Dry ice blasting is the superior alternative to Media Blasting, Solvents, Water, Steam, Hand Cleaning, Chemicals and Abrasives.
If you are experiencing prolonged downtime, high costs for secondary waste disposal or costly wear and tear on equipment, it's time to evaluate your cleaning process and measure it against the Cold Jet dry ice blasting process.
Cold Jet dry ice blasting is an environmentally-, employee- and equipment-friendly alternative to most conventional surface preparation and cleaning methods. Compare your current cleaning process to the dry ice blast cleaning process and see how Cold Jet can add value to your business through improved productivity, reduced waste and lower costs.
Industries and applications
- Contract Cleaning
- Composite Tool Cleaning
- Electric Motor
- Fire Restoration
- Food and Beverage
- Oil and Gas
- General Maintenance & Facilities
- Historical Restoration
- Medical Device Manufacturing
- Mold Remediation
- Power Generation
- Engineered Wood
Top 10 reasons dry ice blasting is superior:
- Superior clean: Fewer cleaning cycles = Less downtime
- Machines can be cleaned in place: Dry ice blasting is a dry process and requires no disassembly or reassembly, which means much less downtime
- Quicker clean: Less resource = More runtime = More profits
- Non-abrasive, nonflammable and nonconductive: Dry ice blasting won't damage most substrates and can be used safely on electrical components
- No secondary waste clean up: This not only saves additional cleanup labor and expense, but also means temporary containment areas can possibly be reused, which is an additional cost savings
- Can get into tight spaces that many other methods can not
- Environmentally friendly: Meets USDA, FDA and EPA guidelines
- Operator safety: No exposure to chemicals or grit media
- Operator efficiency: Not as labor intensive as traditional cleaning methods
- Clean enough for the food industry, strong enough for everything else
See the difference dry ice blasting makes
Dry ice cleaning is perfect for any application. Watch the videos below to see the difference.