Here at ECSmidlands we specialise in building cleaning and paint removal, We use machines called DOFF and TORC, These are specialised machines that are recommend by architects all over U.K and in country's where DOFF has made an impression!
DOFF System is unique in achieving a 150 degree temperature at the nozzle end – making it a ‘superheated water system’. Designed and developed to effectively remove dirt and grime without causing harm or shock to the substrate.
How the DOFF Works
DOFF cleans stonework and masonry using high-temperature steam.
Whilst the temperature in the system is high, the pressure on the surface being cleaned is very gentle and the volume of water is low. The surface is therefore not saturated and will be dry within minutes.
The steam/superheated water will remove paint, moss, algae, fungi and other biological matter and will also kill off spores. This means there’s then no need to use a chemical biocide during the removal process or as a protection against further biological activity.
0% Surface Damage
We recommend the DOFF for use on surfaces such as brick, stone, concrete, tiled (glazed and encaustic), wood, faience and terracotta.
The DOFF is also a useful sterilisation tool for kitchens, toilets, swimming pools, hospitals and factories.
Water Dispersed Per Minute
Gentle, Yet Remarkably Powerful
For the gentle removal of carbon sulphation, brittle paints, limescale and more. The TORC System is a complete stone cleaning system designed and sold exclusively by Stonehealth.
How the TORC Works
The TORC system creates a gentle swirling vortex using a mixture of low air pressure, little water and a safe inert fine granulate.
25L: Approximate water consumption per hour.
The Torc Head is modularised into separate components which results in an efficient and gentle swirling vortex using even less water and granulate than the original Jos system.
The removable nozzle cone can easily be changed so that a larger cone can be used to clean large areas such as ashlar or a smaller nozzle cone can be used for more intricate detail such as an elaborate capital or rustications.