As soon as the weather begins to turn cold, there's a chance of ice on the ground or even snowfall, which can cause problems in the daily running of your business. When the ground becomes icy and slippery, it's hazardous for drivers, pedestrians and machinery operators, so it's important that you have a fast, effective way to deal with the frozen conditions underfoot and keep them safe for as long as possible. If your car park is iced over, display one of our Warning Signs while you get to work clearing it with Ice Melt.
Ice Melt is one of the most reliable ways to get rid of ice and snow quickly. It's such an effective product that it can cover up to ten times more ground than traditional rock salt, so a much smaller amount is needed - that means less storage space and easier application.
The carbamide and urea composition of Ice Melt is non-corrosive, so it's safe to use around people and pets, and even on or near to plants. When it's spread, it gets to work extremely quickly and keeps the ground ice-free for up to 24 hours. It can even be used as a preventative, so if you think sub-zero temperatures are on the way, load up a Salt Spreader and cover all your paths, roads and car parks to keep them safe and operational.
Ice Melt works at temperatures as low as -15°C, so it can be used even in extreme weather. Just a light sprinkling is needed for it to do its job, making it a cost-effective way to melt ice and snow, as you'll get a surprising amount of coverage from this 10-kilogramme bag. Stocking up on de-icing products in advance helps you ensure you'll be ready for any sudden changes in the weather, but make sure you store it in the optimum conditions, such as our Lockable Grit Bin so it retains its effectiveness and stays dry and free-flowing.
|Application||Paths, steps, car parks, corrosion sensitive areas - Apply before or after onset ice/snow|
|Product Description||Ice Melt|
|Specifications / Characteristics||Can apply using salt spreaders|