Dry Ice Blasting - 100 % Efficient
Clean your surfaces quickly, easily and environmentally friendly with dry ice blasting!
Dry Ice Blasting
Dry ice blasting is a cleaning technology that is becoming increasingly popular. It involves directing a jet of dry ice particles at a surface to clean it thoroughly and effectively. Unlike conventional cleaning methods such as sandblasting or chemicals, dry ice blasting is environmentally friendly, gentle and efficient.
One of the most important advantages of dry ice blasting is its environmental friendliness. Unlike traditional cleaning methods that use chemicals or abrasive materials like sand, dry ice blasting is non-toxic and not harmful to the environment. The dry ice used in the cleaning process evaporates completely and leaves no residue. This means there are no hazardous chemicals or waste to dispose of.
Another advantage of dry ice blasting is that it is a gentle cleaning method. Unlike traditional cleaning methods like sandblasting or chemical cleaners that can damage surfaces, dry ice blasting is gentle and does not damage surfaces. This means that it is also suitable for delicate materials such as plastic, wood or aluminum.
Dry ice blasting is also an extremely effective cleaning method. The dry ice particles used in cleaning are very fine and can reach even hard-to-reach areas. This allows for thorough cleaning even in places that are difficult to reach with other cleaning methods. Dry ice blasting can also remove stubborn contaminants such as oils, grease, paint, rust and graffiti.
Time and cost efficient
Dry ice blasting is also a very time and cost efficient cleaning method. Unlike traditional cleaning methods like sandblasting or chemical cleaners that take a lot of time and energy to apply, dry ice blasting is quick and easy. It requires no preparation time and leaves no residue, which significantly reduces cleaning time.
Dry ice blasting is a versatile cleaning method and can be used in a variety of industries. Here are just some of the applications of dry ice blasting:
– In the automotive industry for cleaning engines, car bodies and wheel rims.
– In the food industry for cleaning production equipment, ovens and cutting machines.
– In the electronics industry for cleaning printed circuit boards and electronic components.
– In the building cleaning industry for the removal of graffiti, paint and dirt.
Dry ice blasting – References – Fields of application
Dry ice blasting Car automotive industry
Cleaning of ingot molds, core boxes, assembly plants, robotics, spray booths.
Removal of fire loads, soot, charring.
Cleaning of paper residues, ink, grease, oils on printing machines, cylinders, tools. Release agents in molds and robots.
Cleaning with dry ice is a dry cleaning process, it does not contain moisture. Cleaning of generators, turbines, switchboards, electrical equipment, electric motors, circuit breakers and plates, electrical production equipment. Sensors
Cleaning of core boxes, ingot molds, removal of scaling, release agents, die casting machines, hydraulic equipment.
Cleaning of molds for tires, seats, sealing system.
Cleaning of fume hoods and exhaust system in commercial kitchens. Cleaning of air conditioning systems, cooling systems, refrigeration systems.
Building – street cleaning
Cleaning of wooden facades, stone facades from climbing plants and fire damage, tunnels, road and parking lot markings, asphalt cleaning. Graffiti, chewing gum from walls and path.
Dry ice blasting wood industry
Cleaning of woodworking machines.
Plastic injection molding
Cleaning of workpieces. Remove silicone, release agents, rubber, paints, varnishes.
Cleaning of injection molds. Removal of release agents, mold cleaning.
Cleaning of electrical equipment, waste bunkers, crane trolleys, conveyors, heat exchangers, boiler cleaning, electrostatic precipitators.
Cleaning of conveyors, packaging lines, filling lines, mixing lines, tanks, ovens, production lines from grease, starch, baked-on, incrustations, coking.
Removal of impurities, coatings, grease, oil.
Metal and mechanical engineering
Cleaning of conveyor belts, production lines, welding robots, paint shops.
Cleaning and maintenance of military vehicles.
Engine blocks and accessories, pistons, coils, cylinder heads, light alloy wheels.
engine cleaning, paint stripping, removal of bitumen and adhesives, interior cleaning, underbody removal.
Removal of dirt, rubber, silicone and paints, release agents from injection molds and production lines, product residues.
cleaning of buses, trains, airplanes.
In the paper industry, glue, lime, dust and pulp are deposited in the equipment. Machine breakdowns and quality losses are the result. Plants cleaned with dry ice are quicker, cleaner and therefore quicker ready for use again.
Cleaning of filling plants, conveyor systems, agitators, drying equipment, mixing plants, production lines, tablet machines, packaging machines.
Cleaning of monuments, gravestones, mosaics, stones, statues.
Cleaning of hulls, removal of antifouling, moss and dirt, cleaning of machine parts, gearbox, engine.
Cleaning and servicing of tools, conveyors, assembly lines, furnaces, extruders, industrial tools, mixing systems, hydraulic equipmen.
References – Videos
Removing paint from wooden shingles
Clean lawn mower
Remove underbody protection
Cleaning wooden beams
Remove ivy remnants