Vacuum-Freeze Drying at SERVPRO of Northern Rhode Island
When your Smithfield business documents are wet and hard to read as a result of storm damage from the night before, you need to dry and restore them to get your business running normally.
Vacuum Freeze Drying
You might ask, how do you go about drying your materials after a water or storm damage? At SERVPRO of Northern Rhode Island we take care of your belongings because they have value to YOU. We have special drying protocol that has been proven effective.
When you have documents and files that need drying, they are sent to the SERVPRO corporate warehouse. Your items are protected in the warehouse with 24/7 video surveillance monitoring. Anyone who enters the Drying Chamber Facility must sign in and out upon when entering and leaving. At SERVPRO of Northern Rhode Island guarantees fast and efficient service. We understand that these documents are precious to you.
Vacuum freeze drying is a technique used where the moist documents are frozen then dried with vacuums. The goal is sublimation, which is the conversion of a solid to a gas without hitting the liquid stage. The document is frozen then the vacuum converts the ice into water vapor.
QUESTION ---> What does the SERVPRO Document Restoration Team and the Library of Congress have in common?
Answer ---> We dry books the same exact way to get them restored.
The SERVPRO Drying Team Offers:
- Refile jacketing
- Gamma irradiation (for document contamination)
- General drying