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Wolf Disaster Services


Rich Murray’s Wolf Disaster Services prides itself on investing in the newest technology and tools to get the most efficient results in the Water, Fire and Mold Damage restoration industry. The tools below are just a snapshot of what could be used in performing a remediation from a burst pipe, flooded basement, sewage backup, toilet overflow, crawlspace flood, oil soot puffback, mold or fungus contamination or fire and smoke restoration project.

Borescope – digital camera on snake style tubing that can see behind closed walls, under cabinetry, HVAC ductwork and under stairwells. Avoids unnecessary structure damage and provides insight into damage not easily seen.

Digital Moisture Probe – as penetrating pins with an audible and visible signal. It detects moisture above the 17-19% and helps to determine the perimeter of water intrusion

Thermo-hygrometer-determines temperature and RH and helps further determine humidity ratio (GPP), dewpoint and vapor pressure. This meter is also used to see if suitable dehumidification conditions exist or were achieved and maintained.

Infrared Cameras- handheld camera that quickly scans large areas of a building to detect temperature differentials of surfaces. They do not measure moisture, only evaporative cooling temperatures.

Anemometer – Measures air velocity to ensure air movers provide adequate volume across wet materials.

Monometer – Instrument that uses a column of liquid to measure pressure. Traditionally used in Mold remediation containment chambers to monitor negative air pressure, and assure exhaust of contaminants.

Air Scrubber – Tool used for air pollution control that can remove particulates and/or gases from industrial exhaust streams (fire, smoke, odor, mold spores, fungi).

Negative Air Machine (NAM) – A form of air filtration device that works by pulling contaminated air (fire, smoke, odor, mold spores, fungi ) from the space requiring filtration through a series of filters, and then discharges the freshly filtered air either into the interior space of the building or to the exterior.

H.E.P.A. Vacuum – HEPA is an acronym for High Efficiency Particulate Air. HEPA vacuums are specialized vacuum cleaners that have the capacity to trap and filter a large amount of very small particulates from surfaces and keeps them contained for disposal. Non-specialized HEPA filtered vacuums (“shop-vacs” with HEPA) are not effective in the capture or containment of toxic contaminants like mold spores and airborne fungi.

Dehumidifier – Commercial equipment used to reduce humidity levels in the air.

Air Mover – General term for various industrial grade fans that work to create pressure differentials needed to help turn water into vapor for easier removal wet structures.

Water Extraction Equipment – This can include directly applied pumps, truck mounted hoses, specialized mats that remove water from plaster, hardwood floors, ceramic and porcelain tiles. Self-propelled equipment such as the “Xtreme Xtractor” or “Rover” are used to remove water from carpeting and absorbent flooring substrates.

Thermal Dry Foggers - A versatile odor control application tool, produces a true “dry fog” with a particle size similar to that found in smoke. Small particle size allows complete penetration of contaminated surfaces as well as reduction of airborne odor particles. The fog produced by the Thermo-Gen follows the same path as smoke and odors, reaching into cracks, crevices and voids

Hydroxyl - Removes odors, kills germs, and cleans the air. Unlike OZONE this product is 100% safe to run in inhabited areas.

Ozone Generator - They produce ozone electronically from oxygen in the air. Eliminates odors electronically, retards bacterial growth, Rapid removal of odors. No humans or animals can be present when in use.

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