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.
Benefits of dry ice blasting, Dry Ice Blasting Basics, Contract Cleaning, Surface Preparation, Dry Ice Production, Deburring and deflashing
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.
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.
Historical Restoration, Contract Cleaning, Surface Preparation
The refrigerator and freezer manufacturing process demands that products are 100% free of dirt and debris.
As the global leader in home and professional use appliances, Electrolux Group is all too familiar with this dilemma. The Electrolux Refrigerator Factory, located in Nyiregyhaza, Hungary, produces combi-bottom and one door refrigerators and freezers.