New Age Cryo recommends dry ice blasting over water blasting for scheduled maintenance of ethanol producing facilities.
Cleaning up Europe's largest wooden structure in preparation for its 50th anniversary required an efficient method that could effectively clean a massive structure in a short period of time without causing any damage.
To clean off years of accumulated grime, RobotWorx turns to dry ice blasting to refurbish industrial robots.
With its dome nearly 800 feet above sea level, the Split Rock Lighthouse is constantly whipped by heavy winds and rain.
An Ontario construction company specializing in highway asphalt paving chooses dry ice blasting over manual methods to quickly and efficiently clean transport vehicles.
Corrosion is a major problem on offshore oil platforms.
On an oil platform in the North Sea, the fabric maintenance team - who is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the platform - was working to remove corrosion and failed coating from gas lines within the gas compression module. The team also planned to recoat them.
Welding is a dirty process.
On automated weld lines, slag, spatter, resin, smoke, oil and dampering adhesive build up on surrounding production equipment.
The Little Creek Amphibious Base was having trouble removing pitted corrosion from the aluminum hulls of hovercrafts.
When a homeowner detects a mold problem, it is never a pleasant experience, especially in a relatively new home. Newer homes are much more susceptible to mold issues than older homes.
Older homes are more resistant to mold growth because most were built with better construction techniques, materials and lumber than newer homes.
Dr. Neal Adrian, owner of Adrian Environmental, holds a Ph. D. in Microbiology from the University of Oklahoma and is very familiar with mold remediation.