Dry ice blasting

Dry ice blasting

Dry ice blasting is an effective and environmentally friendly cleaning method used in various industries. In this method, dry ice, solid carbon dioxide, is blasted at high speed onto the surface to be cleaned. The dry ice evaporates instantly and leaves no residue, making it a dry and non-abrasive cleaning technique.

Advantage of dry ice blasting

The advantage of dry ice blasting is its versatility. It can be used for cleaning

  • Machines
  • Tools
  • Attachments
  • Motors

and many other surfaces can be used. It effectively removes various types of dirt such as:

  • Fat
  • Oil
  • Color
  • Rust

and even stubborn dirt.

Another strength of dry ice blasting is its gentle effect on the surfaces to be cleaned. Unlike conventional blasting methods that use abrasive materials, dry ice blasting does not damage sensitive components or surfaces. It is therefore particularly suitable for cleaning electronic components, sensitive machinery and historical artifacts.
Furthermore, dry ice blasting is environmentally friendly.

Effects of dry ice on the climate

Since the dry ice used is CO2-neutral, no additional emissions or harmful waste are produced during the cleaning process. The dry ice evaporates completely and leaves no chemical residues. It is therefore a sustainable alternative to conventional cleaning methods, which often require the use of chemicals.

However, the application of dry ice blasting requires special knowledge and equipment.

It is important to use trained personnel who know the correct procedures and safety measures. In addition, parameters such as pressure, blasting speed and nozzle selection should be adjusted according to the surface to be cleaned.

Overall, dry ice blasting is an effective, gentle and environmentally friendly cleaning method. It offers a wide range of application possibilities and enables the thorough removal of soiling without damaging the surfaces. With growing awareness of environmental protection and sustainability, dry ice blasting is becoming increasingly important as a cleaning technique.


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