The usage of small dry-ice pellets has proven to be an excellent opportunity for cleaning various surfaces. In comparison to the usage of water, sand or synthetic materials, dry ice as a means of blasting device does not leave any kinds of remains. Carbon Dioxide volatilises without residue, moreover it is non-toxic as well as odour- and tasteless and therefore particularly suitable for effectively cleaning heavily dirty industrial facilities and machines during maintenance.

Double Effect- -efficient cleaning through dry-ice

Dry ice pellets may function in two different ways: On the one hand dry-ice heavily cools down the dirt which results in removing from the surface. The dirt contracts due to the intense CO2 undercooling and, as a result, becomes recalcitrant. Consequently, the thermoelectric voltage cleans layers of soil from the surface. The continuous high speed blasting eventually removes all remaining particles of dirt.

Thus, there are two reasons that guarantee our method’s success: The thermal and the mechanical effect. The surface itself is not damaged which constitutes the main advantages of dry-ice blasting. Apart from that, as already mentioned above, remaining residues will not occur which makes our method highly ecological. If you have any questions concerning the application of our dry-ice blasting devices, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Functional principle of dry-ice blasting machines

The 3mm pellets stored in the dry-ice machine’s storage container fall through a metering device into the manifold. Triggering the blasting gun creates a vacuum sucking in the pellets, which are ejected through adequate high-performance nozzles with a speed of about 300m/s and eventually blasted onto the surface to be cleaned. If you are interested in the capability and efficiency of our dry-ice blasting machines, do not hesitate to contact us.

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