Chloride analysis is the sampling and testing for the presence of chloride ions caused by the contamination process. These assessments are extremely important because they help to map the levels of contamination throughout a property and give stakeholders a realistic idea of secondary/contamination damages after a fire. As soon as AREPA can arrive to a loss, our team of project managers conduct a detailed inspection of the site and chemical analyses are performed to determine the extent of the resultant chemical contamination. While it varies by type of equipment, typical contamination levels that require immediate action are around 6-14 µg Cl-/ cm². We respond as quickly as possible and have teams available 24/7. The data collected during these initial assessments serves as the foundation for many of the recovery and risk assessment activities.
InsuranceIndustrial & ManufacturingData CentersWind Turbines & Renewable EnergyMarine & OffshoreHealthcareEducation
We assist insurers and adjusters on small or large cases to restore equipment back to pre-loss condition, ultimately, saving clients time and money.
Industrial & Manufacturing
We offer reconditioning and decontamination of specialized equipment. We understand industrial machinery and the costs and learning curves associated with new equipment.
We restore data centers based on the most cost effective measures, including an analysis of restore vs. replace.
Wind Turbines & Renewable Energy
Our team has successfully managed hundreds of projects on a wide range of makes and models, in over 60 countries around the globe, for more than 40 years.
Marine & Offshore
Our experts have been called in to assist with marine cases of all sizes, from small ships to some of the largest in the world.
Our engineers and technicians, many from the biomedical field, have provided guidance on recertification and reconditioning of medical equipment losses across the globe.
We work with all involved parties to mitigate loss after an incident as quickly as possible and get school back in session.
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