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October, 2016 There are 5 posts in this archive

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Scope Fogging

posted on October 14, 2016 / IN Restoration / 0 Comments

Fire Incident caused by an air conditioner in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Smoke and Soot contaminated the client’s content, electrical & electronic appliances, ceiling, walls and hard floor. Whole area was affected by smoke and soot.

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NEW LIFE After Restoration

posted on October 14, 2016 / IN Restoration / 0 Comments

A fire and the smoke contamination that follows can be devastating. We work to quickly assess the damage and define what can be remedied and restored. We then proceed with the correct, most cost-effective course of action to repair and prevent future damage.We use a range of leading-edge technology to restore both the property and its contents.

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Forensic Investigation is the investigation of products, materials, structures, or compound that fail or do not function properly and, as a result of such malfunctions, cause personal injuries, property damage, or monetary losses to a business. This discipline involves retracing processes and procedures related to accidents in the operation of machinery, products, structures, or components.

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Persistence of ignitable liquid residues at fire scenes can challenge the most experienced fire investigator. The recovery of Ignitable liquid residue requires knowledge, experience, skill and a certain amount of luck. John has recently presented a paper titled "Fire Debris Collection for Instrumental Analysis" at "The Evidence Conference", delivered in Washington DC and this article aims to provide a summary of his paper.

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Dehumidification Process

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The basic functional principle of drying dehumidifier is really quite simple. A fan draws in humid air and carries it through a refrigerated evaporator. The air is cooled well below its dew point. The water condenses on the cold surface of the evaporator and drips into a water container or is led directly to a drain. Then the cold dry air continues through a hot condenser which heats it up and returns it to the room to pick up new humidity. This procedure is continued until the desired condition is achieved.

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