How dry ice blasting works?

  • Pellets of Dry Ice are shot out of a jet nozzle using compressed air.

  • When blasted against the material to be removed, dry ice causes it to shrink and lose adhesion from its sub-surface.

  • The warmer sub surface causes dry ice to convert back into CO2 gas and expand. This speeds up the cleaning.

  • After Dry Ice Blasting, the surface is clean and completely intact.

Benefits of Dry Ice Blasting

  • Non Abrasive

  • Superior Cleaning

  • Reduction of Plant Downtime

  • No Equipment Damage

  • No Waste Disposal

  • Non-hazardous

  • Sanitises the Surface

  • Cost Effective

  • Environmentally Safe

  • Supports Sustainability

Types of Equipment that Dry Ice Blasting can Clean

  • Food Processing Plant

  • Conveyors and Chains

  • Grilles

  • Heat Exchangers

  • Boilers

  • Turbine Rotors

  • Ovens

  • Transformers

  • Tyre Industry

  • Printers

  • Switchboards

  • Ducts

  • Material Dry Ice Blasting Removes

    Mould, Algae, Dirt/Dust, Soot/Carbon, Paint, Milk Products, Fats/Grease, Chewing Gum, Fruit/Vegetables, Sugars/Syrups, Ink, Flour/Grains, Hydrocarbons, Pathogens/Bacteria, Adhesives/Resins, Manufacturing Residue, Cement/Blaster, Rust and Scale/Stains Tar and Bitumen, Expanded Foam