Dry Ice Blasting

 
Dry Ice Blasting is a revolutionary blasting method that uses rice sized dry ice pellets as the blasting material. The pellets are accelerated in a jet of compressed air similar to that used in traditional blasting methods.

Why clean with dry ice blasting? Because it requires ...

  • less cleanup
  • less time 
  • less labor-intensive effort
  • no cool-down
  • no disassembly
  • no equipment relocation
  • no equipment drainage
Dry ice blasting also is...
  • non-polluting
  • non-corrosive
  • non-conductive
  • non-explosive
  • almost 100%  sterile
  • able to inhibit bacterial growth by sanitizing 75% as it disinfects

 
Dry Ice Blasting was designed to replace high pressure water cleaning and other traditional blasting methods that use materials such as sand, glass, and plastic as abrasives. It also effectively replaces the use of hazardous chemicals, solvents, and other dangerous cleaning processes.

Where can dry ice blasting be applied? Its applications include ...

Electrical/Electronic

  • control panels
  • cable trays, motors/stators
  • armatures/coils/windings
  • generators
  • printed circuit boards
  • semi-conductors
  • transformers
  • robotic equipment
  • insulators
  • substations

Industrial

  • molding equipment
  • butt welders
  • process equipment
  • manufacturing equipment
  • piping
  • tanks
  • printing presses
  • boiler tubes

Commercial

  • building interiors/exteriors
  • hospitals/nursing homes
  • heating/cooling systems
  • remediation/restoration
  • graffiti removal

For what industries is dry ice blasting useful?

  • Aerospace
  • Electrical
  • Fire Restoration
  • Food & Beverage
  • Foundry
  • General Maintenance
  • Historic Restoration
  • Manufacturing
  • Marine
  • Mass Transit
  • Mold Remediation
  • Packaging
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Plastics
  • Printing/Plating
  • Utilities
Dry ice blasting: a real solution. EMS: your best option.
Contact Environmental Management Specialists (EMS), Inc. today.
We are dry ice blasting experts located just north of Fort Wayne, Indiana.
 
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