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Paint is safely removed from school using dry ice

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Nov 16, 2020 11:00:00 AM

When it comes to cleaning and construction projects, in most cases the highest bid rarely wins. However, for Andresen & Far AS, a professional painting company in Norway, the final price quote for removing paint from brick and concrete walls at Benterud School in Lørenskog represented more than simply adding a new coat.

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Contract Cleaning, Surface Preparation

Dry Ice Blasting for Historical Restoration [Slideshow]

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Nov 2, 2020 11:00:00 AM

When it comes time to remove layers of paint, carbon, pollution, smoke damage, mold and other contaminants from a surface, dry ice blasting is the safest and most efficient restoration method.

Historic artifacts and structures require a gentle touch – one that only dry ice can give while still remaining effective. Not only is it non-abrasive, but it also eliminates manual cleaning, harmful chemicals and timely cleanup.

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Historical Restoration, Fire Restoration, Restoration

Why is Dry Ice Blasting the best option for Aluminum Packaging production?

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Oct 19, 2020 10:15:00 AM


In an aluminum packaging production process, it is very common for manufacturers to face problems with grease, oils and release agents in conveyor belts, rollers, electrical panels and mixers.

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Benefits of dry ice blasting, Packaging

How to produce more than 6.5 million bottles extra per year

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Oct 5, 2020 10:44:00 AM

PET molders constantly need to improve their OEE Availability, Quality and Performance Scores, all while lowering costs, extending the life of their tooling and improving their workers’ environment and safety.

What if PET processors could produce 6.5 million bottle preforms more per year?

Find the answer in the article "PET molding is like car racing - speed and control are king. Cold Jet introduces a simple way to improve production processes" published in the issue 9 / 2020 of PETplanet Insider magazine.

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Injection mold cleaning, Plastics

Commercial printer cleans sensitive components with dry ice

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Sep 14, 2020 11:00:00 AM

InfoPrint Solutions Company was formed in 2007 as a result of a joint venture between IBM’s Printing Division and Ricoh. The company combines IBM’s more than 40 years of enterprise printing experience with Ricoh’s office solutions leadership delivering a variety of hardware, software and services, including high end workgroup, production and industrial printers.

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The Aero2 Advantage: Control Consumable Costs

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Aug 3, 2020 10:45:00 AM


The Lock Out feature allows you to set a unique three-digit code that prevents users from making unnecessary settings adjustments.

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Product Features

How do you clean molds for sanitary products?

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Jul 27, 2020 11:00:00 AM


The Geberit Group, who operates worldwide, is the European market leader for sanitary products. Geberit has a strong local presence in most European countries and can therefore offer unique added value both in the field of sanitary technology and in the field of bathroom ceramics. The manufacturing facilities include 29 production plants, of which 6 are overseas.

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Plastics, Composites

The Aero2 Advantage: Efficiency

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Jul 20, 2020 10:45:00 AM

Cold Jet’s dry ice blasting machines have always done more with less.

They achieve a higher quality clean more quickly, while using less air and less dry iceThe advanced air flow system within Aero2 Series machines provides the highest efficiency of any dry ice blaster available. 

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Product Features

Dry Ice FAQs - All About Dry Ice

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Jul 13, 2020 10:30:00 AM

Where do I get dry ice?

Dry ice pellets or blocks can be ordered from industrial gas suppliers, welding supply companies and other regional suppliers. Dry ice can be picked up directly from suppliers, or most major metropolitan areas have regular delivery trucks that cover 100 mile radiuses. Dry ice can also be shipped using a common carrier and it is delivered in insulated containers.

You can also produce your own dry ice with a pelletizer.  Read more about producing your own dry ice below.

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Dry Ice Blasting Basics, Dry Ice Production

What do I need to begin dry ice blasting?

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Jul 6, 2020 11:39:00 AM

Dry ice blasting requires a simple setup

Along with your dry ice blasting machine, the systems will come complete with a blast and air hose, an applicator and a nozzle that is best suited for your application.

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Dry Ice Blasting Basics