Wondering What Ice Melt is Made From and When to Use it?
If you are wondering what Ice Melt is made from, what ingredients and when to use it, Rock Salt and Ice Control HQ is glad to be helpful to you.
Ice Melt is widely respected by Ice Control professionals when temperatures dip below 20 degrees Fahrenheit and for use on surfaces that may be sensitive to the use of Rock Salt. Rock Salt is a very economical ice melt and de-icing solution, and is very capable to 20 degrees Fahrenheit.
Ice Melt – Friendlier for Many Surfaces, the Environment & Pets
Ice Melt is friendlier to concrete and wood surfaces, along with vegetation and pets. Available in a range of concentrations, Ice Melt is typically comprised of Magnesium Chloride and / or Calcium Chloride. Ice Melt comprised of Magnesium Chloride is very capable in melting ice to negative 13 degrees Fahrenheit. In contrast, Ice Melters comprised of Calcium Chloride is extremely capable in melting ice in temperatures down to negative 25 degrees Fahrenheit.
Which Ice Melt Product is Best for You?
If you need advice on which Ice Melt product is right for you, the Duke Company has proudly been serving Ice Control professionals since 2004. We carry a range of products that are available at the best prices in New York state and we are able to quote economical shipping options for bulk ice melt orders, wholesale ice melt, pallets of ice melt and bags of ice melting crystals and pellets. We would be glad to be of service.
To speak with the Duke Company’s Ice Control experts, Call Us: 585-496-4ROC (762).