Cryotech NAAC® Runway Technical Information

Proper Use of Cryotech E36 and NAAC - In certain conditions, E36 may be used with NAAC to assist with breaking heavy pack. After holes are formed by NAAC, E36 is applied over the top and thereby has a direct route to the pavement surface. This dual application speeds the deicing process. Contact Cryotech for the full version of technical bulletin.

Proper Storage for Cryotech NAAC Solid Deicer - Adequate storage ensures enough NAAC is available and in the condition to fight winter storms. There should be storage room for half of the average winter's requirement, because replenishment can be difficult during stormy weather. Contact Cryotech for the full version of technical bulletin.

Material Information Anhydrous Sodium Acetate Deicers - Customers frequently ask questions about solid deicer in regards to storage, handling, and application equipment. There are technical differences between sodium acetate deicers from various producers, usually in the formulation - anhydrous vs. trihydrate. Therefore, some differences in material issues are expected. Contact Cryotech for the full version of technical bulletin.

Airport Application and Product Handling Guidelines - Cryotech NAAC is pelleted 97% anhydrous sodium acetate - a low corrosion, environmental alternative to ordinary deicers like glycols, chlorides and urea. NAAC is certified to FAA-approved SAE AMS 1431 specification for use on runways and ramps. NAAC is also selected for other applications when a low corrosion, environmentally friendly deicer is preferred. NAAC is effective to 0° F  (-18° C). It works faster than ordinary deicers because it absorbs water quickly and easily. This characteristic requires care in storage, always keep NAAC covered and in the original package until use. Contact Cryotech for the full version of technical bulletin.