Depending on the sector you work in, your cleaning needs may go beyond water, soap and elbow grease. There are many cleaning and decontamination options on the market, and one of the primary services Irish Carbonic provides is dry ice blasting.
If you’ve never worked with a dry ice blasting machine, here is a primer on what they are and how they are used.
Broadly speaking, dry ice blasting is a means of pressure-cleaning to remove surface contaminates — for example, grease, mold and paint — using dry ice pellets. These pellets are emitted at rapid speeds and sublimate on impact. The impact creates mini-explosions that unsettle and remove contaminates without damaging the surface.
Dry ice blasting is used on various surfaces, from brick, stone and cement to fiberglass and hardwood. It is a preferred method for cleaning hard-to-reach spaces.
The dry ice blasting process is:
Dry ice blasting is especially useful for cleaning projects where water, chemicals and caustic agents can’t be used. It’s also an excellent method for cleaning fragile or tightly spaced surfaces.
We regularly rent dry ice blasting machines for these projects:
It’s essential to take safety precautions when using a dry ice blasting machine. The pros at Irish Carbonic can provide support and guidance.
Dry ice blasting is an exceptionally eco-friendly cleaning solution. Here are some of the reasons:
We are proud to sell and rent industry-leading dry ice blasting machines from Cold Jet to customers in Buffalo, Rochester and surrounding towns. This product uses recycled solid CO2 pellets called MicroParticles, as well as advanced system technology, to prove precision cleaning with minimal residue.
If you have a challenging cleaning job that requires dry ice blasting, then Irish Carbonic is here to help. Drop us a line today to discuss renting or purchasing a Cold Jet product.