Recoveron Industrial Services provides Dry Ice Blasting…….


Also referred to as CO2 Blasting

Dry ice blasting is a remarkable process that has revolutionized industrial cleaning maintenance. Dry Ice Blasting (also referred to as CO2 blasting) is similar to sand or soda blasting, where a medium is accelerated in a pressurized air stream to impact the surface that is to be cleaned or prepared. But that is where the similarity ends. Instead of using a hard, abrasive medium to grind on the surface, dry ice blasting uses soft dry ice, making it completely non-abrasive.

One unique aspect of using dry ice particles as a blast medium is that the particles vaporize upon impact with the surface. That means no secondary waste, as in other forms of blasting. Dry ice blasting is non-flammable, non-conductive and, since there is no secondary contaminates, it is non-toxic and environmentally friendly. As a result, dry ice blasting provides a more thorough, higher quality and more cost-effective cleaning.

Dry ice blasting allows most items to be cleaned in place. This, combined with Recoveron Industrial Service’s unique negative air draw containment solution, eliminates the need for time-consuming disassembly, shutting down surrounding equipment, or moving inventory items.

Less time, less water, less waste means more production and profit for you!


Fast and Effective

Since the dry ice pellets consist of CO2, they vaporize on contact with the surface.  Our system yields no waste products such as sand, solvents, acids, and other cleaning solvents.


Save money by using our Dry Ice Blasting process!

Our dry ice blasting process is entirely non-toxic. No hazardous chemicals are used, and the costs associated with the disposal of blasting materials and solvents are extensively decreased. Additional savings can be found with a decrease in downtime and an increase in cleanliness. Your equipment can be cleaned-in-place without disassembly or cool down due to our non-conductive cleaning process.

Dry ice blasting can be used for general maintenance, fire restoration, and mold remediation. Some examples of specific dry ice blasting applications include:

Walls, floors & ceilings
General equipment & facilities
Production lines
Fans & turbines
Pipes & hoses

Motors/Electrical boxes
Printing presses

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