What Can I Clean With Dry Ice?

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Automotive

Dry ice cleaning has helped Automotive companies cut their mold-buildup cleaning costs. Dry ice cleaning’s non-abrasive process easily removes excess grease, sludge, sealant and weld slag from equipment.

Download the Automotive Industry Overview for more information on Automotive applications of dry ice cleaning.

Electrical

Dry ice cleaning has met the Electrical Industry’s challenge of operating efficiency and uptime. A non-conductive process, dry ice cleaning can restore both rotating and stationary electrical equipment to peak performance with dramatically shorter outages.

Fire

Dry ice cleaning has become the preferred method to remove smoke soot, vaporized synthetic resins and char. Dry ice cleaning provides a more thorough clean in tight angles of trusses and around nails and wiring.

Download the Disaster Remediation Industry Overview for more information on Fire Restoration applications of dry ice cleaning.

Food

Dry ice cleaning effectively cleans food processing and packaging equipment of grease, wax, proteins, seasonings, crumbs, glue and other build-up. Dry ice cleaning has been effectively used in AIB inspected facilities.

Download the Food & Packaging Industry Overview for more information on Food & Beverage applications of dry ice cleaning.

Foundry

Dry ice cleaning cleans permanent aluminum molds, core box vents, semi-solid castings and die casting machines hot and online with minimal downtime and without risk of equipment or part damage.

Download the Foundry Industry Overview for more information on Foundry applications of dry ice cleaning.

Historical Restoration

Dry ice cleaning offers a cleaning method for valuable historical artifacts that is non-abrasive, dry and chemical-free.

Download the Historical Restoration Industry Overview for more information on Historical Restoration applications of dry ice cleaning.

Mold Remediation

Dry ice cleaning removes 99.9% of mold spores from wood in a dry, chemical-free process.

Download the Disaster Remediation Industry Overview for more information on Disaster Remediation applications of dry ice cleaning.

Dry Ice Blasting

How does your current cleaning process compare?

Dry ice blasting is the superior alternative to Media Blasting, Solvents, Water, Steam, Hand Cleaning, Chemicals and Abrasives.

Learn more about the many applications for Airgas® Dry Ice

Penguin Brand™ Dry Ice Frightfully Cool Halloween Contest

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What Can I Clean With Dry Ice?

Automotive Dry ice cleaning has helped Automotive companies cut their mold-buildup cleaning costs. Dry ice cleaning’s non-abrasive process easily removes excess grease, sludge, sealant and weld slag from equipment. Download the Automotive Industry Overview for more information on Automotive applications of dry ice cleaning. Electrical Dry ice cleaning has met the Electrical Industry’s challenge of…

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Dry Ice Blasting

What is Dry Ice Blasting? Dry ice blasting is an environmentally safe way to clean with dry ice.  Dry ice blasting is similar to sand blasting, plastic bead blasting or soda blasting, where a medium is accelerated in a pressurized air stream to impact a surface to be cleaned or prepared. Dry ice blasting has…

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Airgas® Cold Shipping Products

With ever-increasing demand and shorter lead times, the makers of quality perishable goods face a constant shipping challenge: how to ensure their products arrive well protected and temperature controlled. Airgas Dry Ice custom packaging specialists provide a reliable, cost-efficient solution. By combining the appropriate refrigerant with a custom designed container, Airgas specialists can provide product…

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