Printing & Paper

Minimal abrasion from dry ice cleaning leaves surfaces undamaged and with no moisture, ready for use.

Buildings

Ideal for sensitive projects where water would cause problems and sandblasting would damage the original surfaces.

Nuclear

Precision and heat sensitive equipment remains safe with dry ice cleaning. No contaminant disposal costs.

Food
Ovens & Furnaces can be cleaned while still hot as no steam is created using dry ice.
Manufacturing
The minimal abrasion of dry ice cleaning means that tools, dies and moulds last longer and makes cost effective sense.
General Use
Dry ice cleaning is perfect for inside use as no wet floors are left behind. Debris can be simply swept away!
Authorities
High mobility makes dry ice cleaning perfect for local authority use.

How does dry ice cleaning work?

 

Dry ice cleaning works on the principle of 3mm dry ice pellets entering a jet of compressed air, propelled from the gun at supersonic speed (>800mph) and then fired at the surface to be cleaned.

The abrupt cooling of the surface causes a thermal shock and produces fine cracks in the top layer.

The dry ice pellets penetrate these cracks; lift the contaminant from the surface and return to the atmosphere as CO² gas leaving only the contaminant behind.