Ice blasting (also referred to as dry ice blasting) is a non-abrasive technique where dry ice (solid for of CO2) is combined with compressed air and propelled towards a surface for the purposes of cleaning. It has several benefits over other more forms of cleaning blasting techniques, which are abrasive, for example sand blasting, or blasting with plastic beads or baking soda.
Since ice blasting results in less airborne contaminants than other blasting medias and requires simpler containment setups, it is often used for removing hazardous substances, such as lead paint or asbestos, or for blasting in enclosed/indoor environments.
It is a very good system for dealing with lead paint or asbestos removal, mold remediation, deburring, cleaning oil and grease stains, and rust removal. It has many purposeful and useful application in various industries. Ice Blast focuses on its use in the following industries:
Food & Packing Plants
General Maintenance for Factories
Oil & Gas Industry
Power Generation Industry
Printing Industry and Companies