Industrial Printing Equipment Cleaning with Dry Ice Blasting

Interstate Carbonic’s dry ice blasting service increases industrial printing equipment’s overall performance and productivity. This service is essential when a machine’s gears and deck guides have ink buildup. If you don’t take care of the problem right away, it can cause poor alignment and start to affect printing results. Our dry ice blasting service maximizes your quality and minimize your scrap rate. The experienced technicians that we have on staff are located in Texas, but we can perform our services in Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana as well.

Our industrial printing equipment cleaning service uses dry ice blasting instead of dangerous solvents, scrapers, chisels, and emery cloths. Our team will be able to complete your job while keeping all of your equipment intact. There’s no need for us to dismantle the press itself, which drastically minimizes the time it takes us to perform our service.

Interstate Carbonic Enterprise Dry Ice Blasting System is effective on:

  • Anilox Rolls
  • Drums
  • Feeder / Delivery Units
  • Flexography Gravure Presses
  • Gears and Deck Guides
  • Grippers / Rollers/ Durst Transport Belts
  • Ink Trays
  • Side Walls

Our professionals know how to handle a wide range of car services. Whether you drive a passenger car or medium sized truck or SUV, our mechanics strive to ensure that your vehicle will be performing at its best.

Discover Interstate Carbonic Enterprise

Contact Interstate Carbonic Enterprise today to speak with an industry expert and choose the best cleaning solution for your industrial printing equipment application. Our team currently services the Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana area. With over 30 years of experience within the dry ice blasting industry, we know that we can help you clean your facility and remove any form of contamination. We’ll help you get your facility up a running in no time. Our dedicated team will always follow through with the task at hand, and we uphold such values as responsibility and accountability. When you hire the professionals at Interstate Carbonic, you’ll receive a proven service that’s second to none.


  • What is dry ice blasting?

    Dry ice blasting is similar to sandblasting, bead blasting, or soda blasting where a media is accelerated in a pressurized air stream (or other inert gas) to impact and clean a surface.

  • How does the process work?

    Unlike other blast media, dry ice has a temperature of -109°F (-78.3°C). Because of the temperature difference between the dry ice particles and the surface being treated, thermal shock occurs during the process of dry ice blasting. This causes a breakdown of the bond between two dissimilar materials.

  • What happens to the contaminate?

    Contaminants can be dry, wet, hard or soft. Dry contaminates will break up into small chips and can be swept up or vacuumed. If the particles are large enough, they do not become airborne. If the contaminate is wet, such as grease or oils, the stream will move or push the liquid away much like a high pressure water stream would, except that the surface where the contaminate was will be dry and clean. To prevent redeposition, the operator should work in a methodical way, from the top down.