Bristol, Kingsport and Johnson City, TN
We Have the Best Equipment for the Best Carpet Cleaning
Changes in industry standards and the progressive trend to more professionally clean and dry structures has resulted in vastly improved equipment. We have hundreds of pieces of drying equipment, 4 truck-mounted carpet cleaning plants, ultra-sonic cleaning equipment, and personnel trained in every aspect of usage.
- Xtreme Xtractors
- Tempest Air Movers
- Gale Force/Vane Axial Fans
- Max Force Air Movers
- Phoenix 200’s Dehumidifiers
- Desiccant Dehumidifiers
- Air Scrubbers
- Air Wolf
- Injectidry Systems/Walls
- Injectidry Systems/Floors
- Infrared Camera
- Moisture Detection & Monitoring Equipment
- Ultra-Sonic Equipment
- Water Claws, Fan Stands, Brackets, Ramps, etc.
We have converted most of our air moving equipment to Gale Force air movers.
We have done this for several reasons:
- We can move approximately 35% more air with about 1/3 amperage draw.
- Less electrical cost to the homeowner.
- Less heat generated by the equipment.
Why We Use Low Grain Refrigerant (LGR) Dehumidifiers
LGR dehumidifiers use a double cooling or enhanced step to lower the moisture laden air temperature once inside the dehumidifier so more condensation can form on the internal cooling coils. As condensation builds up on the coils, the water droplets drip into a collector and are discharged from the dehumidifier through pumps or into a floor drain. LGR units provide the best moisture removal for refrigerant dehumidifiers and produce air that is dryer, heated, and with less moisture than CGR units.
- Phoenix 200 Max draws only 7.2 amps
- Removes 30 gallons (240 pints) per day
- 115 volts
- AHAM efficiency = 133 pints
- 285 CFM
We have several desiccant dehumidifiers of different capacities used primarily for specialty drying projects where extremely low grains are required, such as wood floors, crawl spaces, etc.
Desiccant dehumidifiers remove water by absorbing the moisture from the air as it passes through a moisture-attracting material. When a cracker or potato chip is left out, it goes stale because it pulls in and attracts moisture. The same principle is at work here with a desiccant dehumidifier. Desiccants can reduce the relative humidity far below refrigerant dehumidifiers and are used for drying materials like wood flooring. Desiccants also pull more when humidity is low but are not as effective when humidity is high. They are best used after refrigerant dehumidifiers can no longer pull moisture at a high rate.
The ThermalScan Infrared Camera can be used on nearly any building material including roofing, drywall, floor covering, exterior finishes, insulation, and more.
Utilizing state of the art thermal imaging, locating moisture non-destructively has never been easier—or faster. Scan walls, floors, roofs, exterior finishes, and more. The temperature difference created by the presence of moisture will appear differently than the surrounding area.
Monitoring drying curves with the infrared camera can greatly reduce drying time. By locating problem areas, simple changes in equipment placement can be made.
We have three sizes of portable air scrubbers, which include our smallest and most portable model, designed for air cleaning in small areas such as attics, crawl spaces, motor vehicles, and boats. This model is ideal for use in your home or office to remove contaminants such as cigarette smoke, dust from small remodeling projects, and more.
The larger models, including the Phoenix Guardian HEPA System, capture virtually all removable airborne particles. While performing as an air scrubber, the triple-duct discharge collars can be ducted to manipulate the air flow in a structure. This can provide the benefits of a negative air machine to control the spread of contamination. The 18″ intake collar can be ducted to pressurize areas for protection from contamination or to draw contaminated air from areas that are difficult to access or are too small to accommodate an air scrubbing device.