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Guide to Dry Ice Blasting and Its Many Benefits Dry ice blasting or cold jet dry ice blasting is an efficient and cost-effective was of cleaning surfaces that involves propelling pellets at extremely high speed, just like using sand, plastic beads and soda that goes through a pressurized air stream to impact a surface to be cleaned. The difference between dry ice pellets and the other media mentioned above (sand, plastic beads, and soda) is that dry ice pellets are softer and much less dense. Upon impact, the pellet is diverted immediately into gas form and averting minimal abrasion to the surface that is being cleaned. When solid is instantaneously turned to gas, a process called sublimation, it absorbs a large amount of heat due to thermal shock thus doing a better performance in cleaning out molds by flaking it off more easily. The advantage of dry ice blasting is that there is no additional waste or secondary contamination that you usually find using other media or water blasting. Dry ice blasting, compared to traditional cleaning methods, is practical and affordable, and this technology is the best alternative when it comes to cleaning methods. It is widely used even to a wide variety of applications including those very sensitive cleaning situations like removing flux from electronic circuit boards, to those impassive heavy sanitation jobs like removing slags. It is also widely used to blast a wide range of food processing, plastics and molded products. Since dry ice sublimates, meaning that it turns into carbon dioxide gas upon impact, the process is dry. Since dry ice blasting is non-conductive, you can use it where electrical wirings are involved and where water cannot be used because of its conducive properties. With dry ice blasting you cut cleaning time and reduce cost compared to doing manual cleaning using solvents and brush, and you don’t even have to disassemble and reassembly machinery before cleaning them.
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Other than that, there is also no media waste to dispose of since the dry ice pellets would simply vanish in thin air once it has done its job. The method is tagged as a green method by environmentalists for the reason that the pellets turn into carbon dioxide gas which is absorbed by plants and trees and converts them into oxygen and carbon. They don’t contribute to greenhouse gases and they don’t produce hazardous waste.
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Therefore, as business continues to migrate toward more environmentally conscious technologies, dry ice blasting is a significant advantage that should be considered. And though the name might be a little intimidating, dry ice blasting is actually a safe and effective method of cleaning, especially for the food industry and general cleaning where mold and bacteria can cause a great amount of health issues when found in everyday living and working spaces.