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22- Is the Dry Ice Jet Capable of Conducting Electricity?

No, the dry ice jet is non-conductive as long as the compressed air used is dry.
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23- What does a Dry Ice Blasting System Cost?

Contact: RSG Technologies, Inc.
info@ saudidryice.com
Tel : 00966 38509441 , 00966 38509443
Fax : 00966 38509446
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24- Can I Purchase a System Customized to Suit My Needs?

Yes. Systems customized to specific tasks are a definite possibility.
Please Contact RSG Technologies, Inc..
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25- How Much Maintenance is Necessary?

IceTech dry ice blasting machines are engineered from high-quality components that require a minimum of
maintenance. The machines were designed to enable service and maintenance work to be performed by end-users
without the need for specialists. All service and maintenance routines are illustrated in video clips
on a CD-ROM that accompanies the machine. The estimated maintenance requirement for IceBlast machines
under normal industrial conditions is 1 hour per 100 hours' operation.
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26- How Big is an IceBlast Machine?

KG30S Dimensions:
Length: 22.8 inches
Width: 21.2 inches
Height: 31.4 inches
KG50S Dimensions:
Length: 27.5 inches
Width: 21.6 inches
Height: 35.4 inches
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27- How do One-hose and Two-hose Systems Differ?

In a one-hose system, dry ice is mixed with compressed air in the machine itself. This allows the dry ice pellets
to attain a higher velocity (kinetic energy) and thus provides greater cleaning effectiveness. In a two-hose system,
dry ice pellets are sucked into the blasting gun through a venturi system. As the pellets are first mixed with
compressed-air in the blasting gun, their velocity is lower than in a one-hose system, and their cleaning effectiveness
is thus lower.
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28- How Should Dry Ice be Stored?

Dry ice pellets are supplied in insulated containers that typically hold 880 lbs. These containers can be
moved to various application sites on fork-lift trucks or pallet lifters. Dry ice pellets can be kept in
these containers for about 4–8 days depending on ambient temperature and container quality. Due to sublimation,
a loss of about 4% of container content should be expected every 24 hours.
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