In labor savings alone, we save our customers months of cleaning labor per year. This is possible by reducing man hours in secondary clean-up to zero, eliminating most or all disassembly, and increasing the speed of the cleaning process itself.
In a single job in 2020, we completed a five day compliance cleaning that the State of Kentucky estimated would take them six weeks with 12 full-time people.
By training to taper the aggression of the ice and impact so much, we’re able to clean pencil markings off a board, and remove 2-part epoxy coatings from a train in the same morning. This means we can easily transition between different environments minute-by-minute, making adjustments for the various materials we interact with.
When you need a formal management plan for cleaning your assets, we can help. Implementing such plans, some companies running conveyor systems and large components have seen as much as a 40% reduction in power used when the equipment is cleaned using our process.
Dry ice blasting is environmentally friendly, using captured carbon dioxide to produce dry ice pellets, helping keep you in compliance with EPA regulations.