PREVENTING
LONG-TERM
DAMAGE WHILE
IMPROVING THE
AESTHETIC

Today, the techniques and technology preserving our historic structures must perform well while also protecting the environment. Facade cleaning is less about cleaning the surface for aesthetic reasons and more about removing pollutants and contaminants to prevent long-term damage to the structure.

The ROTEC® VORTEX Cleaning System uses extremely low air pressure from 10 to 35 psi mixed with water that can be precisely regulated within the range of 1 to 15 gallons per hour and mixed with extremely fine micro-abrasive powders, selected exactly to suit the low-pressure technique. This process is an extremely gentle, cost-effective cleaning method that does not require the use of any harsh or harmful chemicals. The ROTEC® VORTEX Cleaning system is a proven method that gently lifts away dirt, leaving the beauty and character of the original surface intact. This unique cleaning process is not only mild, but it is also nontoxic.

The ROTEC® VORTEX nozzle works by projecting a low-pressure vortex of micro-abrasive media, air, and water in a swirling motion to gently lift away years of accumulated and unwanted pollutants and contaminants without affecting the substrate.

The QUINTEK-certified micro-abrasive media is consistent in particle size, shape, and hardness, and is non-toxic. In addition, the medias contain no free silicates or damaging salts, and are noncarcinogenic.

FOR ARCHITECTS,
ENGINEERS,
CONSULTANTS,
CONSERVATORS,
AND OWNERS:

  • You can test the effectiveness of our products and services before fully investing in the systems by ordering a mock-up.
    HERE
  • You can become a QUINTEK-certified contractor.
    Register for a training workshop
    HERE
  • You can re-certify your employees and maintain your status as a QUINTEK-certified contractor.
    Register for a training workshop
    HERE

BEFORE                                          AFTER

BEFORE // AFTER

FOR
TECHNICAL
INFORMATION

“The new objective of cleaning is to remove unsightly stains and soiling that interferes with the visual perception of the structure.”