CLEAN WITH DRY ICE
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The Environmentally Smart and Safe Way to Clean
Dry ice blasting, (also referred to as dry ice cleaning and CO2 cleaning), is an integral part of the cleaning process in a variety of industries throughout the world. High velocity dry ice particles are accelerated at a surface for the purpose of contamination removal and cleaning. In the most basic terms, dry ice blasting is the use of kinetic energy, (accelerating dry ice particles), hitting the targeted substrate and relocating the contamination. Unlike grit blasting, that actually removes portions of the substrate, dry ice blasting cleans by a nonabrasive, gas flushing action. The surface contaminates are lifted off by the impact of the dry ice and the release of energy created by the dry ice impacting and turning into CO2 gas.
Clean with dry ice without disassembly
Dry ice cleaning is safe around electrical
Cleaning with dry ice is Green Cleaning
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Clean with dry ice and eliminate damage
Dry ice blasting greatly reduces or, in some cases, eliminates the need for caustics, solvents and other chemicals normally used for industrial cleaning. This means fewer VOC emissions, less hazards to employees and less waste to dispose of - resulting in a positive effect on our environment. Most contaminants removed with dry ice cleaning can simply be swept up and disposed of in a dumpster since there is no added waste from the blast (CO2) media. This can mean huge cost savings for the typical customer.
When CO2 blasting is utilized in the restoration marketplace, the environmental impact is likewise minimal.
Blasting fire soot and smoke from residential, commerical and industrial buildings leaves no residue whatsoever, unlike the results obtained from sand, soda and other blasting media.
Mold remediation with CO2 Cleaning is also much less intrusive on the environment, in the same regard, and the mold spores are easily captured in HEPA filters, while the cleaning is in progress.
Dry ice is dry, so there is no danger of short circuiting electrical equipment or rusting bearings. It is non-conductive, so it can even be used on energized circuits. It is non-abrasive, so it will not damage most surfaces.
Dry ice is made from recycled CO2, thus giving it a second useful life and has a net zero effect on the atmosphere.
It is truly the most environmental friendly cleaning process available today!