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DBK Performance Dry Out Equipment

Category: Mitigation

Principal Author(s): Mark Whatley, Seth Harrison

Key Contributor(s): David Mattioli, Alan James, Dan Smith, Jakob Hibbard

AI Board Approval: 05/03/2017

Last Update: 04/20/2021

Tags: DBK, Drying, Drying Mats, Drymatic II, Equipment, Floor, Heat, Octopus., Performance, System, Thermal, Wall

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This assumes a multi-level Class 3 | CAT 1 water loss. DBK performance drying equipment was exclusively employed (Power Distribution Boxes notwithstanding). The project required extensive remote monitoring. The sensors that were deployed on the second level were unable to connect to the primary gateway located on the first floor. In response to this, a secondary gateway was deployed upstairs, flanked by 6 auxiliary sensors.

Ultimately the performance drying was successful in its efforts to mitigate additional damages and manage the overarching claim cost (assumes a substantial reduction in the repair scope).
This Insight Sheet exists to clarify how one might invoice for a DBK Drymatic System.

The AI Board remains keen to highlight the fact that certain Wall/Floor Mats Systems require varying quantities of Boost Boxes & Air Movers, please see the DBK Quick Reference Guide.

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1 Comment(s)

Haris Khan Posted 3 years ago


3 thoughts on “DBK Performance Dry Out Equipment

  1. Sarah W.

    Have you have had a look at the new equipment that they launched in Q2 2017?

  2. Seth H.

    Yes, we are working with DBK and Xactware stakeholders to update the sheet for the 2018 publication.