquid brine de-icing with Phill Sexton, you will learn the benefits of liquid brine for the environment.
While keeping roads, sidewalks and building entries ice-free, it's likely you'll encounter a number of difficult projects that require extensive work before the frozen snow and ice is cleared. Professionals in the ice and snow removal industry understand the advantage of pre-treating outdoor areas with a liquid de-icing agent, but it can be challenging to get customers on-board with the process. I have developed a guide on how you can explain the many benefits of working with liquid snow and ice clearing products to your clients.
As any reputable snow removal professional knows, service is the name of the game when it comes to keeping your customers' properties safe during the winter. If you don't get snow and ice under control in a timely fashion, the potential for injuries and legal liability is very real.