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Under development: Low-emission cleaning up of hazardous materials

Hazardous materials like asbestos, PCB, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and lead can even today be found in many paints and coatings. Their technically correct removal is currently still associated with high expenses. To make the cleaning up process more efficient, Tiefenbach is currently developing a method for the low-emission removal of coating from contaminated surfaces.

We use three methods to do so: the RPR induction method, the very high water pressure method and the wet sand-blasting method. They all have a direct exhausting facility, which works at a high underpressure and captures the materials detached from the surface. This makes the setting up of cleaning areas superfluous and reduces the quantity of waste and the cleaning costs.

The development is being monitored by the Mutual Indemnity Association; the process is expected to receive its approval according to the DGUV by the end of 2016. Then, we will be happy to take over the complete project execution for you - from the pollutant analysis and the planning to the disposal of all the hazardous materials.