Our company has provided Dust Control and Ice Control on roads in various states and Canada. Applied to parking lots, dirt roads, driveways, parks, horse arena's, fairgrounds and construction sites, Liquid Calcium Chloride Brine will control your dust!
Our Liquid Calcium Chloride Brine can be applied directly to the area as a de-icing agent when there is a 1/2 inch or less of snow with great results.
Liquid Calcium Chloride Brine has many uses in addition to ice and dust control.For instance, recent studies have shown liquid calcium chloride can be applied to turf grass to improve the quality of the grass and reduce the amount of sodium in the ground.
Delivery is available to customers purchasing our Liquid Calcium Chloride Brine for ice and snow removal and anti-icing.
Pickup available at our Webberville, MI. location
Totes and drums and gallon containers are available for pickup or delivery We ship from Michigan to the U.S. and Canada.
We regulary deliver to the following locations: Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Maine, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, Ontario.
Chloride Solutions manufactures and distributes a product called Geo Melt-55. A beet-based product used with chloride and salt to make the roads safer. The company said this product has a higher sugar content than most liquid de-ice. "The sugar allows the freezing point to be lowered and stay at that point, even in the delusion of melting the ice and snow," said Barczak. According to experts, salt, when used on the road, can create more ice because when the salt dilutes the ice it creates water and freezes again. Chloride Solutions said their product does not do that and works in temps that are as low negative 30 degrees Fahrenheit.
Road crews in Farmington Hills are getting ready for the snow that's expected to fall this weekend around metro Detroit. Not only do the crews use salt, but they use a liquid solution made up of salt brine and beet juice. They've been doing it since 2005.