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CapSure Pure

6968 Professional Parkway
Sarasota
Florida
34240
US
Contact Person: Lloyd Ludlow
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Phone: +1-612-206-4551

The future of particulate encapsulation

CapSure are a leading provider of next-generation products, formulated to support the reduction in human and environmental impacts associated with the management of hazardous materials. 

By analysing and assessing product advancement within the wider engineering landscape, we are able to adapt manufacturing techniques and bring products to market that have the capability to drastically reduce the occupational and environmental health impacts associated with carcinogens and contaminants such as asbestos, mould and other toxins.

CapSure Pure is the next evolution in creating safer working environments during hazardous material control. Combining significant product advancement with our patented foam-based delivery system, CapSure Pure provides it’s users with the opportunity to be at the very forefront of best- practice remediation techniques.

CapSure Clean has been formulated to support the safe remediation of asbestos and to effectively reduce airborne contaminants during demolition and remediation works. CapSure Clean is the only fibre suppressant available with the capability to provide clients, contractors and authorities with real-time tracking of its waste transfer cycle.

CapSure Dissolve has been specially formulated to safely and efficiently remove bitumen adhesives, coatings and residual contaminants without the need for mechanical aid. It’s patent-protected formula and process has been developed to provide contractors and property stakeholders with the ability to create safer environments, free of adaptation constraints and eradicating problematic legacy issues.

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