Use Ice Melt and other Snow Melting Winter Products
to prevent accidents
Prevent slips, trips and falls from happening around your facility with ice melt from Seton. There are many different types of ice melt to use in the de-icing process, including calcium chloride, magnesium chloride, and rock salt. Be sure you pick up an ice melt scoop and an ice melt spreader to evenly distribute the ice melt around your facility, then just sit back and watch the snow melt.
Ice melts are conveniently packaged so they can easily be stored. You can also purchase outdoor storage containers to keep all your ice melt safe and dry.
Unfortunately, if you wait until after the storm to stock up on supplies, you could find yourself knee-deep in snow, and trouble. Load up now and avoid getting caught off guard.
With so many different options of ice melt, how do you know what’s the best type for you?
Calcium chloride ice melt is considered to be one of the most effective and powerful tools for melting ice. At 90% calcium chloride, this product penetrates snow and ice up to 3 times faster than the competition. It's perfect for use on steps, sidewalks, driveways and parking lots. However, prolonged exposure can lead to health issues. Be sure to use an ice melt scoop and gloves when handling this product.
If you're looking for an environmentally friendly option, take a look at magnesium chloride ice melt. It contains no hazardous components, which means it's safe for use on concrete and vegetation. It also requires fewer applications than normal rock salt, so it's also friendly to your budget.
If you're looking for an economical choice to make snow melt, you should look into rock salt. Also known as sodium chloride, this type of ice melt is the most simple, as well as the cheapest option on the market. It's a great solution for creating traction on roadways, driveways and walkways.
Seton's new line of winter products is your one-stop to purchase all these items, and so much more. Get prepared today, so you're not caught off guard the next time it snows.