Dry Ice Trail Blasters
Cold Jet History
We have been pioneering the research and development of dry ice blasting and setting the standard for quality, performance and reliability in the field for more than 30 years. Since our inception in 1986, we have been recognized as the leader in dry ice technology. Our products have met the qualifications of the Canadian Standards Association, the German TUV and the Japanese HPGCL when tested. And in the US, our dry ice blast systems meet all USDA, FDA and EPA guidelines.
Founded on the idea to create cost-effective, environmentally responsible and technologically advanced dry ice solutions, Cold Jet is committed to satisfying the growing worldwide demand for advanced dry ice solutions in new and innovative ways. At Cold Jet, our past is driving our future.
Cold Jet Milestones
|2016||Cold Jet Acquires IceTech - bringing together the two leading, global innovators in dry ice technology and enabling Cold Jet to increase the value it delivers to global customers. With collective global facilities – including the United States, Canada, Mexico, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Belgium, Spain, Japan, China – Cold Jet’s global footprint will enable world-class customer support capabilities anywhere in the world.|
Introduction of the E160 Pelletizer, providing the highest output with the smallest footprint, lowest maintenance cost and lowest energy consumption
Cold Jet Launches New Aero Series. Now further enhanced to meet the customer’s need and budget, Cold Jet has streamlined the Aero Series to three levels of functionality: the Aero, Aero 40FP and Aero 80FP (FP = full range of pressure).
|2014||Cold Jet launches XP User Experience accessory line.|
|Opening of new location: Cold Jet Spain, providing sales and service in the region.||2013|
|2012||Opening of two new locations: Cold Jet China and Cold Jet Japan, providing sales and service in Asia.|
|Introduction of the state-of-the-art SDI Select 60 dry ice cleaning machine, delivering industry-leading performance and versatility.||2011|
Opening of two new sales offices: France and Poland, providing sales and service in their regions.
Also, introduction of the PR750 Integrated Pelletizer and Reformer system to produce 3 mm High density Pellets or Slices with quick size change option.
|Opening of new high-tech machining and manufacturing facility in Milford, Ohio. 14,600 sq ft facility includes state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge processes to ensure the highest quality precision product manufacturing.||2009|
|2008||Opening of new location: Cold Jet Middle East, providing sales, service, parts and rentals throughout the Middle East region.|
|Opening of two new locations: Cold Jet Canada and Cold Jet Latin America (Mexico), providing sales, service, parts and rentals.||2006|
|2005||Introduction of the i³MicroClean: a revolutionary, new precision cleaning system, that capitalizes on Cold Jet's patented shaved ice and feeder technologies, delivering a complete cleaning outcome with an unmatched low cost of ownership.|
|Cold Jet Deutschland GmbH in Weinsheim Germany opens.||2004|
|2003||We take Europe by storm with Cold Jet BVBA in Brussels, Belgium. And we acquire Alpheus in California to expand our product offerings.|
|The AeRO Series Radial Feed product line and the P325 mini-Pelletizer makes its debut.||2002|
|2001||The powerful P3000: 4-cylinder Pelletizer hits the market.|
|Based upon proprietary technology and materials, a family of low-pressure, low-volume blasting nozzles is created.||1999|
|1996||Aerospace technology was applied to the product, ancillary equipment was all but eliminated, blasting performance was improved, units were downsized, noise was reduced and prices were cut in half.|
|To keep up with increasing demand, international locations capable of supporting RDS product installations in the U.S., Europe and Japan are developed.||1994|
|1993||The patented coatings removal process, FLASHJET®, earns the FAA's approval.|
|The pellet making and pellet blasting systems were separated so the customers could buy dry ice on an "as needed" basis.||1992|
|1990||The U.S. Air Force awards Cold Jet a contract to develop dry ice blast cleaning and paint stripping systems.|
|Cold Jet produced large, integrated dry ice pellet making and pellet blasting systems. Expensive ancillary equipment was required for the operation to work.||1989|
|1988||After putting in a lot of overtime, the world's first patent-protected and industrially certified commercial dry ice blasting product is completed.|
|Cold Jet officially opened its doors in Loveland, Ohio with just 25 employees, 1 production facility and the desire to turn a great idea into an even better product.||1986|