Dry ice blasting, a cutting-edge cleaning method that uses solid carbon dioxide (CO2) pellets, has gained significant traction across various industries due to its eco-friendly nature and remarkable cleaning capabilities. This unique technique harnesses the power of accelerated dry ice particles to remove contaminants and residues without generating secondary waste. In this blog, we will delve into the versatility of dry ice blasting applications by highlighting 4 versatile dry ice blasting machines: i3 MicroClean® 2, PCS® 60, PLT® 60, and the E-CO2™ 150.
Cold Jet® is excited to answer questions surrounding the RE-CO2 Recovery Systems for dry ice manufacturers. Below are 10 frequently asked questions about our RE-CO2 Recovery Systems. Our RE-CO2 systems are easy to operate, easy to integrate into your existing dry ice production operation, easy to maintain, and can be integrated with nearly any dry ice pelletizer brand on the market. These systems require minimal maintenance while providing you optimal yield of your liquid CO2 supply.
Dry ice blasting has gained popularity as a highly efficient and environmentally friendly cleaning solution across industries. Cold Jet, a leading provider of dry ice blasting equipment, offers state-of-the-art solutions that have transformed the cleaning process for industrial companies. However, investing in such advanced equipment requires a sizable financial commitment for businesses. To make this investment more accessible, we provide a range of financing options that cater to different needs and budgets. This allows organizations to experience the benefits of dry ice blasting without breaking the bank.
Cold Jet®, with the acquisition of Triventek, has added a new line of low-volume dry ice pelletizers. The Cold Jet PE Seriesoffers dry ice production capacities ranging from 50-80 kg/h (110-176 lbs/h), in contrast to their large-volume pelletizer line with capacities ranging from 120-750 kg/h (265-1,653lbs/h). These are the most efficient low-volume pelletizers on the market capable of producing the highest quality dry ice.
Food processing facilities must meet strict health and safety standards when keeping processing and packaging equipment clean. In order to keep equipment free and clear of bacteria and contaminants, many processors rely on manual cleaning processes that employ rags, water, chemicals and a lot of downtime for disassembly, drying, and reassembly.
Cold Jet dry ice blast cleaning eliminates the need for the above materials. Instead, dry ice blast cleaning utilizes recycled CO2 in its solid form to clean and disinfect soiled equipment and reduce microbial counts. Dry ice blast cleaning also reduces your carbon footprint by removing the need for chemicals that need proper disposal, fresh water, and other supplies that become landfill waste!
When you think of dry ice you likely think of stage effects at a concert, Halloween haunted houses or even fancy “smoking” cocktails. While dry ice can be used for amazing visual effects, there is so much more to it. Let’s take a look at what dry ice is, where the raw material comes from, how it is made and some of the uses for it outside of the ones mentioned above.
Trident Restoration is a full-service restoration company that offers 24/7 Emergency Services for water, fire, mold, and storm damage. They are one of the many companies that use Cold Jet dry ice blasting technology to complete their jobs. They have used the Aero® 40FP, one of our dry ice blasting machines, for over 8 years, and plan to grow their inventory with some new machines when they expand! See below for a Q&A with the Vice President of Trident Restoration, Eric Long.
Smart technology is shifting the way many industries orchestrate their processes, and Cold Jet is no exception! Let's dive into how advances in connected technology are changing our approach to dry ice blasting.
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If you’re reading this article, chances are you’ve wondered whether sandblasting or dry ice blasting is right for you. As the industry leaders in dry ice blasting and dry ice production, we’re here to help you understand the pros and cons of the various solutions and decide for yourself what is best for your situation.
In this article, we’ll unpack the advantages and disadvantages of sandblasting and dry ice blasting, as well as the best times to use each of them.