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2009-09-30 - Cold Jet Awarded GSA Schedule Contract for Dry Ice Blast Cleaning and Production Systems

CINCINNATI - September 30, 2009 - Cold Jet, LLC today announced that it has received a General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule contract, #GS-07F-0535V. As a result of the contract, customers can easily identify and specify Cold Jet's dry ice blast cleaning and production systems listed in the GSA Schedule. The five-year Schedule award covers Schedule 56, buildings and building maintenance services and supplies; and FSC Group 49, maintenance and repair shop equipment, automotive and cleaning equipment with related environmental equipment.

Cold Jet's dry ice blasting systems are used for a variety of cleaning and restoration applications, including general maintenance, mold remediation, manufacturing environments, aerospace and power generation projects and historical landmarks. Cold Jet's dry ice production systems are fully automated and produce the highest density extruded dry ice available. Dry ice blast cleaning is non-abrasive, using recycled CO2 in the form of dry ice pellets and particles accelerated by pressurized air to clean a surface. Upon impact with the surface being cleaned, the dry ice sublimates - returning to its gaseous state. Dry ice blasting is an environmentally responsible cleaning process that does not use chemicals or water, does not leave any secondary waste, and is widely used in EPA, FDA and USDA inspected facilities across the country.

"Our dry ice blasting technology is being used around the world by government contractors that are responsible for cleaning everything from nuclear waste sites to power plants," said Brian Allen, vice president of sales for Cold Jet, LLC. "A GSA Schedule contract will simplify the purchase process of our technology and help to further expand our reach and sales opportunities into a broad range of government agencies that can benefit from our fast, efficient and environmentally responsible cleaning systems."

About Cold Jet

Since 1986, Cold Jet has developed innovative, environmentally responsible cleaning solutions that help companies reduce maintenance costs, enhance product quality, prolong equipment life, and improve productivity and worker safety. Cold Jet's extensive line of dry ice blasting systems are used around the world in a variety of industries, making productive use of recycled carbon dioxide while eliminating the need for chemicals and water in the cleaning process. In addition to its dry ice-based cleaning systems, the company's dry ice production equipment is used by every major gas company worldwide to produce the highest density dry ice available. Cold Jet is a private company with global headquarters in Loveland, Ohio and international operations in Europe, Asia, Middle East, Canada and Mexico. For more information, visit www.coldjet.com or call 1-800-337-9423.

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