A safe and clean way to clean equipment, machinery and surfaces
Dry ice blasting, known as dry ice cleaning and C02 blasting too, is a safe, clean, non-erosive process to clean equipment, machinery and surfaces. A cutting-edge technology which uses dry-ice pellets (solid particles of carbon dioxide) propelled at high speed to clean a wide range of commercial and manufacturing equipment and locations were developed as a safe alternative to bead, grit and sand blasting. The pellets/solid particles are delivered by bursts of intense compressed air and, despite the supersonic speed of the pellets, the process can be undertaken very safely and cost-effectively with handheld dry ice blasters.
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An effective & environmentally friendly way to improve surface properties.
An alternative to traditional types of contaminant abstraction, it is undoubtedly an effective & environmentally friendly approach to eradicate secondary waste or toxic contamination from any items, structures or machinery. The pellets/solid C02 particles will be shot as a cold jet and disperse on impact with the surface that is being treated, so the blast cleaning process doesn’t leave behind any debris, chemicals or waste which needs to be disposed of. The use of this process is prevalent in the manufacturing, building restoration, printing, eco power generation and oil & gas industries, however, the technology can be applied to a far wider range of sectors.
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Typical applications of Dry Ice Blasting
Endorsed by a range of industry bodies and associations, like the Food Standards Agency for example, there are an almost infinite number of applications for dry ice blasting in the commercial and manufacturing sectors, from pharmaceutical firms and shipyards to construction giants and automotive leaders, there aren’t many companies that couldn’t use dry ice cleaning somewhere in their firm!