A safer cleaning process that requires less labour and eliminates manual cleaning
Dry ice blasting eliminates the manual cleaning of engineered wood presses, dryers and vents, while eliminating employee exposure to unsafe conditions. The process reduces overall cleaning time and provides a more effective cleaning result.
General Equipment Cleaning
Reduce cleaning time and production downtime while prolonging life of equipment and increasing worker safety
Dry ice blasting quickly, safely and effectively cleans composite wood production equipment without water, chemicals or secondary waste.
No secondary waste
Reduce fire hazard
Clean in-place No cool down required
Reduce labour costs
Non-abrasive Eliminate wear and tear on machinery
Increase employee safety Eliminate manual cleaning with chemical solvents
Reduce risk of unplanned production stoppages and costly repairs
Dry ice cleaning is a safer and more effective cleaning solution for composite wood presses and ancillary equipment
The typical cleaning process for tooling for engineered wood is time consuming, labour intensive and requires employees to work within close proximity to machines, hot residue and dust. Dry ice blasting provides a no-contact cleaning solution that is faster, safer and more effective.
Decrease cleaning time and labour costs
Employee safe Eliminates manual cleaning and exposure to unsafe conditions
Reduce fire hazard
Increase productivity and reduce downtime
Non-abrasive No damage to substrates
Clean in-place No disassembly or cool down required
Non-conductive cleaning process
Improve part quality and reduce scrap
No secondary waste stream
When you come in with something non-abrasive, they absolutely love it because they know that, when you’re blasting a tough piece of debris, you’re not damaging their equipment.
Wes Donaldson Owner | Go Green Dry Ice Blasting
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