Weather is getting colder, are you ready for that first winter blast?

 Calcium Chloride with BOOST

BOOST adds a synergistic value to the inhibitor package and may be used in harmony with higher concentrations of anti-icers without causing precipitation or stratification.

  • Calcium Chloride with BOOST allows for lower application rates and slow the dilution rate for increased operation efficiencies.
  • Calcium Chloride with BOOST requires no filtering. It is a free-flowing material that will not plug spray nozzles. You will see no material fallout in the tank and it stays in suspension while stored over long periods of time and in colder climates.
  • Calcium Chloride with BOOST is readily available in bulk quantities.
  • Calcium Chloride with BOOST meets the Qualified Products List for the Pacific Northwest Snowfighters Organization. Recent testing of  Calcium Chloride with BOOST resulted in a 84% reduction in corrosion than that of Nacl. PNS specifications call for a minimum reduction of 70%.
  • Calcium Chloride with BOOST can be effectively used in bridge systems without plugging smaller nozzles.
  • Calcium Chloride with BOOST is an excellent choice for pre-wetting salt and sand. Field testing by Transportation agencies on salt that has been pre-wet at the spinner show reductions in corrosion of 60% to 70%.


For MSDS and more information. 



About Dave Budd

Vice President of Product Development and Marketing, Great Lakes Chloride, Inc. Serving Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Kentucky. Retired Michigan DOT, October 2010 after 32 years experience in Maintenance/Operations. Specializing in winter operations and liquid de-icers and anti-icers.
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