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15- What are the Economic Benefits of Using Dry Ice Blasting in Precisely My Area of Business?

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16- Does Dry Ice Blasting Damage the Underlying Surface?

No. Blasting pressure can be adjusted to suit the material to be treated so that coatings can be removed without
damaging the underlying material itself. This means that dry ice blasting can also be used on easily-damaged materials
like nickel, chromium and soft aluminum.
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17- Is Dry Ice Blasting as Effective as Traditional Cleaning Methods?

Yes. In the vast majority of cases, dry ice blasting will be as effective as traditional cleaning methods.
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18- Which Cleaning Methods can be Replaced with Advantage by Dry Ice Blasting?

Advantages can be gained from replacing methods such as sand blasting, high pressure hosing and manual
cleaning (which requires considerable resources and the use of hazardous, environmentally hostile chemicals)
with dry ice blasting, which is an extremely environmentally friendly process.
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19- Can I use Dry Ice Blasting in Places, or on Materials, where Traditional Methods Cannot be Used?

Yes. As dry ice blasting is a clean and dry process, it can be used with advantage instead of traditional
methods that leave detergent residues. The process has also been approved for use in the food industry.
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20- How Quickly can Various Objects/Materials be Cleaned?

The speed at which cleaning can be performed is highly dependent on the type of coating, the nature of the
underlying material, the temperature of the object to be treated, the air volume etc. To evaluate these factors,
tests must be carried out in the actual situation.
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21- Is an External Compressed-air Source Necessary?

Yes. The dry ice blast machine must be connected to an external compressed-air source with the following data:
Operating pressure – minimum 72 psi / maximum 232 psi. Compressed-air consumption -106-388 cfm, depending
on nozzle combination
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