Idaho Deicing and Anti-Icing
Winter road safety in Idaho for travelers and residents is a top priority for the city, county, tribal, highway districts, and state Departments of Transportation. From I-15 to I-84 to Idaho 93 to 12 – travel in winter has the possibility to get challenging. And all roads are affected, from state highways and county roads to interstate freeways, and city streets. How are the roads and streets, highway districts, or public works departments ensuring that travel is as safe as possible? Idaho deicing, anti-icing, and ice melting procedures impact both local commuters and travelers. Are you ready?
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Icy, remote roads and big snowfalls are a way of life in Boise, Pocatello, and Idaho Falls, Idaho – the whole state in fact. Every area and snowfall requires a road department plan to minimize the buildup of snow and ice BEFORE it happens. When the plan is to enhance the effectiveness of salt or sand treatments or prevent bridges from icing up, they are a step ahead of the game. Desert Mountain Corporation has granular and liquid solutions to meet the needs of the icy winter environment in Idaho. We’ve laboratory tested and field-proven our treatments for Idaho ice melt, deicing, and anti-icing solutions include:
Ice Slicer is an environmentally friendly, low-corrosive, granular de-icing ice melt product. It is used to break the bond of snow and ice from Idaho roadways, walkways, driveways, and parking lots. The unique natural blend of Ice Slicer’s chlorides is mined in Redmond, Utah. Its unique chemical compound melts ice and snow effectively to 0° F, resulting in safer roads at lower temperatures. With its distinctive natural dark red color that is free of dyes and full of 60+ natural minerals, the areas treated are clearly marked, letting the public know a road has been treated. Available for purchase in 50 lb. bags, 1-ton super sacks, and in bulk truckload quantities.
Don’t settle for plain road salt! Ice Slicer is a fast-acting deicing compound, ideal for general highway and street deicing. In the first 30 minutes after application, Ice Slicer RS effectively melts more snow and ice than white salt. It is easier on equipment and infrastructure since it is at least 20% less corrosive than road salt. As a natural blend, Ice Slicer will not stain concrete or asphalt or require clean-up after the snow melts.
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SOS Liquid Stockpile Treatment
By treating large or small aggregate, sand, or salt stockpiles with SOS, winter road departments will increase the performance of salt or gravel applications. Which equals saving money for the Idaho road department in total winter road treatment costs. An application of SOS reduces leeching and requires a smaller amount of sand or salt to be spread due to less bounce and scatter.
AMP Deicing Liquid
AMP – a salt brine additive – is mixed in with brine to intensify the effect of the mixture. A key component is the built-in corrosion inhibitor. AMP will reduce the damage to road department equipment and bridges each winter, saving the already tight budgets significant dollars. Lab and road tests have seen strong results with temperatures as low as 10°F.
MeltDown is a liquid deicer. Its melting capabilities are a 12°F improvement in freeze point over any other liquid deicer. Making it easier for Idaho road departments to battle the snow and ice buildup, Meltdown has an enhanced version of magnesium chloride brine that works at lower temperatures.
Desert Mountain Corporation offers a complete line of ice melting products and ice control products. They are available in both granular and liquid forms for Idaho anti-icing and deicing of rural, urban, and often dangerous roads. Every area is different, with its own challenges. Our expert team will guide you in determining the best products and application rates for anti-icing and de-icing solutions.
Call Dalton Alton at 208-521-1275 or contact him via email.
Desert Mountain Corporation – Making Idaho Roads Safer for Winter Travel