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Dry Ice Blasting


Typical manual cleaning methods require cool down, disassembly, unproductive hours of messy hand cleaning or bead blast cleaning, and then reassembly. In addition, most traditional cleaning methods are not fully effective and often result in damage to the part or equipment.

The major issue for the foundry and forging industries is the downtime caused when cleaning permanent aluminum moulds, core box vents, semi-solid castings and die casting machines.

Dry Ice Blasting offers significant improvement in cleaning times (up to 50%) as well as reduction of damage to equipment and resulting scrap product. As Dry Ice Blasting allows a non-conductive, in-place method to clean parts, even touch-up cleanings are safe and easy.

Equipment maintenance

Dirt, tar, grease and oil built up in production facilities cause machinery to function improperly and can create an unsafe working environment. However, manual cleaning is often delayed to prevent shut-down of the factory.

Dry Ice Blasting equipment provides a quick, safe, nontoxic and economical cleaning solution for facilities, industrial equipment, machinery, machine tools and assembly line equipment. Dry Ice Blasting cleans in-place without disassembly or cooling down and is non-abrasive, non-conductive, non-corrosive, and does not use water. It is a completely dry and clean process.

Dry Ice Blasting also minimizes the disposal of hazardous waste. With Dry Ice Blasting, the cleaning media (dry ice) sublimates - meaning it disappears without adding secondary waste. The only waste is the material you were removing. The cleaning applications for dry ice blasting are endless.

A Faster, More Productive Cleaning Method
Contract cleaners have grown their businesses with dry ice blasting by decreasing project costs and increasing efficiency. You can buy, lease or rent Dry Ice Blasting equipment.

No Waste Disposal
Costs connected with the disposal of hazardous chemicals or solvents are saved because dry ice vaporises on contact with the surface being treated. Only the dislodged coating material must be removed from beneath the treated object.

Return on Investment
Dry Ice Blasting is extremely efficient, less time-consuming and very gentle to equipment to be cleaned, and therefore, the investment is paid back within short time of use.

Food Industry

Everyday food industry deals with the challenge of maintaining hygiene standards and cleanliness. The equipment utilized in this industry needs to be perfectly clean in order to maximize the production capacity and to reduce the chances of accidents occurring due to poor maintenance.

Food processing and packaging equipment gets dirty with grease, wax, proteins, seasonings, crumbs, glue and other build-up. This prevents the equipment from operating at peak efficiency.

Unfortunately, traditional methods like wire brushes, sand blasting, solvents and high pressure are time-consuming, ineffective and usually involve significant amounts of water and resulting waste.

The cleaning method Dry Ice Blasting, which uses harmless dry ice pellets, is preferred at many levels in the food and beverage industry.


Dry Ice Blasting works for all presses: Flexography, gravure, offset and web-fed. Even the finest of plates in the gravure process may be cleaned by using dry ice cleaning. Residue ink, grease, lint from paper, and other built-up coatings can affect registration of the printed material. These can be easily removed with dry ice blast cleaning. The dry ice cleaning may be accomplished in place, minimal changes to the equipment are needed. No additional chemical or secondary waste is produced using dry ice cleaning. Dry Ice cleaning makes the toughest locations cleanable. Dry Ice Blasting saves time and money, from days to hours per press. After a dry ice blast cleaning, a simple wipe down of nonpainted parts, and the presses are ready to earn more profit.