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Bridgepoint introduces tes to drying society

December 8, 2005
Bridgepoint introduces tes to drying society



Bridgepoint Systems recently unveiled the power of its thermal energy system, or tes, at a demonstration at The National Center for Advanced Training in Anniston, Ala. More than 50 invited guests observed the system, which utilizes the Reets Evaporation Method, at work in the front of the center's flood house, while the back of the house was dried according to IICRC standards using traditional equipment.

"The purpose of this training is to show that the Reets Evaporation Method system, a generic scientific method, works in the real world," Doyle Bloss, Bridgepoint vice president of education and technical resources, said. "It gives attendees a chance to be part of the drying job, using the tes technology, and show it can really dry out a structure faster."