Industrial Dry Ice Cleaning and How it Works:
The Ability to Clean Any Surface Without Damage

Dry Ice Cleaning and It's Many Unique Uses:
  • Non abrasive, non flammable, and non conductive
  • No secondary contaminants
  • Pellets are FDA, EPA, and USDA approved
  • Allows cleaning in place without disassembly
  • Does not contribute to the greenhouse effect
  • Environmentally safe
  • Reduced labor costs
  • Enhanced worker safety

Dry Ice Cleaning works by continually propelling dry ice against a contaminated surface at sonic speeds, with the temperature of 109 degrees below zero. This instantly freezes the first few microns of the contaminant, causing micro cracking of the product to be removed.

As the dry ice changes from a solid to a gas, it creates an expansive force that breaks the bond between the object and the contaminant. The continuing stream of dry ice provides the kinetic energy needed to sweep the surface to a superb clean.

Dry Ice cleaning is more effective than power washing since the materials used to remove the dirt from surfaces evaporates on impact. Dry Ice is non-toxic, unlike solvents used in the cleaning industry. Dry Ice Cleaning will significantly decrease employee exposure to hazardous chemical agents and other chemical cleaning methods. Save labor costs and time by cleaning equipment in place. Dry Ice Cleaning can normally eliminate disassembly, which reduces the chances of damaging equipment during disassembly, reduces injury and fatigue of workers, and saves valuable hours or days by reducing downtime. Dry Ice Cleaning can reach places that hands or other methods of cleaning cannot. Dry Ice is a natural bacterial and fungal growth inhibitor.

Dry Ice cleans thoroughly and leaves your equipment dry. It works without chemical solvents, lubricants and water. It is non-polluting and environmentally friendly.

Dry Ice simply disappears after using for cleaning purposes and does not become a toxic waste.
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