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8- Where Can I Obtain Dry Ice Pellets?

Contact: RSG Technologies, Inc.
info@ saudidryice.com
Tel : 00966 38509441 , 00966 38509443
Fax : 00966 38509446
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9- Does Dry Ice Blasting Have Economic Benefits?

Machinery can often be cleaned with dry ice blasting while it is running, without the need for dismantling and subsequent re-assembly. This is, of course, of great economic importance as costly downtime can be eliminated or drastically reduced. Costs connected with the disposal of blasting material and solvents are eliminated. Cleaning and maintenance payroll costs will often be reduced to a fraction of present levels by substituting dry ice blasting for traditional cleaning methods. Dry ice blasting treats material surfaces very gently.
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10- What Equipment is Necessary for Dry Ice Blasting?

A dry ice blasting machine is necessary – either an IceBlast KG30 or an IceBlast KG50. In addition, access to a 110 V power supply and compressed-air source are necessary.
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11- Is Dismantling Necessary Before Dry Ice Blasting?

It is often unnecessary to dismantle machinery or equipment to be cleaned by dry ice blasting because the process is completely dry and leaves no blasting material or chemical residues.
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12- Does Dry Ice Blasting have Thermal Effects on Treated Objects?

No. Temperature changes in machinery during dry ice blasting are generally small in comparison with changes occurring during normal operation.
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13- Can I use Dry Ice Blasting to Clean Hot Machinery While It is Running?

Yes. Faster and more effective cleaning can often be achieved when the object to be cleaned is hot.
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14- Can I Minimize Downtime – or Avoid It Entirely?

Yes. In many cases it will be possible to clean machinery without shutting it down. In other cases, it will be possible to reduce the duration of shutdowns for cleaning purposes, as cleaned surfaces remain dry.
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