Dry Ice: What It Is, How It’s Made, and Why It’s Important Everyone knows what ice is — ice is simply frozen water. Most ice that people consume and ice that occurs in the winter, encasing lakes, ponds, and the occasional puddle, is known as water-ice. Unless you fall through it or you happen to be unexpectedly driving across is, ice is relatively harmless, keeping beverages cold and providing lovely skating surfaces for children in the winter. There is a different kind of ice that is not derived from water, but is just as important. Dry ice is ...Read More...
Properly cleaning industrial equipment, with its myriad small parts and mechanisms, is difficult for the average worker, and because some industrial equipment is large enough that it needs its own building, many industries rely on dry ice to get the job don...Read More
New cleaning methods have resulted in a different and thorough way for food processing plants to clean their equipment, including all small moving parts and internal pieces that may otherwise go uncleaned. Uncleaned equipment makes for extremely unsanitary co...Read More
Dry ice is used to keep rubber moulding clean through dry ice blasting. This not only helps the moulding, but keeps them looking newer longer and helps blast away dirt, grime, and any residual particles that solvents or chemicals may leave behind. ...Read More
Dry ice is an excellent medium to use in pharmaceutical companies and labs that may need to transport certain types of perishable medication that may require refrigeration during shipment. Pharmaceutical labs use dry ice as part of their research and experime...Read More