Environments requiring rapid and effective ice control without the risk of corrosion, such as airport runways, must be treated with specialist non-corrosive deicing products.

Runway deicers by OMEX are developed and manufactured for optimum performance and minimum environmental impact.

Plane taking off from a snowy airport

Runway deicer products

Whichever type of runway deicer is the most appropriate for a particular airport, OMEX’s selection of products incorporates both liquid and solid options suitable for most aviation facilities.

The market leading Isomex range of runway deicers is preferred by many civil and military airports throughout Europe for its ease of use and superior speed of action.

Manufactured and tested in line with the latest aerospace industry standards, OMEX’s acetate based deicers for runways and airports are non-toxic, non-hazardous and of course, non-corrosive.

Performance and benefits

To minimise the risk of damage to vehicles, structures and surfaces and to safeguard the smooth running of airports during wintry or freezing conditions, quick and efficient control of ice is paramount.

Liquid runway deicers are most widely used due to their accuracy of application and faster results where ice or frost has already bonded to the surface.

Naturally, in an airport environment, safety is the most critical concern – both in terms of airport staff and plane passengers – but OMEX runway deicers have been developed to offer added value benefits.

All products are developed with lessening environmental impact as a key consideration – and by reducing downtime and waste product generation, the OMEX runway deicers generate operational cost savings for airports.

Browse our runway deicer range or contact us to discuss your requirements


Cryotech NAAC®

A prilled non-corrosive deicer.


A glycol based deicer used in airports.


A granular non-corrosive deicer.

Isomex 3

A potassium acetate liquid deicer which offers longer holdover.


Maintaining safe conditions for railway customers is vital throughout the winter.