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Super-heated steam cleans the Cenotaph

Super-heated steam cleans the Cenotaph

The ThermaTech equipment from Restorative Techniques was used to clean the Cenotaph, a tall stone war memorial in Whitehall, London.

Cleaning of the Cenotaph has to be regularly carried out, and it needs to be given an extra clean as part of the general preparations for the annual Remembrance Day Ceremony. This must be done to exacting standards while preserving the integrity of the stone.

The ThermaTech equipment from Restorative Techniques was used by skilled and experienced personnel from DBR (London) Limited to clean off accumulated road grime and atmospheric pollutants.

Super-heated steam was delivered by a lance, as can be seen in the photographs, to leave the stonework in an exemplary state. It is fortunate that there is generous space on both sides of the Cenotaph on which to site the cleaning vehicle and the ThermaTech equipment. The cleaning is usually carried out early in the morning before the space gets filled up with other service providers associated with the ceremonial preparations.

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Restorative Techniques Ltd

Restorative Techniques Ltd

Restorative Techniques is an innovative supplier and manufacturer of surface cleaning systems and products. Its technical expertise of materials and substrates is based both on professional knowledge and also long experience in the use of safe...
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