Dry Ice Blasting

Green Clean/Environmentally Friendly

Dry ice is formed from recaptured emissions. When using the Dry ice blasting process, there is no water to reclaim, no solvents or other chemicals involved, no heat, and no media or other secondary waste to clean up or contain. The process eliminates the use of water that contributes to the growth of mold and/or bacteria.

Cleans Faster and Better

Dry ice blast cleaning achieves a superior clean, cleaning better and faster, oftentimes without disassembly and reassembly costs. It cleans hard to reach areas that are nearly impossible to clean otherwise and provides a clean, dry and prepared surface for recoating. Dry ice cleaning is aggressive enough to clean difficult surfaces and sensitive enough to clean delicate equipment.

Reduces Downtime

Dry ice blasting reduces downtime, in part because the process oftentimes allows for equipment to be cleaned in-place. More-thorough and scheduled cleaning reduces the likelihood of unexpected breakdowns and lost production time.

Reduces Waste Disposal

The dry ice pellets sublimate (evaporate) on contact, so that the only clean up required is of the removed debris itself.

Reduces Risk and Liability

Dry ice blasting eliminates the expense and the hazards of chemical cleaning, while avoiding costly environmental clean-up requirements.
  • No Water
  • No Chemicals
  • Non-Toxic
  • Non-Abrasive
  • Non-Flammable
  • Non-Conductive
  • Safe for the environment
  • Safe for equipment

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