Dry ice blasting, also known as CO2 blasting or dry ice cleaning, produces a high temperature, low moisture vapor. The vapor contains only 5 to 6 percent water and is less dense than the air we breathe. Similar to sand blasting, plastic bead blasting or soda blasting where media is accelerated in a pressurized air stream to impact a surface to be cleaned or prepared, carbon dioxide blasting also uses accelerated speeds. However, rather than hard abrasive media ground into a surface, CO2 blasting uses soft dry ice, delivered at extreme speeds, so that it lifts the dirt or other undesired matter off of the surface to be cleaned. It is an efficient, affordabl
In the modern era of rapidly growing populations, technology and industry have had to advance just as quickly in order to keep up with the demand of the masses. And as science and medicine have developed as well, the standards for health and safety have evolved considerably, to ensure the general wellness of these booming communities and societies. These days, it is easier, more efficient, and often more effective to use industrial steam cleaners in settings where there are large amounts of consumable substances being produced and handled.
Meeting regulations in the food and beverage industry
As the demand to mass produce food rises, so does the necessity to keep all of the equipment used in every step of the process sanitary and in pristine condition. The food and bev