FUSION, our line of organic de-icing and anti-icing (DLA) liquids, provides a high level of safety on our roads while reducing corrosion compared to other products on the market.

Our products are derived from sugar beets using our patented process of alkaline degradation of sugars to increase the ionic strength of the solution, significantly increasing its melting value. Our Fusion line does not contain any calcium or magnesium. Fusion will reduce labor and materials costs and it is effective down to temperatures of -300C.

Fusion De-Icer

Even in the harshest of Canadian winters, using our products will reduce the impact on the environment while maintaining the desired levels of service. Fusion 2350 liquid is applied directly on the road (even up to five days) before an ice or snow event. Anti-icing is a pro-active approach that prevents the formation of ice on the surface. This results in a reduction of accidents and permits us to completely remove snow and ice with each pass of the snow-plow. Liquids stick to the road bed compared to granular salt which ends up being dispersed and harming our environment. Each application of Fusion can also reduce chlorides by up to 85% and fewer applications will be required.

Reduce Labor and Material Costs

De-IcingAmerican Cities and counties have reported that every ton of liquid de-icer used before the storm can save four tons of product used during and after the storm. Without the chance to bond to concrete and asphalt surfaces, snowfalls are much easier to remove and the roads are safer, even before the plows clear the snow. The use of Fusion Anti-Icing Liquid provides a benefit of a residual effect which cannot be achieved using dry material. Applied ahead of a winter storm, Fusion Anti-Icing Liquid stays effective as an anti-icer for multiple days without the mess of dry material. When the forecasted weather event arrives, Fusion will be right where you need it instead of being swept to the side of the road as is the case of granular ice melters.

LEED Credits

Our clients receive LEED credits when using our liquid anti-icing products. Contact us for more information.

Reduce the Impact on the Environment

We are finally able to reduce the harm we do to our environment while maintaining the desired levels of service on our roads, sidewalks, and parking lots – and we can do this even at temperatures as low as -300C!

  • FUSION CONTAINS LESS SALT
    One application of Fusion liquid contains 85% less salt compared to an application of granular products. It remains on the surface longer and is more efficient which will reduce the frequency of required subsequent applications. One lane-kilometer requires only 45L of Fusion 2350 which translates into no more than 8kg of salt. Compare this with 80 – 120kg of salt needed to perform an application of granular salt. Each application of Fusion can reduce chlorides by up to 85% and fewer applications will be required.
  • FEWER APPLICATIONS ARE REQUIRED
    Our anti-icing liquids adhere to the roads and sidewalks thereby drastically reducing the amount of salt that ends up being dispersed into the surrounding environment. Fusion 2350 liquid is applied directly on the road (even up to five days) before an ice or snow event. Anti-icing is a pro-active approach that prevents the formation of ice on the surface. This results in a reduction of accidents and permits us to completely remove snow and ice with each pass of the snow-plow. Liquids stick to the road bed compared to granular salt that ends up being dispersed off the road and harming our environment.

Benefits and Advantages

  • Efficient to -300C
  • Reduces applications required
  • Reduces chlorides by up to 85% per application
  • Receive LEED credits
  • No magnesium or calcium
  • 100% organic and biodegradable
  • Less corrosive than other products in industry
  • Greatly reduces environmental impact
  • Best residual effect (stays 5 to 7 days)
  • Does not dilute quickly – less risk of re-freeze (compared to salt and other products)
  • Best flexibility (all our products are derived from same base concentrate)