How To Use Dry Ice Machines To Eliminate Black Mold

Killing Black Mold With Our Newest Tool

Our newest addition to Noxon Tools inventory is the the i³ MicroClean dry ice blasting system by Microclean. This is one incredible dry ice blasting machine.

By using dry ice to blast chronic mold growth it is possible to kill even the toughest mold spores that you may encounter.

One of our recent contractors in Boston, The Mold Authority has been using this Microclean machine with amazing results. They say that it has completely transformed the way the conduct their business when removing mold in Boston MA.

When it comes to mold remediation here’s something to always remember. Mold is a part of the natural environment, and can be found everywhere, indoors and outdoors. Mold is not usually a problem, unless it begins growing indoors. The best way to control mold growth is to control moisture. The best way to remove it is with a dry ice blasting machine.

Recent Cumming Ga Retaining Wall Construction and the Tools Used

When constructing a residential or commercial retaining wall, there are many aspects that come into the mind of the designer. First, this wall has to be good looking and also add some beauty into the whole landscape. Also, these walls have to be durable and considerably strong in order to ensure of their long service life. This will also reduce the amount of maintenance and in the overall the cost is reduced.

Construction of residential retaining walls requires the usage of a number of accessories and tools that will make work easier and accurate. These accessories are also meant to achieve efficiency in the overall work done. Some of these accessories include:


This is a tool that is very efficient in the reinforcement of soils where shorter walls are to be constructed. Reinforcing the soil ensures that the wall while is to be constructed above will be more stable and strong too. This ensures that the wall does not collapse in case there is any impact or rather falls on its own. This was extremely important on this Cumming retaining wall project because the height of the all. A fallen wall much like the one was about to be on this job would require extra money for rebuilding and manpower as well. This fabric is quite affordable thus cost is not a challenge. Installation is also easy and simple. It is also readily available in the market in the form of roll sizes which are ready to be used.

Watch video below showing the Cumming wall in progress


Lifter – Heavy Equipment

This is a heavy equipment machine that makes work easier when lifting and placing units. This is done especially when the units are to be placed on the base course during the beginning of the construction. This tool has two prongs which are inserted into the holes of the units that are to be lifted. Lifting the handles of the lifter enables to secure it tightly to the unit which is to be placed. This makes it very easy to lift the unit, balance it and then place it accurately. This tool is available from Noxon Tools and can be obtained from them. In the photo above you see McCullough Landscaping using the Kabuto lifter they bought from Noxon Tools.

Concrete Adhesive

This component is designed to be used in joints where it is expected that there will be some structural movement. It is also ideal for use in the non-traffic bearing joints so as to make them stronger and able to resist impact. A single cartridge with this component is enough to be applied on an approximate linear length of 14 feet. This product is too available in the market in plenty. Grid This is a tool that is essential when one is constructing a wall that requires a geogrid in order to make the soil strong and stable too. This accessory is designed for durability and very long life of service. It contains woven polyester yarns which are coated using a polymeric coating. Retention walls which are constructed on grid reinforced soils can go up to the heights of about 50 feet.

Add Years To Your Commercial Metal Roof – Elastomeric Roof Coating

Elastomeric Roof Coating can add 10 or more years to your metal roof

Replacing a metal roof on any commercial or even a small personal tool shed can be extremely expensive and time consuming. However there is an option that can save your business or personal bank account a ton of money.

Have you ever considered keeping that old leaking metal roof and re-finishing it? If it’sroof-coating-sprayer not showing signs of advanced rust to the point that it’s integrity is compromised, then re-finishing it with Elastomeric Roof Coating may be your best option by far.

This will ad an additional 10 – 15 years life, and sometimes at the end of that time – if you applied it correctly, you can even re-finish again to gain another 8 – 10 years.

I’ve seen one roofing company in Shreveport La that specializes in this system save a lot of business owners tons of money. It’s a great thing to see a company that’s not only concerned about their bottom line but also wants to provide a service that is best for their customer.

Watch the video below to see this company in action

You have to use a heavy duty industrial sprayer to apply this type roof coating. They aren’t cheap but the money that can be made and saved in the long run will more than pay for the equipment!

I highly recommend considering this option before you start pulling screws and metal roof panels to replace your metal commercial roof. After all, it can give you an extra 10+ years before you’ll have to think about coming out of pocket for that really big hit.


Using Heavy Equipment To Build Retaining Walls

In order to be sure that you are able to get the most out of your heavy equipment use, you will need to learn some safety measures. These safety measures will help you out exponentially, whether you own an entire fleet of front end loaders, or are simply renting a piece of equipment for a temporary project. No matter the issue, the following safety steps will help you out greatly. Safety is important with any type of construction when using heavy equipment, but especially when using it to build retaining walls.

One of the first steps that you should keep in mind when using your heavy equipment to build a retention wall is to make sure that you are providing great drainage and compaction for the wall. The reason for this is that you increase the odds of having an equipment mishap if your walls are not solid and sturdy. You need to use the equipment to Backhoe Heavy Equipmentyour advantage by digging drainage ditches  that will help your wall stand up to any pressure. When doing this, you can rest assured that your wall will be built solidly and soundly. A high quality, soundly built wall will last a lifetime and also assist in getting referrals.

Another tip to keep in mind is to make sure that all of your employees are always using their safety equipment when operating heavy machinery. This means strapping on a hard hat and using goggles, in addition to having thick rubber shoes on your feet. When your crew is safe, you can make sure that your entire project is going well and without any safety hazards. A crew that is well aware of their safety and their surroundings will also be better stewards of the equipment that they are using. Because of this, you should always make sure that all safety standards are enforced which will help you take your business to the next level.

Another great tip to keep in mind when it comes to using your equipment when building a retaining wall is that you need the best possible professionals to manage equipment. By having sub par contractors use the equipment, you will get sub par performance out of the machines. However, if you put the best and brightest to work on the machinery, you can guarantee that your retaining wall be built to the best of your ability and that it will have excellent drainage and compaction systems in place. This will make your dollar go much further with any project and will assure you are doing every job to the highest standards.

Follow these tips and use them as you set out to build the strongest and best retaining wall possible.

Enjoy the video below from the folks at Kubota: