COMPLETE 12 VOLT "LIQUID CALCIUM CHLORIDE" DE-ICING UNITS

 

ALL-IN-ONE TOP OF THE LINE 12 VOLT SYSTEM

Tank
Pump
Receiver mounted spray bar w/jets
Side mounted hose assembly for sidewalks and steps
Everything you need in a one piece unit.  Call for pricing.

OUR TOP OF THE LINE 12 VOLT SYSTEM WILL DELIVER 9 GPM @ 40PSI ALL FOR ONLY $1695


COMPLETE GAS POWERED "LIQUID CALCIUM CHLORIDE" DE-ICING UNITS

 

THE "ULTIMATE" GAS POWERED DE-ICING UNIT

450 gallon poly tank.
Pacer gas powered pump.
Fully adjustable. Sprays from only 5 GPM up to 150 GPM.
3 way Banjo electric valves for left, center, and right controls.
Optional Wireless remote system available.
3ft spraybar will spray from 10 ft wide to an incredible 45 ft wide and is fully adjustable.
All aluminum construction on skid plate and tank saddle, built to last forever.

OWN THE HIGHEST QUALITY SYSTEM ON THE MARKET FOR ONLY $6475 (hard-wired).
Wireless remote unit is $7295
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Benefits of using these units for de-icing are...

  • Our product contains both CALCIUM and MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE.
  • It effectively melts ice to 25 degrees below zero.
  • The liquid never changes it's consistency, even when stored for long periods of time, no matter if the temperature is 100 degrees or 30 below zero.
  • The liquid does not have to be applied to every square inch of the area you are de-icing. Remember, the liquid will travel via tires into the parking spots. Unlike rock salt, a little bit of material goes a long way.
  • For as little as $40.00, you can de-ice the same area as 1 ton of rock salt.
  • Cities and counties have been using this proven product for over 30 years. They don't use it specifically, because they usually don't have a problem getting salt, and when they do buy salt, they don't pay the price that private contractors do.
  • One more huge benefit is demonstrated in this example...Say you get 3 or 4 inches of snow. You plow then de-ice a parking lot, then hours later, a second wave of snow comes, dumping another 3-4 inches of snow that must be plowed. After you re-plow the lot, you will not necessarily have to re-apply the liquid de-icing agent. Remember, the liquid is at ground level, your plows can't touch it. If you use rock salt instead of liquid de-icer, half of the rock salt you applied earlier will be scraped up into the snow piles in the corner of the lot.