Did you know that the yearly cost of detecting, finding, removing, and cleaning graffiti damage in the United States has been estimated to be between $15 and $18 billion? While some people view graffiti as art, others see it as a business menace. Not only may offensive graffiti damage expensive building walls, but it can also
Keeping equipment and machinery clean is important to ensure they work properly and last a long time. But cleaning options such as sandblasting or water blasting aren't ideal, and cleaning items using solvents can be time-consuming and messy. That's where dry ice blasting comes in. As a safe and effective way of washing your equipment, dry ice blasting offers a superior
What is dry ice? Well, in short, dry ice is carbon dioxide in its solid-state. It is usually employed as a cooling agent, but it is also used in many other applications. These applications include fog machines in theaters to create dramatic effects and preserve frozen foods, such as ice cream when mechanical chilling is not
What do you get when you liquefy carbon dioxide (CO2), inject it in a holding tank, freeze it at -109 degrees Fahrenheit? If you guessed dry ice, you're right on the money. Dry ice mostly comes in pellets or solid blocks, depending on its use. What makes dry ice so unique is that it doesn't
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