Dry Ice Blast Cleaning Systems

Cold Jet has introduced the new Aero Series of dry ice blast cleaning systems.

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Cold Jet has introduced the new Aero Series of dry ice blast cleaning systems. Units are said to provide advanced, economical dry ice cleaning in an environmentally friendly format for a variety of industries. The new models include the electric-pneumatic Aero 40, Aero 80, Aero 80-DX and Aero 80-HP, and the pneumatic-powered Aero C100, which is designed to clean twice as fast as other pneumatic systems on the market. The systems use non-abrasive media Cold Jet says won’t damage surfaces or equipment. The media, dry ice pellets or particles, create mini-explosions on the surfaces being cleaned, lifting away dirt and contaminants. Unlike sand, bead or soda blasting, dry ice blasting is non-abrasive and does not leave any secondary waste—the dry ice pellets or particles convert from solid to gas upon impact. Dry ice blasting is also safe and non-toxic, does not create downstream contamination, and reduces or eliminates employee exposure to dangerous chemical cleaning agents. The process has been approved by the EPA, FDA and USDA as an acceptable cleaning method.

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