Dry Ice Blasting by ICEsonic
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Our number one goal is quality. We have dry ice blasting machines in operation for almost 20 years, and we are only getting better.
We offer a wide range of products for every application at a price no one can match.
Over the 20 years we have become leaders in the dry ice blasting industry with a global network of suppliers.
What is Dry Ice Blasting?
Dry ice blasting is a form of cleaning where pellets of dry ice are propelled at extremely high speeds towards a contaminated surface. This is similar to sandblasting, plastic bead blasting, or soda blasting. The difference is that dry ice blasting does not create secondary waste or chemical residues, and is non-abrasive, non-conductive, non-flammable, and non-toxic. It reduces or eliminates employee exposure to chemicals, and is an environmentally friendly cleaning method that is approved by the FDA, EPA, and USDA.
Dry ice blasting propels dry ice pellets at high speeds towards a contaminated surface, and upon impact, the pellets detach the contaminant from the surface, and rapidly change from solid to gas leaving nothing behind. Because of the rapid change, only a small amount of force is transferred to the surface, which leaves the surface with no abrasion. The dry ice pellets are very cold at −78 °C or −108 °F, and on impact causes thermal shock to the contaminant on the surface, which weakens the contaminant, and because the pellets of dry ice go through a rapid change from solid to gas, this causes microscopic shock waves to detach and remove the contaminant from the surface. This leaves you with a very clean, dry, and intact surface with no residue.
This is truly cutting edge technology in the cleaning industry, and with ICEsonic you will get dry ice blasting products with 20 years of expertise behind them. We have developed a wide range of products from light duty work to heavy duty work, and an even wider range of accessories so that our customers can have exactly what they need to solve their cleaning problems. We will happily consult you on the best way to solve your problem.
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