Dry-Ice Blasting

Dry Ice Blasting Professionals

Remove rust, scaling paint, corrosion and food particles with no chemical residue.

Dry-ice blasting can be used to clean processing equipment to effectively remove rust, scaling paint, corrosion and food particles. This process can decontaminate food processing surfaces of Salmonella, E. coli, and Listeria such that these microorganisms are not detectable using conventional microbiological methods. It may also be used to clean equipment without disassembly and without producing fire or electrical hazards. The EPA recommends dry-ice blasting as an alternative to many types of solvent-based cleaning. Dry-ice blasting can clean numerous objects with differing, complex geometrics at once. Due to the blast media sublimating without residue, dry-ice blasting finds use in the food processing, pharmaceutical, semiconductor, manufacturing and aerospace industries among others.

Compared to other blasting-cleaning methods, dry-ice blasting produces fewer waste products, no water run-off and leaves no chemical residue as dry-ice sublimates at room temperature.

OUR EXPERTISE

  • Chemical Facilities
  • Food Processing Facilities
  • Potable Water Tanks
  • Manufacturing Facilities
  • Military Installations
  • Petroleum Storage Facilities
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Piping
  • Power Generation Facilities
  • Pulp and Paper Mills
  • Storage and Warehousing Facilities
  • Structural Steel
  • Swimming Pool Coatings NEW
  • Water and Waste Water Plants

OUR SERVICES

  • Sandblasting
  • Concrete Restoration
  • Corrosion Surveys
  • Floor Coatings
  • Industrial Cleaning
  • Industrial Coatings Application
  • Intumescent Fire Proofing
  • Cementitious Fire Proofing
  • Lead Abatement
  • Secondary Containment Coatings
  • Surface Preparation
  • Tank Coating
  • Tank Lining
  • UHP Water Blasting
  • Dry-Ice Blasting

Associations & Certifications

Women's Business Enterprise National Council
The Small, Women-owned, and Minority-owned Business certification program
The Society for Protective Coatings
Better Business Bureau
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