Dry ice cleaning systems can generally be divided into two parts:
CO2 is a by-product of industrial processes, such as fermentation processes and
The dry ice medium used in dry ice blast cleaning is a dry ice granule produced by a dry ice granulator.
These dry ice granules can be used immediately or stored in an incubator for later use.
These particles are typically 3 mm in diameter and 2.5 mm to 10 mm in length.
In this way, the high-pressure liquid CO2 is ejected from the pipe and converted into snow-like solid CO2,
and the snow-like CO2 is extruded into dry ice particles by a mold pressure.
petroleum refining processes, which produce by product CO2. The CO2 produced in these production processes is purified,
hydraulically and stored, and dry ice is produced for cleaning.
When CO2 sublimate is discharged into the atmosphere during the injection process,
no new CO2 is produced, but the original CO2 by-products are discharged. It realizes the reuse of exhaust gas CO2 for the benefit of mankind.