Dry-ice blasting is a particle spray procedure which uses CO2 granulate as a spray agent. Unlike most other blasting media, which keep their solid state during the entire work process when it impinges on the surface. This means that no spray agent residues are left behind, offering a wide range of applications for this technology.
The dry ice pellets used must be fresh, otherwise there will be a lower cleaning performance and the pellets will sublimate to gas. Even when kept in appropriate cool boxes, these dry ice pellets can only be stored for a few days.
Dry-ice blasting is a particle spray procedure which uses CO2 granulate as a spray agent. Unlike most other blasting media, which keep their solid state during the entire work process, the frozen CO2 sublimates instantly to CO2 gas when it impinges on the surface. This means that no spray agent residues are left behind, offering a wide range of applications for this technology.
Dry ice blasting for part finishing is a good way to get rid of burrs and flash from machined and moulded parts. Dry ice is non-abrasive and produces no secondary waste, ensuring that the finished part's geometries are preserved without any residual media.
Dry ice is created by liquefying carbon dioxide and pumping it into a storage tank, where it freezes at -109°F and is compacted into solid ice. Dry ice can be produced into pellets or huge blocks depending on whether it's made in a pelletizer or a block press.
Surface preparation encompasses a variety of techniques for treating a material's surface prior to coating application, adhesive application, and other procedures. Surface preparation is required prior to painting, coating, or lining steel and other substrates.
This method can be used to clean surfaces, remove paint, and remove pollutants from a surface. Dry ice blasting, unlike other blast cleaning procedures, does not accumulate contaminants in the waste stream, reducing the amount of secondary trash that must be disposed of greatly.
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|Non abrasive - since surfaces are treated extremely gently. Wear and tear resulting from use the steel brushes or other blasting media is avoided|
|Reduce downtime - Significantly quicker process leads to increased production time.|
|Environmentally responsible - Dry ice is made of reclaimed CO2 and does not add additional CO2|
|Cost-effective - significantly reduces cost by saving on plant downtime, process, and labors.|
|-78.5 C, a sanitizer effect. Allergen contamination is removed and surfaces are sterilized while mold and bacterial growth are inhibited.|
|No secondary waste - Dry ice blasting does not produce secondary waste streams, residue or moisture.|
|Keep dry ice out of the reach of children.|
|Never eat or swallow dry ice. It can burn your throat and cause serious damage.|
|Avoid inhaling carbon dioxide gas in excess as it may lead to nausea, headaches, drowsiness and in certain extreme scenarios cause unconsciousness.|
|It is very dangerous to use dry ice in a walk-in freezer, cooler, closed truck bed, or other small space with poor ventilation. A large amount of dry ice in a walk-in cooler or freezer can produce a great deal of carbon dioxide, which can possibly be fatal to someone entering that space.|
|Because dry ice can cause carbon dioxide gas to accumulate and build up pressure, do not dispose of dry ice in a sewer, garbage disposal, garbage chute, etc. Allow leftover dry ice to melt and turn into gas in a well-ventilated area.|
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