- Only trained and licensed applicators can use the proprietary DMA technology.
- The work area is prepared by protecting building components with plastic sheeting and by providing ventilation to protect human being and the environment.
- Customized application equipment is used to produce a DMA foam that is spray-applied to the asbestos-containing substrate. The foam is produced using a compressed-air powered pump and an in-line liquid/air mixer. Foam flows into a dispending nozzle which is held by the applicator approximately a foot from the target area.
- Several layers of foam are typically applied to obtain the necessary DMA dosage. Each layer of foam is absorbed completely into the substrate before the subsequent foam layer is applied. The DMA dosage depends upon the thickness and asbestos content of the material being treated.
- As the final step in the process, a surface coating can be applied to provide a durable, attractive surface for the non-asbestos material remaining in place. However, environmental measurement should be conducted to confirm the safety of the area.
Refer to the DMA Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for important information regarding proper handling, storage and physical properties.
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