This unique technology provides a superior alternative to inferior cleaning methods for just about anything! Dry Ice blasting is a solution for those who want an aggressive yet non-abrasive cleaning method for tough jobs. Dry ice blasting will reduce your downtime, is environmentally friendly, cost effective, non-abrasive, and leaves behind only a clean and restored surfaceMore InfoRecent Projects
Dry Ice blasting is a solution for those who want an aggressive yet non-abrasive cleaning method for tough jobs. Dry ice blasting will reduce your downtime, is environmentally friendly, cost effective, non-abrasive, and leaves behind only a clean and restored surface. Dry ice pellets are propelled at rapid speeds through specialized equipment that combines 3 powerful forces. These 3 forces produce a safe and effective way to remove debris from any surface.
Kinetic energy is formed by the combination of compressed air and dry ice pellets that are rapidly propelled out of a dry ice blasting equipment. The ice pellets penetrate the initial layer of dirt, grime, grease or other like substances that lay on top of the object that needs cleaned.
The temperature of the dry ice pellets is (-109 F), this causes the much warmer temperature of the contaminants on the object to rapidly drop, causing them to separate from the object being cleaned. The “thermal effect” is what causes the rapid separation.
The process of the dry ice pellets changing form from ice to gas. This process is caused by the volume expansion dry ice that causes a micro-explosion strong enough to remove the contaminants and leave behind a clean end result.
The Dry Ice Blasting Process leaves no carbon footprint. The dry ice blast cleaning uses dry ice pellets created through a process beginning with liquid carbon dioxide (CO2). The dry ice is obtained as a byproduct of other industrial processes made from reclaimed CO2. It does not produce CO2 or add CO2 to the atmosphere and therefore does not contribute to the greenhouse effect. Upon impact the dry ice creates a micro thermal shock which breaks the bond between the coating of the grim and the substrate. The high pressure air stream removes the dirt from the surface while the dry ice pellets vaporize leaving only the removed debris to be cleaned creating absolutely no secondary waste.