Bolden’s HydroLab Under Construction
One of the houses will have the pad removed and dried using conventional methods, while the other house will be extracted and dried with the in place using top-down, or Vortex drying, the company says. The rooms have been designed with partial clear Lexan walls so work can be monitored from the classroom. Additional features include: specially designed incubators for studying mold; sensors placed in difficult-to-dry areas; and on on-site microbiologist to run continuous tests each time the buildings are flooded.
Other sections of the HydroLab will be dedicated to the study of any and all equipment used in the restoration field. The grand opening has been scheduled for mid-summer.