Dry ice, or frozen carbon dioxide (CO2), is a clean, safe, and environmentally friendly substance that has many applications including storage, shipping, and industrial cleaning. Here at Industrial Source, we understand that our customers have a wide range of dry ice needs. Our dry ice production equipment uses the latest technology to ensure you receive the benefits of a quality, high-density product that can do the job efficiently and effectively.
Because it has so many different applications, a variety of industries utilize dry ice production in their daily operations.
- Wineries – Cryomaceration with dry ice allows your wines to develop their flavor before fermentation. This process helps to ensure that your end product features the quality and flavor profiles that your customers look for.
- Labs – Many research facilities and labs utilize dry ice for its particular attributes that make it optimal for use in research environments. Dry ice will enable you to ship, store, and transport samples and products at requisite temperatures.
- Food & Beverage – These industries use dry ice for handling, packaging, shipping, and storing. Because it thaws directly into a gas, dry ice will enable you to cool and freeze without saturating your packages and products in water.
- Cannabis - Dry ice production equips you with the extraction and curing tools you need to provide a wide array of products to your customers, allowing you to get the most out of your harvest.
- Industrial cleaning - Dry ice blasting is an efficient and environmentally-friendly way to clean equipment and products. Unlike other media-blasting techniques, dry ice blasting does not use rough material that might cause damage to the surface beneath the grime and requires no clean-up as the material simply evaporates. Dry ice changes from a solid to a gas in normal conditions through a process known as sublimation. Dry ice blasting uses compressed air to project the solid dry ice pellets at a high velocity, making it an ideal cleaning agent as it leaves no waste or residue. This method has become widespread in many industries because it is easy, clean, and environmentally friendly. Benefits: EPA, USDA, and FDA approved, safe for use in the food industry and on electronics, nonflammable, nontoxic, non-conductive, no harmful gases released into the atmosphere