Our Equipment

 

ORS has the best tools for the job. Our staff are regularly trained in the latest restoration technology. Including:

PREDATOR® Rotational Molded Portable Air Scrubber

A new addition to Okanagan Restoration Services arsenal, The PRED600 Mini-Predator is the world’s lightest and smallest portable air scrubber. It is virtually indestructible, and delivers an incredible peak airflow rating. When in the hands of a professional restorer, this piece of equipment can do amazing work. Predator Portable Air Scrubber

Abatement PAS1800

This portable air scrubber is one of our most frequently used pieces of equipment. The Abatement PAS1800 can literally provide millions of hours of service on both commercial and residential jobs, and is portable and lightweight, providing supreme cleaning power Abatement PAS1800

Air Injectors

Directs warm, dried air into wall cavities and enclosed areas like ceilings, walk out attics and joist spaces. Effectively eliminates hidden pockets of moisture in hard-to-reach areas. Air Injectors

Air Movers

Specially designed air moving equipment is used to circulate air in order to evaporate water from wet surfaces. These multi-speed fans create rapid air movement which is key to the drying process. Air Movers

Deodorizing Equipment

Ozone generators, Ultra Violet Decontaminators, Vapour Sharks, Thermo Foggers, and Fresh-scent wafers. Deodorizing Equipment

Dessicant Dehumidifiers

A specialized type of dehumidifier, using silica gel to help remove moisture, this unit also blows dry air back into areas to be dried. We primarily use the dessicant to aid in removing tricky pockets of moisture which are hidden or absorbed by structural materials (ie. beneath hardwood flooring). Under proper conditions this piece of equipment can speed the drying process immensely. Dessicant Dehumidifier

FLIR Digital Thermography Technology

This piece of technology separates Okanagan Restoration Services from the pack. The FLIR infared camera allows us to properly pinpoint sources of heat and areas of moisture, thus eliminating other destructive and more time-consuming methods. This camera is used almost every day on the job. FLIR Logo

Flood Vans

State of the art equipment adorns our emergency flood vehicle. The flood technicians vehicle is designed for a quick response, day or night with all necessary equipment. No time wasted here! Time wasted in water extraction can lead to excessive cost of repair. We get the water out fast with a PTO driven extractor/carpet cleaning plant mounted in the cargo area of a 3/4 van. This machine can remove hundreds of gallons of water in minutes or clean the most delicate upholstery in experienced hands. Flood Van

LGR Dehumidifiers

In the hands of a skilled technician, these units can remove up to 150 pints of water in 24 hours from a saturated area. The dehumidifier captures the evaporated moisture in the air and condenses it on cooling coils to be pumped away. When supported by air movers, the dehumidifier greatly reduces the drying time, the risk of damage to hygroscopic contents and structural materials, and the chances of microbial growth. LGR Dehumidifiers

Moisture Detection Meters

We employ the use of several types of moisture meters and detectors to properly determine the location and concentration of moisture in the air and within structural building components. The smaller unit tests for moisture through walls (including vapor barrier) floor and ceiling surfaces. Not only does it test for moisture, but without leaving a mark on any surface. Moisture Detection Meters

ODOROX Boss Odor Processor

The Boss, a new restoration technology, can deodorize and decontaminate up to 2,000 sq. ft. and is equipped with a variable speed control and hour metre. This multi-use technologically advanced piece of equipment will eliminate odours caused by fire, flood, chemical spills, grey water, protein fires, mold and mildew. ODOROX Boss Odor Processor

Dry Ice Blasters

Another piece of equipment unique to Okanagan Restoration Services, the Wickens Dry Ice Machine uses pellets made through a process of taking Liquid Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and expanding it to produce a snow like substance, that is compressed through a die to make hard Dry Ice Pellets.

These Dry Ice Pellets are then propelled at a supersonic speed by a compressed air gun. Upon impact, the dry ice creates a micro-thermal shock (caused by the extreme cold temperature of -79º C), which breaks the bond between the coating and the substrate. The high pressure air stream removes the dirt from the surface, while the dry ice pellets vaporize (sublimate) before your eyes.

Dry Ice Blasters
 

"I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude for all the hard work and masterful organization that Okanagan Restoration displayed. You can not imagine how traumatic this flood was to me in the beginning. I never thought that it would ever be right again. From my first phone call it was like calling an ambulance. Quick and efficient response. Everyone of your staff was hardworking and meticulous and went out of their way to create the least amount of disruption and inconvenience as possible. I truly can not believe how clean you kept the work site. I wanted to give you a report card to let you know how you performed. 1) Communication 10 out of 10 (Thanks Laura...Daily update that was great I truly felt I was part of the project) 2) Quality of Workmanship 10 out of 10 (I am delighted to say the least) 3) Accomodating...another 10 out of 10 (Laura thanks for that last minute flooring change, you were all over that in seconds and pulled it off. Big smile on my face on that part) 4) Cleaning..a Huge 10 out of 10 (Thank you!!! It made a very dark time and turned it into a Sunny Day) 5) Qulaity of Staff 10 out of 10 (Thanks Grant!! You did a Superior Job. I still can't believe you pulled it off) 6) Project Management 10 out of 10 (Thanks Gary, another Superior Job. I feel guilty that my place is twice as nice as when this whole thing happened) 7) Overall Job 10 out of 10 Everything from the movers to the Trades people. I applaud you. Looks like a perfect 10 out of 10 score to me. If you are looking for a recommendation in the future please allow me to sing your accolades. I think I was extremely lucky when I chose Okanagan Restoration. Now I know differently, that there was no luck involved, you are just a Superior Company in All Aspects. Thank You"

Laurie Robinson
Kelowna, BC

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