Morton® Safe-T-Power® Heavy Duty Ice Melt
When Mother Nature is at her worst, Morton® Safe-T-Power® is your best bet. Made with 100% calcium chloride, Morton® Safe-T-Power® generates heat the moment it comes in contact with ice and snow, and is proven to melt ice in temperatures as low as -25°F. Nothing else melts ice and snow in colder temperatures.
- 9 lb. jug
- 50 lb. bag
Morton® Safe-T-Power® delivers pure melting power that helps clear ice and snow in the most extreme winter conditions:
• Penetrates even thick ice fast to melt when you need it most.
• 100% calcium chloride formula melts faster and longer in extreme winter temperatures than traditional melting salt.
• Scientifically proven to melt ice and snow in sub-zero temperatures as low as -25°F
The ingredients in Morton® Safe-T-Power®:
• Calcium Chloride (CaCl2)
Traditional melting salt, or rock salt, has an effective melting temperature of around 5°F. Other substances, however, can effectively melt ice and snow in lower temperatures and so are used in more extreme weather. Morton® Safe-T-Power® is 100% Calcium Chloride which can melt in temperatures as low as -25°F. Nothing is known to melt in more extreme conditions, making Morton® Safe-T-Power® one of the most extreme snow and ice fighters available.
Apply ice melters (a.k.a deicers) before snow and ice accumulate. This will help prevent ice and snow from bonding with the pavement making it easier to remove in the long run.
• Choose Wisely
Choosing the right melter can help save time and money while reducing environmental impact. When temperatures drop below 5°F, melters that contain calcium chloride are best. These melters will clear thick ice and snow quickly in extreme temperatures to help prevent painful slip and fall accidents. In “normal” winter conditions, 5°F and above, choose a melter that contains an ingredient like urea or potassium. These ingredients melt effectively in these temperatures but are safer for people, plants and pets. For the safest melting around pets, choose a melter that is free of chlorides. For the safest melting around pets, choose a melter that is free of chlorides. See “Maximize Your Melting” for more information.
• Use Wisely
Newly laid and any poor quality concrete, regardless of age, are more susceptible to damage caused freeze-thaw cycles in the winter. You should only use ice melters on properly formulated, cured, air-entrained concrete that is at least one year old