• The Countless Applications for Dry Ice (Part Two)

    The Countless Applications for Dry Ice (Part Two)

    The last article talked about some uses for dry ice throughout a variety of industries. Among other things, dry ice is used for accelerating plant growth, rapidly cooling asphalt, keeping refrigerated items cool in the case of a broken fridge/freezer, as an industrial cleaning solution via dry ice blasting, and as a form of relief

  • The Countless Applications for Dry Ice (Part One)

    The Countless Applications for Dry Ice (Part One)

    Unless you’re in the world of industrial cleaning and/or manufacturing, you most likely associate dry ice with stage effects and over-the-top Halloween decorations. Dry ice, while it can be used for those purposes, has a long list of other uses that can be handy in a variety of applications. Below is a short list of

  • Ice Blasting Breakdown: What it Is, How it Works, and How You Can Benefit

    Ice Blasting Breakdown: What it Is, How it Works, and How You Can Benefit

    There are many different types of cleaning services that an industrial company can use to clean their machinery and equipment. Besides a rag, a cleaning spray, and some elbow grease, there exist forms of blast cleaning that simplify and expedite the process. There are two forms of non-abrasive blast mediums, known as dry ice and

  • The Benefits of Dry Ice Blasting

    The Benefits of Dry Ice Blasting

    For a variety of industrial companies that produce tangible goods, cleaning the machinery can be a challenge. Luckily, dry ice blasting presents a practical approach to cleaning without the usual costs and complications of tradition cleaning methods. Typically, water blasting, sandblasting, soda blasting, and even cleaning by hand with solvents can all be toxic. Dry