Dry Ice Blasting Solutions. Environmentally Sustainable.

Dry Ice Blasting systems for cleaning, surface preparation and parts finishing. Designed with unrivaled innovation and unmatched performance. Dry Ice Blasting is a form of carbon dioxide cleaning, where dry ice, the solid form of carbon dioxide, is accelerated in a pressurized air stream and directed at a surface in order to clean it. An alternative media for non-abrasive blasting is water-ice, known as ice blasting. Dry Ice Blasting leaves no chemical residue as dry ice sublimates at room temperature.

Cleaning with  Dry Ice Blasting in the Contractor Industry Provides:

• No secondary waste

• Reduced cleaning time (up to 80%)

• Clean in-place, no cool down, with minimal disassembly

• A non-abrasive clean that won’t damage substrates

• Non-conductive process

• Media entrapment elimination

• Increased operator safety

• An environmentally responsible clean

A Few Proven Contractor Applications for Dry Ice Blasting Include:

Restoration Projects

• Fire Restoration (soot & smoke removal)

• Mold Remediation

• Historic Preservation

Facility/Plant Maintenance

• Walls & Ceiling clean-up

• Electric Motors

• Tanks & Vessels

  1. Production & Manufacturing Equipment

Power Generation

• Hydro Electric Facilities

• Combined Cycle Facilities (Gas & Steam)

• Coal & Mining Facilities

• Sub Stations

• Oil & Gas Plants

• Nuclear Decommissioning

Food & Beverage

• Bakeries

• Bottling Plants

• Dry Ingredients

• Confectionaries

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Soda Blasting

Sodium Bicarbonate is a non-toxic non-hazardous food-grade material and is 100% water soluble, and environmentally safe. The process and materials are FDA/USDA and OSHA approved.

Non-Destructive: SodaBlasting removes contamination as bicarbonate-of-soda particles explode when they are pressure-driven onto the surface of the article being cleaned. The resulting release of energy disrupts and removes the contaminant, thus leaving the actual surface undamaged. Unlike destructive and abrasive sand-blasting, which often damages the underlying surface, the SodaBlast process causes no harm.

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