A sampling of facilities applications, includes:

  • General Equipment & Facility
  • Walls/Floors
  • Equipment Degreasing
  • Motors / Electrical Boxes
  • Electrical Components
  • Control Panels
  • Pipes and Hoses
  • Conveyors
  • Cooling Fans
  • Gears
  • HVAC Repair
  • Hydraulic Parts
  • Robotics
  • Printing Presses
  • Graffiti Removal

Key benefits of dry ice blasting over other cleaning methods include:

  • Effectively kills bacteria (mold, listeria, salmonella, e. coli)
  • Effectively decontaminates/sanitizes production surfaces
  • Reduces cleaning downtime
  • Is environmentally responsible
  • Creates no secondary waste
  • Eliminates wear and tear
  • Is a non-abrasive process
  • Cleans in-place; no cool down required
  • Enhances Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) programs

environmentally Safe
No Harmful Chemicals
Fast, Effective, Responsible


Decontaminate food production surfaces while reducing cleaning time up to 80%. Dry ice blasting cleans food processing equipment, decontaminates Salmonella, E. coli, and Listeria as well as reducing cross-contamination caused by nuts and other allergens. In addition, dry ice blast cleaning removes all protein residues on food processing equipment, and replaces expensive, labor-intensive, manual scrubbing using wire brushes and caustic chemicals with a pure and powerful cleaning process.

As a result of dry ice blasting in the baking industry, oven-cleaning costs can be significantly reduced. Dry ice blasting can clean carbon build-up, grease and other contaminants in the production ovens without disassembly and while the ovens are still on.


Due to growing demand for electricity, some equipment such as pad-mounted switchgears and substations go without maintenance. This results in less efficient operation and unplanned outages caused by flashover.

Dry ice blasting, a non-conductive process, can restore both rotating and stationary electrical equipment to peak performance with dramatically shorter outages.

Dry ice blasting systems have been developed to clean various types of energized electrical apparatus so that efficiency can be restored with no power outage.

Dry Ice Blasting: Advanced Surface Preparation


 In a typical cleaning process, manual scraping requires 20-30 man-hours per piece of equipment. Using dry ice blasting, the same piece of equipment can be cleaned in less than two hours. With this type of speed and efficiency, there is no longer any need to wait for the next shutdown to clean. It is now cost effective to do your cleaning between job changes on the press, giving you more production time and higher production rates.

Dry ice blasting replaces the use of dangerous solvents, scrapers, chisels and emery cloths without having to dismantle the press thus eliminating many direct and indirect costs such as downtime hours, poor printing quality, increase scrap, wear of machined parts, and disposal of hazardous waste and solvents.


Mold can cause a great deal of health problems and can severely damage the integrity of a building's structure. So, removing the mold in its entirety is vital to any mold remediation project.

Dry ice blasting removes 99.9% of mold spores from wood, and it does so up to 80% faster than traditional cleaning methods. It also provides complete removal even in the tight angles of trusses, around nails, wiring and all plumbing without damage.

Dry ice blasting can reduce manpower time up to 60-80%. The technology thoroughly removes mold spores from wood and has the ability to reach tight, confined areas. There is no sanding and scraping, and no secondary waste streams. Dry ice technology is the perfect solution for removing smoke soot, vaporized synthetic resins and char. Dry ice blasting has even been known to reduce or eliminate the burnt smell that results from fire, smoke and water damage.

Dry ice blasting provides fast and efficient removal of smoke damage, even in the tight angles of trusses, around nails, wiring and all plumbing without damage to the surface integrity.