Mold Pumping

What is the process of mold pumping?

The purpose of mold pumping is to rid a property of unwanted mold and bacteria. Mold can become a serious problem in homes especially if you or members of your family are allergic to it. There are actually some molds that are not dangerous but most have an odor that can be very annoying and can create health issues. These health issues include allergies, asthma and other respiratory problems. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms it is important to have a mold specialist come and test the air quality of your home.

If mold remediation or removal cannot be completed then it is time to call a mold specialist who can help you with what is needed.

What is the purpose of mold pumping?

The purpose of the mold pump is to recycle the contaminated soil. This process uses what is known as a closed system. What is meant by this is that the contaminated soil does not mix with the fresh or raw plastic which is then sent through a vacuum system. The result is that the mold spores which are in the soil are removed from the air and recycled back into the environment. The purpose of this is to slow down the reproduction process.

How does mold pumping work?

The process also involves mixing the contaminated soil with a material such as sand or drywall to change the consistency of the mixture. The goal of doing this is to make it more permeable so that the mold spores that are in it can escape out into the air. The difference between the mold contaminated soil and the fresh or raw plastic is the permeability. The lamonica says that if you are working with a permeable material such as sand or drywall then you should use a pump.

The purpose of the homo pumping and other types of dung scratching or worm gurgling processes is to create an environment where mold can grow on a surface but will be kept in check. In other words, it creates an ideal place for mold growth. It is like having a farm. This process has been utilized by the Chinese for quite some time now. However, it was only with the invention of the electric engine that it became practical for widespread use.

Now that we have an understanding of what the process is and what the intent is, we can take a look at the way in which this product is used. The way in which the product is used is that it contains mold spores in it. Once the mold spores are mixed into the product it becomes a homogenous product. In other words, there is no mold spores in the air.

So how is this done?

The process works in a simple manner. The pump moves the product through a dielectric chamber where the product is coated with the molding material. Once the product has made it way through the dielectric chamber and into the lamonica machine, the machine sprays the molding material onto the mold.

The molding material is sprayed onto the mold as it is being pressed into the mold. Then the mold machine turns on and begins molding the product into a solid. Once the molding process is over the pressurized air & mold are removed and the product drops into the lamonica drum. Finally, the drum is removed and the mold is removed from the drum, and the molding process is complete.