A dry ice cleaning machine does exactly what you’d think it does: cleans using dry ice. The dry ice pellets are sprayed at the contaminant surface and you get a two-fold cleaning solution. Not only does the pressure of the dry ice help eliminate contaminants, but the temperature exchange helps break up what the pressure
Your machinery needs the best cleaning on the market, and we believe dry ice blasting is the best way to do it. In order to get the most for your money, it’s important to learn the ins and outs of dry ice production and storage. How is dry ice produced? Dry ice is made from
As an industrial company that produces tangible goods, you know how out of shape your machinery and equipment can get. Unfortunately, you may not be able to use traditional methods of abrasive media blasting, such as sand blasting. You may not even be able to use water blasting to clean your machines. That’s where dry
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
If you operate within a space where machinery like industrial printers needs to be cleaned thoroughly, you’ve likely relied on a chemical solution to get the job done. For large or even small machinery, manual cleaning isn’t exactly efficient. It takes up employee time, shuts down the use of that machine, and exposes both the
In part one and part two, we covered many uses of dry ice. In the last article, some of the applications of dry ice included preserving a kill or catch for hunters/fishermen, a mosquito repellent for outdoor gatherings, a means to transport emergency medical supplies, and a way to safely repair or clean containment tanks.