Why we use Dry Ice Blasting vs Traditional cleaning methods

BENEFITS OF DRY ICE BLASTING

Dry ice blasting is a versatile cleaning solution that simplifies and improves the automotive restoration process. Traditional cleaning methods use chemicals, water, and abrasives and that requires excessive time and extreme caution and creates downstream waste. There is no limit to what dry ice blasting can clean. Metal, painted parts and surfaces, plastic, rubber, wiring, wheels, interior, headliners, vinyl, glass, and cloth can all be cleaned without causing damage.

 

Here at CCR Blasting, we use industry-leading products and equipment supplied by Cold Jet.

Cold Jet Particle Control System™

By utilizing the Particle Control System™, we have an infinite number of settings that make this the most versatile system in the industry. We have the ability to fine-tune a number of variables to ensure effective cleaning while eliminating the risk of damage.

Blast settings can be dialed up to aggressive levels—used on thick build-up of grease, oils, and dirt from the underbody to the fireproofing under the wheel-well. Instrumentation, electronics, interior consoles, and panels require gentle and precise settings. We simply dial the microparticle settings to the appropriate levels.

Sustainability Benefits of Dry Ice

Dry ice is a water-free, waste-free, and chemical-free solution that is helping organizations improve their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) scores. It replaces common cleaning and transport cooling methods that are damaging to the environment.

No Additional Emission Scoring

The use of dry ice adds no greenhouse gas (GhG) emissions/CO2e or carbon to one’s footprint calculation. The CO2 that forms dry ice is a recycled product.

Giving CO2 a Second Life

This environmentally sustainable solution is based on the conversion of waste carbon dioxide (CO2) into a value added, commercially useful product – dry ice.

Dry ice is the product of a carbon capture and utilization (CCU) process in which CO2 is captured at industrial and biogas facilities, recycled, and converted to dry ice.