• Dry Ice: FDA Guidelines For Use In Food Services
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    Dry Ice: FDA Guidelines For Use In Food Services

    Dry ice is the solid form of carbon dioxide frozen at -79 degrees Celsius. Though the average consumer may only be familiar with the act of renting dry ice machines for use in children’s parties or magic shows (where its sublimation produces a mysterious and exciting mist), it performs a variety of roles in a

  • The 3 Primary Factors In The Science Of Dry Ice Blasting
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    The 3 Primary Factors In The Science Of Dry Ice Blasting

    Known as dry ice blasting or CO2 blasting, the method of cleaning tough surfaces with frozen carbon dioxide pellets is powerful and effective. Dry ice cleaning services make a target absolutely spotless while avoiding the use of harmful chemicals. The dry ice pellets that star in this cleaning method aren’t made of ice at all,

  • 7 Uses Of Frac Tanks That Require Dry Ice Cleaning Services (Part Two)
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    7 Uses Of Frac Tanks That Require Dry Ice Cleaning Services (Part Two)

    In part one of this series we looked at three alternative uses of frac tanks. These large structures were originally made for the fracking industry, but no matter their use they need dry ice cleaning services to properly clean their large interiors. As carbon dioxide is a natural trace gas that makes up 0.05% of

  • Dry Ice Blasting: Common Technique Mistakes to Avoid
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    Dry Ice Blasting: Common Technique Mistakes to Avoid

    While many industrial businesses choose to hire professionals for their cleaning needs, sometimes, it makes more business sense to purchase your own dry ice blasting equipment. Purchasing dry ice blasting machines can save a business time, and grant managers more control over their equipment cleaning schedule. However, choosing this approach to equipment maintenance has associated

  • 7 Uses Of Frac Tanks That Require Dry Ice Cleaning Services (Part One)
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    7 Uses Of Frac Tanks That Require Dry Ice Cleaning Services (Part One)

    Dry ice cleaning services are ideal for large pieces of equipment that are difficult to clean with regular methods, making frac tanks ideal candidates. A standard frac tank holds about 21,000 gallons of fluid and is built with valves in the front to allow it to be connected to other pieces of fracking equipment. These

  • How CO2 Blasting Can Clean Almost Anything
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    How CO2 Blasting Can Clean Almost Anything

    Industrial cleaning requires equipment that can remove the most stubborn of particles while not damaging the target that is being cleaned. CO2 cleaning equipment can do just that, with nozzles that concentrate the CO2 blasting on the target area and pressurized pumps to shoot it through the equipment. If you think CO2 cleaning is right

  • Why Frac Pump Radiator Cleaning Is Important
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    Why Frac Pump Radiator Cleaning Is Important

    Frac pumps take a large amount of damage and abuse daily. To mitigate the damages your frac pump absorbs, you need to make sure it is regularly cleaned. Clean frac pumps ensure the safety of operators in the field and increase the longevity of the pumps themselves. The frac pump radiator is an essential part

  • 5 Industries That Can Use Dry Ice Blasting
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    5 Industries That Can Use Dry Ice Blasting

    The modern world is made up of industries with complicated machinery and potentially hazardous material that cannot be cleaned using standard methods. Dry ice blasting is a cleaning method that efficient, safe, non-abrasive, economically friendly, and is FDA approved. The process uses air compressed between 80 and 90 PSI to shoot pellets of dry ice at high

  • Cleaning Up With CO2: The 4 Different Methods
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    Cleaning Up With CO2: The 4 Different Methods

    Industrial cleaning requires more force than your traditional sprays and detergents. This is when CO2 cleaning equipment and methods come into play. Carbon Dioxide is already around us every day, as a natural trace gas that makes up 0.05% of our atmosphere. As a naturally occurring element, utilizing CO2 cleaning in industries such as dry

  • Heat Exchanger Cleaning 101:The Why And The How
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    Heat Exchanger Cleaning 101:The Why And The How

    In a wide variety of industries, the heat exchangers are the center of critical operating systems. A heat exchanger is an important piece of machinery that transfers heat from one medium to another, such as removing heat from hot oil by using cold water or air. Power plants, industrial chemical plants, and everything in between