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Advantages of dry ice blasting
Dry ice blasting effectively removes oils, adhesives, paints, greases, asphalt tars, rust, soot, biofilms, and carbon deposits.
Dry ice blasting can
Elimination of toxic chemicals and emissions
Reduction of cleaning solution waste material
Prevention of surface degradation from abrasives
Often quicker reducing equipment downtime
Due to its effectiveness, dry ice blasting is a preferable method for cleaning equipment for a broad range of industries, including:
The aerospace sector relies on dry ice blasting to remove mastic from parts, clean turbine blades, and clean hydraulics, electrical components and circuitry, and landing gear without dangerous chemicals.
Dry ice blasting is ideal for cleaning engine blocks and components, undercarriages, wheels and axles, automotive production equipment, and more.
Baking and food processing
Many often use dry ice blasting to clean food waste and oils from ovens, bins, conveyors, belts, mixers, tubes, fans, seals, and production facility walls.
Cannabis and Hemp industries
Dry ice blasting offers reliable means for removing Food contaminants, oils, resins, and other waste from ovens, bins, conveyors, belts, dryers, fans, seals, extraction equipment, production facility walls, floors, and other industry-related equipment and facilities. See SoCal Kyro Blasting for more information.
Commercial duct and pipe cleaning
Looking for a fast, easy way to clean impossible-to-reach tight spaces like ductwork and pipes in your plant or facility without shutting down? Turn to Emory Industrial Services for Duct and Pipe Cleaning.
Dry ice blasting offers a reliable means for removing contaminants from production surfaces of all types. See Interstate Carbonic Enterprises for more information.
Core box cleaning
Safely clean core boxes online while reducing downtime, improving product quality, and eliminating the risk of damage. See Cold Jet for more information.
Electrical equipment and power plants
Power generation operations often rely on dry ice blasting to clean oil, residue, and rust from turbines, generators, high voltage insulators, installations, cabinets, switchboards, and high-power engines. Dry ice blasting is also used in nuclear decontamination and for resin removal in the production of transformers.
Dry ice blast cleaning will quickly, safely, and effectively clean composite wood production equipment without water, chemicals, or secondary waste.
Dry ice blasting will remove char, ash, and other damage from usable building components after a fire while also deodorizing surfaces.
Foundries and metal production
Foundries use this process for cleaning molds and press equipment, stripping rust and paint, deburring, cleaning welding robots, removing residue, and much more.
Dry ice blasting removes paint, mold, smoke stains, soot, years of scum, and other aging effects from any surface. It is a powerful and efficient restoration method for historic homes, buildings, and even cars. See Continental Carbonic Products for more information.
Dry Ice Blasting Effectively Removes
- Asphalt tars
- Many deposits, including carbon
Industries Using Dry Ice Blasting
Dry ice blasting will maintain stringent sanitation standards demanded in manufacturing for the medical and pharmaceutical fields.
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For applications that require sanitation, dry ice blasting offers an ideal solution for removing mold and mildew from substrates, walls, floors, and other surfaces.
Oil and gas
The key to peak performance in the oil and gas industry depends upon clean electrical and process equipment.
Dry ice cleaning increases productivity by eliminating unpredictable downtime caused by dirty, hard-to-clean packaging equipment.
Much like food production, pet food operations rely on dry ice blasting for cleaning production lines, storage tanks, packaging lines, adhesive and sealing equipment, mills, mixers, floors, walls, and more.
Plastics and composites
Plastic molders use this method to remove residue and waste material from conveyor systems, mold, and extruder equipment; resin removal; polyurethane removal; and deburring plastic parts.
Dry ice blasting helps printers keep equipment clean, such as drums, grippers, rollers, sidewalls, ink trays, gears, print decks, guide escalators, delivery units, feeders, conveyors, gluers, and paper converting equipment.
Dry ice blasting cleans equipment quicker by replacing time-consuming, manual cleaning methods using chemicals and water, which must be collected and removed.
Prepare surfaces with a dry process that allows for immediate coating/paint application.
Dry ice blasting safely removes buildup from production equipment for woven and non-woven textiles.
Tool Die cleaning
Blast cleaning extends the life of composite molds and tool dies by eliminating the need for harsh chemicals, wire brushes, and coarse pads.
Weld line cleaning
Dry Ice Blasting can improve the efficiency and accuracy of automated weld lines. In addition, it removes slag and splatter buildup. See Cold Jet for more information.
There are many companies finding advantages of dry ice blasting