Dry Ice Blasting for Medical Device Manufacturing

Maintain high product quality by efficiently cleaning medical device manufacturing equipment

Dry ice cleaning reduces cleaning time of precision molds as well as precision and high-tolerance medical parts.


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Dry ice blasting is being used in ISO 8 – Class 100,000 clean rooms.

Dry ice blasting for medical device manufacturing is a non-abrasive process that will not damage molds or tooling. It allows for more frequent and effective cleaning, which significantly reduces replacement tooling costs and product scrap rates while increasing quality output.

Mold Cleaning

Maintain high product quality and consistency

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Dry ice blast cleaning for medical manufacturing safely cleans medical mold cavities with a non-abrasive cleaning process.

  • Improve product quality
  • Clean in-place Little to no disassembly required
  • Non-abrasive No damage to molds or clamps
  • Reduce scrap Cleaner molds lead to higher quality products
  • Reduce production downtime Clean quicker and without cooldown
  • Decrease cleaning time and labor costs
  • Eliminate painstaking manual cleaning


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Specific use cases:

  • Liquid injection silicone molds
  • Thermoplastic injection molds
  • Thermoset injection molds
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Parts Finishing

Quickly and Safely Deburr and Deflash Medical Parts


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Dry ice blasting for medical device manufacturers maintains the geometries of finished medical parts without leaving residual media.

  • A faster and more uniform clean
  • Eliminate cross contamination
  • Non-abrasive Lower scrap rates
  • Reduce cleaning costs and overall downtime
  • Higher quality parts
  • Eliminate manual deburring and deflashing

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Specific use cases:

  • Medical stents and implants
  • Surgical tools and instruments
  • PBT, Acetal, Nylon, LCP, PEEK
  • Titanium and stainless products
  • Catheter tips
  • Manifolds
  • +More

Benefits of Dry Ice Blasting

Meet stringent industry process demands for quality and consistency

Dry ice blasting for medical device manufacturing safely and thoroughly cleans the complex cavities and vents of medical molds, as well as deburring medical equipment and removing flash from finished medical parts – enabling the consistent production of high-quality products.

  • Improve product quality
  • Process and product consistency
  • Meet stringent contract specifications
  • Increase productivity and reduce downtime
  • Non-abrasive No damage to tooling or equipment
  • No secondary waste stream
  • Clean in-place No disassembly required
  • Decontaminate surfaces
  • Environmentally sustainable
  • Operationally safe Reduce harmful chemicals and tedious manual cleaning

Dry ice cleaning results in a superior clean. And, with less downtime, we have been able to increase production. Our customers have very stringent quality control procedures and demands, and dry ice cleaning has helped us meet those requirements. The detail of cleaning we get with Cold Jet’s system allows us to clean areas that otherwise could not be cleaned.

Quality Assurance Manager
Medical Device Manufacturer

Cleaning with Cold Jet will not roll parting lines, change or destroy the metal and best of all, it allows our running time to be extended. We use it every day, on every shift.

Tom Mendel
President and CEO | Performance Plastics

Case Studies

Proven technology produces definable results

Our dry ice blasting machines for medical manufacturers are driving real results in our customers’ organizations.

  • Medical Device

    Medical device manufacturers experience improved product quality and reduced scrap rates

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  • Plastics & Composites

    Plastic manufacturer extends mold running time by 200-500%

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