OUR DRY ICE BLASTING SOLUTION

Removal of spots with zinc ashes is done in seconds without any damaged to the surface. We supply mobile units that can be used at several locations

No water or chemicals used to get superior finish and quality.

  • Reduction in labour cost
  • Reduces aftertreatment issues.
  • Avoid scratching from tools

IBLmini is the solution for industries with limited airlow. Small but powerfull.

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DRY ICE BLASTER IBLMINI

DRY ICE BLASTING SERVES MANY BENEFITS

1. 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.

2. Safe on Electrical

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

3. A Thorough, Deeper Cleaning

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

4. 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.

5. No Down Time

The process is very fast and dry. The dry ice disappears on contact and can be performed on-line without disassembly and without need for drying time.t her.

IBL3000 is the most powerful dry ice blaster in our range. Click on photo to learn more!

Dry ice blasting offers a completely dry and non damaging cleaning process.

  • Quickly removal of zinc ashes and other unwanted particles
  • Can be cleaned while surface is hot
  • No water spill in production area
  • Quick turnaround
  • Perfect result can be achieved with only little air supply
Dry ice blasting zinc ash galvanization
DRY ICE BLASTER IBL3000

Video on removing zinc ash using dry ice (below)

Removing of zinc ash from hot dip galvanization