Safe Cleaning with Dry Ice: Changing the Way the World Cleans

Dry Ice Blasting employs a revolutionary system to remove debris. Using compressed air technology, tiny pellets of dry ice blast through damage to restore the original surface. The process is similar to sandblasting, steam blasting or high-pressure water technologies, but offers superior results that

• create no secondary waste,
• are free of hazardous chemicals, and
• are non-abrasive.

The Science Behind Dry Ice Blasting

Dry Ice Blasting has changed cleaning forever. The secret to the success of the Dry Ice Blasting process is its ultra-cold temperature of -109.3 degrees F˚. Unwanted materials shrink and loosen instantly, while direct contact warms the sub-surface, allowing for rapid removal of debris.

There is a scientific explanation for the process: dry ice converts back into carbon dioxide gas, which has 800 times its original volume, hastening debris removal.

Dry Ice Blasting removes unwanted substances such as adhesives, asphalt, decals and stickers, dirt, grease, glues, ink, paint, oil, resins and tar, which are then safely contained and removed.

Dry Ice Blasting has been approved by the EPA, FDA and the USDA.