Compared to other cleaning options, dry ice cleaning produces no secondary waste. There are no chemicals or grit media to impact the environment. Different than grit media which can collect and destroy sensitive parts, dry ice will not affect sensitive parts such as windings, gears, and bearings on industrial machinery as it evaporates back into gas upon impact.
Dry ice cleaning is an effective solution to clean hard to reach areas that can’t be reached with solvents and rags. Dry ice cleaning allows for a more thorough clean. Dry ice is considered a soft blast media which is non-abrasive to many substrates. Dry ice cleaning can reduce your downtime by up to 80% over traditional cleaning methods.
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Dry Ice Blasting is useful often in these areas:
- Industrial Cleaning
- Equipment Cleaning
- Paint Preparation
- Line Cleaning
Keeping Your Commercial Equipment and Electronics Clean!
Dry ice cleaning with Suds Mobile Cleaning offers a superior cleaning process that can reduce cleaning time by up to 80%. In addition, dry ice cleaning can eliminate secondary waste and result in a significant reduction in overall cleaning costs. Since it uses no toxic or abrasive materials, dry ice cleaning is the perfect choice for cleaning electrical, food preparation, and processing equipment.
Dry ice blasting is safe for use on a variety of electrical equipment:
- Electrical control panels
- Circuit boards
- Cable trays
- Robotic equipment
- Sub-station save an innovative cleaning solution to help you!
- Automotive Applications
- Paint Preparation
Food processing and packaging equipment gets very dirty with grease, proteins, seasoning, crumbs, and other build-up. This prevents the equipment from operating at peak efficiency. Build up reduces the quality of your products, and puts you at risk for violating health codes.
If you work in the food industry, you know how heavily regulated it is. Violating food safety regulations can be devastating for your business. Dry ice cleaning is the fastest and most effective method that is approved for use in food industry applications by the Food and Drug Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, and the United States Department of Agriculture. Unlike sand, bead, or water blasting, dry ice blasting uses no toxic chemicals, leaves no lasting residue, and doesn’t result in the need to dispose of contaminated water.