Author Archives: JustinM

DryWave Air Dryer

November 18th, 2011 | Posted by JustinM in Winterizing - (Comments Off on DryWave Air Dryer)

During the fall, winter, and spring months, when humidity is high and the temperatures are low, the DryWave Air Dryer is truly a necessity. Mold and mildew thrive whenever water or moisture is present, particularly in spaces with little or no airflow. We cannot ever completely rid the air of mold or the mold spores …
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Dock De-icer Zinc Anodes

October 28th, 2011 | Posted by JustinM in Deicer & Ice Eater Units - (Comments Off on Dock De-icer Zinc Anodes)

“Galvanic corrosion” is a term that refers to the connection between two different metals that are connected either physically or electrically, and submerged in a saltwater environment. It is both a natural occurrence in nature and a common problem in the marine industry, affecting de-icers as well as propellers and rudders, boat hulls, outboard and …
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Mounting a Dock De-icer to your Dock

October 25th, 2011 | Posted by JustinM in Deicer & Ice Eater Units - (Comments Off on Mounting a Dock De-icer to your Dock)

There are many factors to consider when installing a de-icer – Is this body of water subject to frequent water level changes? Where is ice most likely to form? Where will my dock be most affected by ice formation? Depending on your answers, your de-icer installation could be entirely different than your neighbor’s. Luckily, our …
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How a Dock Deicer can Prevent Damage to your Dock

October 21st, 2011 | Posted by JustinM in Deicer & Ice Eater Units | Docking & Anchoring - (Comments Off on How a Dock Deicer can Prevent Damage to your Dock)

There are a number of factors that can affect the ice formation around your dock – temperature, cloud cover, sunlight, snowfall, wind and water level changes. All of these factors play key roles in the strength, direction, and force at which ice can impact your dock. And although none of these factors can be predicted, …
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