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Non-toxic, non-abrasive cleaning method where no waste materials are produced.

Dry ice blasting is a revolutionary blasting method in which dry ice pellets replace traditional blasting materials like sand, water, glass and plastic.

In contrast to sand blasting, etc., the process leaves no secondary waste material.

The only waste to be disposed of is the coating that has been dislodged, and this can normally be swept or vacuumed from the floor beneath the treated object.

The process is dry and non-conductive, and it is therefore suitable for use on electric motors and electrical circuitry.

Reduced Downtime

A machine can often be cleaned by Dry Ice Blasting while in operation, thus eliminating the need for dismantling and subsequent re-assembly. This is of considerable economic importance as downtime can be eliminated or drastically reduced.

No Waste Disposal Costs

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.

Reduced Payroll Costs

Dry Ice Blasting will reduce cleaning and maintenance payroll costs to a fraction of current levels because the process is more effective and faster than traditional cleaning methods.

Reduced Equipment Wear and Tear

Dry Ice Blasting is non-abrasive. Surfaces are therefore treated very gently, and wear and tear resulting from the use of steel brushes, scrapers and the like is avoided.

Fast and Effective Cleaning

Dry Ice Blasting systems have extremely high cleaning speeds, and even normally inaccessible parts can be rapidly cleaned using the wide range of nozzles available.

Blasting material residues do not become trapped in every nook and cranny, and no detergent or blasting material is left on chains and drives.

Dry Ice Blasting is ideal for cleaning machinery, electrical installations, electro-mechanical equipment, surfaces and moulds.

Reduced Equipment Wear and Tear

Dry Ice Blasting is non-abrasive. Surfaces are therefore treated very gently, and wear and tear resulting from the use of steel brushes, scrapers and the like is avoided.

Who Can Use Dry Ice Blasting

Dry Ice Blasting is well suited to a wide range of industries, as can be seen from our customer portfolio, which includes widely differing companies.

Dry Ice Blasting is ideal for removing coatings such as adhesives, varnish, oil, grease, coal dust, soot, mould release agents and bitumen - to name but a few of the materials which are removed using the process.

No detergent or blasting material is left after treatment. This makes the system highly suitable for industries that require a high degree of hygiene - the food and pharmaceutical industries for example.

You can find examples from some of the various industries we cooperate with in the "Industry Applications" menu.

Environmentally friendly

Dry ice is completely non-toxic. As no hazardous chemicals or solvents are used in Dry Ice Blasting, operators avoid being exposed to hazardous fumes and other dangers during cleaning. In contrast to high-pressure cleaning, polluted drain water is avoided.

Easy Waste Management

The quantity of waste material is minimised because of the vaporation of the blasting material.

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