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Dry ice cleaning or dry ice blasting, is a cleanliness technology without solvent or detergent, perfect for degreasing operations on machine tools in the industrial sector: all sectors!

The medium used is dry ice (solid co2), which is placed inside the hopper of a blaster or co2 cleaning machine.

Dry ice is then blasted onto surfaces to be treated with compressed air, to remove dirt, and pollution accumulated for many years or not, causing the latter to peel off.

The list of articles below will allow you to get a precise idea of this cleaning technology, whether you are an industrialist, a cleaning company (or in the making), a neophyte, a curious…



Dry ice cleaning explained

Explanations of the dry ice blasting process in detail!

You have recently discovered cryogenic cleaning in video and would like to know if this technique is appropriate for your needs. For more information on the cryogenics cleaning process, click on the following link: dry ice cleaning: how does it work?

The advantages of cryogenic cleaning: dry and non-abrasive

What are the benefits of dry ice blasting?

“Cleaning technology”, “revolutionary process”… There is no shortage of superlatives for the cleaning process by spraying dry ice glass. But what makes this technique an essential process in the field of industrial cleaning? Find out in the following section all the benefits of dry ice cleanliness.

Applications of cryogenic cleaning

What are the different applications of cryogenic cleaning?

Discover in this section the many videos on the benefits achievable by dry ice celaning. Agri-food, electrical cabinets, post-sinister cleaning… more than 80 videos. Check back regularly on this section to see the new videos.

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F.A.Q: Questions and answers about dry ice cleaning

Find in this section, fair questions, answers to the many questions on the theme of cleaning by splashing dry ice. Regular update.

Industrial Dry Ice Cleaning in the Food & Beverage Industry

Learn how industrial dry ice blasting drastically reduces production shutdowns

Discover all the benefits of
industrial cleaning by splashing dry ice
in industrial sectors: from preventive cleaning to curativecleaning, through cleaning delicate surfaces, dry ice projection is the most efficientmethod of dry industrial cleaning.

It instantly removes dirt by mechanical and thermal action without generating secondary waste, and without damaging the treated surfaces: rubber mold, electrical installations, stripping of paint, without the need for special protection…

Cryogenic stripping operation on rust

Discover all the applications of dry ice stripping: a technology that combines cryogenics and sandblasting

Dry ice stripping combines the benefits of dry icecleaning with sandblasting.

No wonder this method is increasingly appreciated by architects, because this surface treatment technology is: fast, economical and generates very little dust.

For the rehabilitation of your surfaces and to remove all types of pollutants, the projection of pellets of dry ice or compacted dry snow (coupled with bicarbonate, or other types of abrasives): surface treatment by cryogenics,itis ecological cleaning parexcellence! écologique

Cryogenic cleaning machine in action

Dry ice cleaning machines: all the answers to your questions!

Looking for professional cleaning equipment? For decontaminationoperations, or to perform services (or cleaning services), in the industry?

Choosing a professional CO2 cleaning machineis not easy when you are new to thefield, and before you start a purchase, you would like to know the answers to your questions about existing technologies, tariffs, dry ice consumption, etc.

In short, your desire is to be able to equip you with equipment, with a quick return on investment!

Dry ice for dry ice cleaning

What is dry ice and how to use it?

Carbon dioxide in solid form, also known as dry ice, is that it goes from solid to gas, without going through a liquid phase. This property is called sublimation.

Unknown to the public, dry ice is now one of the ways in which industrialists can clean up their process, while greatly reducing the impact on the environment.

Discover all the articles on dry ice in the section solid carbon dioxide: its history, its applications and much more! , which today replaces water use and high-pressure cleaning on many applications and drastically reduces effluent.

Dry ice cleaning training: theory and practice

Industrial dry ice cleaning trainings: learn the basics essential for dry ice cleaning!

Like all professions, the beaba of the successful remains the theoretical and practical training.

Industrial and cryogenic cleaning are no exception to the rule: Basic knowledge and the Putting it into practice of his acquaintances, after a Training in industrial cleaning techniques using dry ice ensure the development of companies and enable them to offer their customers services through environmentally friendly cleaning technology.

Dry ice cleaning machine rental: Delta Diffusion agency

Dry ice cleaning machine rental… Yes, but where?

Need to rent cryogenic cleaning equipment to restore your industrial surfaces, whether you are in the food industry or the printing press, or because you have to clean your electrical cabinets? 100% pneumatic or electro-pneumatics…

In addition to the rental solutions, Cryoblaster offers rental solutions for dry ice cleaning, cleaning training, in order to be able*to use safely and with great efficiency, in order to avoid any alteration of the support or substrate.

Dry ice cleaning does not damage surfaces unless they have a hardness close to that of chalk (such as softwoods: pine, fir… Result: brushed effect)

Principle of action of cryogenic cleaning: phase kinetic energy

Cryogenic cleaning: principle of action… How does it work?

Discover in video the operation of the dry ice cleaning process: impact, dilation, sublimation… the 3 steps of dry ice cleaning in pictures to better understand the process.

Personal protective equipment for cryogenic cleaning

Personal protective equipment (EPI) for cryogenic cleaning… What to choose?

Discover in this article all the safety features for dry ice cleaning. You will be able to invest in what you need without breaking the bank, while being perfectly protected!

Personal protective equipment for cryogenic cleaning

History of Dry Ice Cleaning

This article explores the evolution of cryogenic cleaning from its origins in the mid-twentieth century, highlighting the major advances that have promoted its widespread use in multiple sectors, while prospecting the potential evolutions of this eco-responsible technology.

Preparation of a dry ice blasting nozzle

Mastering the optimization of spray nozzles

The Complete Guide to Optimizing Dry Ice Cleaning Nozzles on Cryoblaster.com offers essential tips for maximizing the effectiveness of this eco-friendly and versatile cleaning method, ensuring optimal results. From selecting the right nozzles to fine-tuning parameters, this guide provides the information needed to improve dry ice cleaning performance.

Preparation of a dry ice blasting nozzle

Carbon dioxide (C02) bottles for dry ice blasting: an expensive and cumbersome love affair

Oh you, lover of cleanliness and science, come and discover the surprising world of dry ice cleaning! What could be more exhilarating than plunging into a tumultuous love affair with heavy and expensive CO2 cylinders ? Take a seat, grab your glass of soft drink and let us tell you about this tragicomic epic where carbon dioxide magically turns into snow or dry ice, to help us clean effortlessly. Yes, you heard that right, it’s like Christmas in July, but without the cold and the presents. So, are you ready to embark on this sparkling dry ice cleaning adventure?

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Cryogenic cleaning quote in photos: the method

Following numerous requests for advice in order to establish a cost estimate for cryogenic cleaning on photos, following the receipt of this kind of documents, it is time to share with you the method to ensure your success.


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