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Dry ice blasting removes smoke damage without timely cleanup

The historic downtown of Loveland, Ohio, is known for having a vibrant and charming town center filled with shops, restaurants and businesses. Unfortunately, a large fire caused by an electrical [...]

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How does dry ice blasting work?

Many people ask us, "How does dry ice blasting work?" Our answer is, "There's more to it than meets the eye!"

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10 Reasons to Use Dry Ice Blasting

1. Superior clean

Dry ice blasting is a more effective and efficient cleaning process in many applications. By cleaning equipment and machinery in less time, facilities are able to get more [...]

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Dry ice blasting vs. alternative cleaning methods

How does dry ice blasting compare to other cleaning methods?

When comparing dry ice blasting to other cleaning methods, such as abrasive blasting (sand, bead, etc), soda blasting, pressure [...]

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What are the benefits of dry ice blasting?

Many people ask, "Why is dry ice blasting better than traditional cleaning methods?"

Due to the unique characteristics of dry ice, it has many benefits that make it a more attractive cleaning [...]

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How a commercial bakery cleans faster without water

A commercial bakery in Texas was seeking a solution to its cleaning problem.

The plant is in constant operation and cleaning had to be performed often to remove layers of minerals, oils, bread [...]

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Plastic manufacturer improves part quality while decreasing downtime

Performance Plastics specializes in high performance injection molding. The company produces small, complex, high quality parts.

For 30 years, they’ve focused on the application of these highly [...]

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How dry ice cleaning safely removed corrosion from civil war ship

The steamer USS Monitor was launched on January 30, 1862, during the American Civil War and was the first ironclad ship commissioned by the U.S. Navy. 

On March 9, 1862, iron met iron when the [...]

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