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Trident Restoration Experiences Growth with Dry Ice Blasting

Posted by Rachael Barnes on Nov 18, 2021 10:33:13 AM

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.

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Benefits of dry ice blasting, Dry Ice Blasting Basics, Contract Cleaning

Dry Ice Blasting and Industry 4.0

Posted by Chase Jeffries on Nov 4, 2021 8:30:00 AM

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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Dry Ice Blasting Basics, thought leadership, smart technology

Rockstars at Cold Jet

Posted by Chase Jeffries on Aug 23, 2021 8:15:00 AM

 

We're always proud when someone in the Cold Jet family accomplishes something great and exemplifies our culture. Here are just a few noteable highlights from the last quarter of Cold Jetters who have shown stand-out performance.

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Dry Ice Blasting Basics, Company culture

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

Dustless blasting without the water

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Feb 3, 2020 10:13:00 AM

 

If you’ve heard of dustless blasting, you know it’s becoming the preferred choice for surface preparation and corrosion/coating removal.  While the title “dustless” blasting is a bit of a misnomer, given that it’s impossible to deliver completely dustless blasting when abrasive blasting is needed, there are solutions out there that drastically reduce dust clouds.

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Dry Ice Blasting Basics, Dry Ice Blasting + Abrasive

The world's most advanced and highest performing dry ice blasters

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Dec 19, 2019 9:14:32 AM
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Dry Ice Blasting Basics

The importance of dry air with dry ice blasting

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Dec 16, 2019 7:43:00 AM

 

When utilizing a portable diesel compressor in your dry ice blasting operation, it’s important to take the appropriate steps to ensure you’re using dry air. Diesel compressors often supply hot and moist air, which can alter the integrity of your dry ice and hamper the performance of your dry ice blasting system.

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Dry Ice Blasting Basics

How to reduce water in manufacturing facilities

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Dec 2, 2019 1:14:00 PM

Reducing water usage, especially in cleaning processes, is becoming a major initiative in industrial and manufacturing settings.  Not solely from an environmental sustainability perspective, but also for cost cutting purposes.  

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Benefits of dry ice blasting, Dry Ice Blasting Basics

How to use dry ice and CO2 safely

Posted by The Cold Jet Team on Nov 11, 2019 8:53:00 AM
When working with CO2 , precaution must always be taken to ensure that the area is sufficiently ventilated and that proper PPE is administered when dealing with the liquid or solid form of CO2 (dry ice).
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Dry Ice Blasting Basics, Safety