Monday, December 10, 2012

Dry Ice Blasting

I come across the term “dry ice blasting’ about few years ago when I started to work with my current company, where I have to liaise with our exhibitors. There was this European country exhibitor that exhibited their dry ice machine, and guess what? I had a hard time trying to understand all these terms when the sales personnel tried hard to explain them to me and show me how the dry ice machine operates. It was a great time learning all these terms and getting to know how its works as I am not from this industry, so it was really an eyes opening experience for me. From a total noob about dry ice blasting, I got to know that it is a revolutionary blasting method that uses small, compact dry ice pellets as the blasting material. The dry ice pellets are accelerated in a jet of compressed air similar to that used in traditional blasting methods. It’s great right! I never knew that you can actually use dry ice to replace hazardous chemicals, solvents and others methods! Another great point is that dry ice vaporises on contact with the surface to be cleaned. Treated surfaces are therefore left dry and clean, without residues of detergents or blasting materials and its does not produce any waste products! I saw a lot of new clients patronized this company’s stand, trying to get as much information as they could so that they could go back and pass the information to their superiors. Not only that, a lot of company directors were busy checking on the deals for [dry ice blasting equipment for sale] by the company, as they were having special promotions for those who ordered on the spot. Not to mention, they had a promotion for dry ice blasting rental as well, so many gathered around their stand to know more about this technology. Well, if you want to know more about dry ice blasting, why not Check it out? Try googling it and see what you can find!

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