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Although many domestic snow and ice clearance problems can be addressed with salt-based products, industrial situations require a more specialised, non-corrosive deicer solution. OMEX manufactures and supplies a comprehensive range of non-corrosive deicing products. This selection of non-hazardous, non-toxic materials includes everything from liquid deicers for roads and bridges, to solid granular deicers for use in areas with limited access and spreading issues.

What is it

OMEX manufactures and supplies an advanced range of non-toxic, non-corrrosive and non-hazardous liquid and solid deicers.

Why and when to use it

Liquid deicers are the most widely used form of non-corrosive deicers. Especially on larger areas such as airport runways due to rapid and accurate application. OMEX also supply solid granular deicers for easy application in difficult to reach areas and in amenity areas, where conventional salt can cause damage to plants and structures.

What to expect

A range of deicers for the prevention of ice and deicers which are non-corrosive to buildings and structures unlike the conventional use of salt.

Dr.-Ing. Friedmann
Our long-lasting and trustful relationship with OMEX enables us to focus on the challenges of our business. Dr.-Ing. Friedmann

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