Category Archives: Dry Ice Blasting

Dry Ice Blasting

Dry Ice Blasting Explained

Dry ice blasting removes contaminants and coatings such as surface rust, dirt, and paint with a high-velocity stream of dry ice pellets. Dry ice cleaning, as this process is also known, is effectively media-less because dry ice, the solid form of carbon dioxide (CO2), sublimates. During dry ice sublimation, solid carbon dioxide turns directly into […]

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dry ice blasting vs abrasive ice blasting

Dry Ice Blasting vs. Sand Blasting vs. Abrasive Ice Blasting

Dry ice blasting, sand blasting, and abrasive ice blasting can all clean industrial facilities and equipment. Dry ice blasting uses compressed air to propel a high-velocity stream of dry ice pellets at a surface such as a wall, floor, or machine. Dry ice cleaning, as this process is also known, is effectively media-less because its […]

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Dry Ice Blasting - Peeling Paint

Peeling Paint? Try Dry Ice Blasting for Facilities Paint Removal

Peeling paint on the walls or floors of facilities is unsightly and can be dangerous. In facilities that process food, pharmaceuticals, or medical devices, peeling or flaking paint in production areas can lead to product contamination and recalls. A good example is from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which recently shut-down a Baltimore, […]

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Dry Ice Blasting for Cleaning Industrial Machinery and Equipment

Dry ice blasting is a safe, cost-effective and environmentally-friendly way to clean machinery and equipment. A form of industrial cleaning, it removes sludge, paint, surface rust, oil, mold growth, soot, and other contaminants from machines. CO2 blasting, as dry ice blasting is also known, uses compressed air to accelerate a stream of frozen carbon dioxide […]

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dry ice blasting vs. abrasive ice blasting

Dry Ice Blasting Equipment for Sale or Rent

Nitrofreeze® provides Cold Jet® dry ice blasting equipment for sale or rent to companies across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic region. Years ago, we started out as the New England sales representative for Cold Jet, a leading manufacturer of dry ice blasting and cleaning equipment. We then moved into a support role as we began getting […]

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