Dry ice blasting equipment for Restoration & Remediation
A faster and more effective process for remediation and restoration
Dry ice blasting is proven to be a more efficient and time saving solution in remediation and restoration projects. The process is non-abrasive, eliminates manual cleaning methods and does not produce secondary waste, which reduces the amount of time spent on encapsulation, waste collection and disposal.
Complete restoration and remediation projects in a fraction of the time
Dry ice blasting completely and safely removes contaminants from affected areas and does not produce secondary waste, which results in shorter project times and lower costs.
Reduced project time Remove contaminants faster and more effectively
No secondary waste Reduce encapsulation and disposal costs
Non-abrasive Will not damage sensitive or delicate surfaces
Chemical free process Eliminate abrasive and harmful chemicals
Eliminate manual cleaning Reduce labor costs
Environmentally responsible Will not harm surrounding areas
Versatile clean Clean a varying degree of surfaces
Dry cleaning process No added moisture
Ability to deodorize affected areas Remove odor created by mold and smoke damage
Cold Jet’s equipment is bar none the best cleaning quality we can achieve. Coatings and deodorizers are used at a minimum because it eliminated 100% of the charred wood and carbon which houses the smell.
Tom Monacelli Advanced Indoor Air Quality Care
While the architect had first asked for soda blasting, we knew it would cost twice as much. With dry ice cleaning, there is no secondary waste and no extra setup to contain any contaminants. In addition, with the historic details on this monument, we felt that dry ice cleaning would be the right answer.
Bobbi Monacelli Owner | USCleanBlast.com
The project was on schedule and incredibly fast. We saved at least three to four days when compared with sand or corn blasting and two days of sanding time. The log home looks brand new – it came out 110%.
Vinni Bonazza Owner | Bonazza Dry Ice Blasting
A huge advantage with dry ice cleaning is that it doesn’t add moisture to the wood components, which is what is facilitating the mold growth in the first place. Plus, the dry ice blasting better prepares the surface for later application of the mold resistant coating.
Dr. Neal Adrian Owner | Adrian Environmental
I like the dry ice cleaning process and the Cold Jet machine couldn’t be any more user-friendly. It’s fast and effective and saves a lot of time on the cleanup. I would absolutely use it again.
Mark Jones President | U.S. Flood Team
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Restoration & Remediation
Lead paint removed from delicate ceiling tiles without damage