How Does Dry Ice Cleaning Work?

How Does Dry Ice Cleaning Work?


Dry ice cleaning, also known as dry ice blasting or CO2 cleaning, is a cleaning process that uses dry ice pellets as the blasting medium to remove unwanted materials from surfaces.

The process works by using compressed air to accelerate the dry ice pellets to high speeds and then directing the stream of pellets at the surface to be cleaned. When the pellets hit the surface, they immediately sublimate from a solid to a gas, creating small explosions that loosen and remove dirt, grime, paint, and other contaminants from the surface.

Because dry ice pellets are made of frozen carbon dioxide, they are non-abrasive and do not produce any secondary waste, making it a highly effective and environmentally friendly cleaning method. Additionally, since the process uses compressed air and dry ice pellets, it is a dry cleaning method, making it ideal for cleaning surfaces that cannot be exposed to moisture, such as electrical equipment, machinery, and electronics.

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