2. What's Disaster Recovery
  3. Spread of Damage After Disaster

What's Disaster Recovery

Spread of Damage After Disaster

Stop the damage extension after the disasters

Fire Case:
Various PVC products such as cables are burnt in most fire cases. The smoke contains chloride compound originated from the PVC, which travels through the air and contaminated the surrounding facility. Firefighting water or extinguisher also accelerates corrosion. As a consequence, seemingly intact equipment that survived the fire start to break down in a few weeks.

RecoveryPRO uses Quick Test (QT) kit to inspect equipment on affected site and assess these hidden invisible risks. Based on the inspection report, we offer a recovery plan to minimize the damages to the customer’s properties. Our recovery service will bring them back to the condition before disaster struck, by utilizing combined technologies such as specially developed original cleaning agents for soot and rust removal and equipment, and tools.

Water Case:
Flooded or sunk in water (or sea water), factories and facilities are already put in dangerous situation. Once soaked in water, the interior and exterior of machinery and equipment face high risk of corrosion. Not only will the machine turn rusty, the electrical components inside the machine are also corroding. Mold will develop in buildings that have been left in wet condition for weeks. This can be a health risk to humans.

We clean up equipment and building to quickly and effectively with high-pressure washing machine and reduce the humidity with powerful dehumidifiers.