Cleaning with DRY ICE

DRY ICE BLASTING MACHINES

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No damage, No moisture, Non-conductive – Safe on electrical, Non-corrosive

Non-toxic, Sanitising, No secondary waste, No down-time

VERY FAST, VERY DRY

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POLAR BLASTING SYSTEMS

Cleaning with DRY ICE.

Dry Ice Blasting is quickly becoming the favored method of cleaning among a large number of industries where the use of abrasives, water or chemicals is not possible or creates other issues. Environmental benefits include cleaning with a natural substance, replacing chemicals and minimising the need for special waste disposal.

This method of natural cleaning uses pellets made with a process of taking Liquid Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and expanding it to produce a snow-like substance that is compressed through a die to make hard Dry Ice Pellets.

Polar Blasting Systems – Dry Ice Cleaning

This innovative process has many benefits

The process is very fast and very dry. The dry ice sublimates (converts from solid to gas) on contact and the cleaning process can be performed on-line without requiring disassembly and without the need for drying time.

Cleaning With A Natural Substance

Dry Ice Blasting uses Dry Ice Pellets made from the same substance used to carbonate beverages. This method does not generate secondary waste as does sand, soda, water, or grit cleaning. Dry Ice Blasting also replaces chemical and solvent based cleaning.

Safe On
Electrical

This versatile process cleans heavy build-up without damage to sensitive areas like electrical components, switches, wiring, photo electric sensors, and more.

A Thorough,
Deeper Cleaning

Since Dry Ice Pellets manage to reach every nook and corner of the equipment it cleans more deeply and effectively.

No
Damage

Dry Ice Blasting is completely dry, non-abrasive, non-toxic and non-corrosive. It quickly removes most contaminants without damage to switches, panels, lines, tubes, wiring or belts, HVAC equipment and is safe to use on electrical

How Does Dry Ice Blasting Clean?

The Dry Ice Pellets are propelled at supersonic speed by compressed air. Upon impact, the Dry Ice creates a “micro-thermal shock” (caused by the extreme cold of the pellet @ -79.5° C), which breaks the bond between the coating and the substrate. The high-pressure air stream removes the dirt from the surface and the Dry Ice pellets vapourise (sublimate) before your eyes.