Whether you prefer to call it Dry Ice Blasting, CO2 Blasting, or even Cryogenic Blasting, cleaning with super cold dry ice, propelled at supersonic speeds, is a superior industrial cleaning method for equipment and machinery. It’s faster, more cost effective, and an entirely environmentally friendly cleaning technology.
Dry ice blasting is similar to cleaning or blasting with sand but with a major difference. Sand blasting requires that the sand be removed after the cleaning process. Comparatively, dry ice is nothing but frozen CO2 in a pellet form and will sublimate safely back into the atmosphere. With nothing to remove from the site but the dirt, grease, or any number of other contaminants, clean-up is much easier. Dry ice blasting is one of the best ways to clean surfaces without causing damage to equipment being cleaned or to the environment.
Need more cleaning effectiveness? Utilizing high pressure CO2 blasting at 180-200 psi and the cleaning effect of more abrasive materials is realized without the disposal problem of the abrasive itself.
The benefits of using Dry Ice Blasting is extensive, but one of the most convenient differences is that equipment can generally be cleaned where it stands. Using CO2 blasting has a clear advantage over other cleaning methods if the equipment or machinery to be cleaned has electrical components, has to stay dry, or if it’s delicate.
CO2LD TECH is the dry ice (CO2) cleaning division of Blackwell’s Inc. Since 1982, Blackwell’s Inc. has been the source for industrial cleaning throughout the southeastern United States. Should your industrial cleaning require dry ice blasting, confined space work, ductwork, ceilings, production machinery, storage tanks etc., we are the professionals with specialized training and decades of experience. CO2LD TECH Dry Ice Blasting is Georgia based and near Atlanta, serving the southeastern United States including Alabama (AL), Georgia (GA), Florida (FL), Mississippi (MS), North Carolina (NC), South Carolina (SC), Tennessee (TN), and Virginia (VA).
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