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   The cleaning method of the 21 st century   |   Cyclone Nozzle - Technology
 

The cleaning method of the 21st century

    
 
 
 How does cleaning with dry ice work?

The dry ice pellets drop from the blasting system ice hopper into a dispensing device and are then accelerated by com-pressed air. The blasting medium is blasted through precise high-performance nozzles onto the surface being cleaned by compressed air.

The sudden cooling (-79 C) on the surface renders the layer of soiling brittle, releases it from the subsurface (thermal effect), and it will then be completely removed by the subsequent dry ice pellets (mechanical effect). Unlike the familiar sand blasting method, this cleaning method does not damage the surface. The pellets collide with the surface being cleaned at -79C and subliminate completely, with only the removed soilings will have to be disposed of. There is no need for costly and time-consuming disposal of the blasting agent.

The DIS Dry Ice Systems high-tech blasting systems are either operated pneumatically or electro-pneumatically.






 
 


Cyclone Nozzle - Technology

    
 
         
 
 Cyclone Nozzle - Technology 
   
         
 
  Drastic improvement in performance
  Low requirement of compressed air
  Reduction of the consumption of dry ice pellets
  The DIS Dry Ice Systems method is considerably less
    expensive and more effective compared to other suppliers