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Dry Ice Blast Cleaning Machines


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How it works

The dry ice blasting uses small pellets of dry ice sprayed through a jet nozzle with compressed air to remove paints, oil, grease, dirt,ink, adhesives and other materials you want to remove. The frigid temperature of the dry ice against the dirty surface causes adhesion to shrink and loosen from the surface. On immediate impact, the dry ice evaporates into environmentally safe and innocuous CO2 gas.

The kinetic energy ( E = ˝ mv 2)

The energy associated to the mass and to the speed is transferred to the surface to be cleaned / coating removal. This is the fundamental way to work either with this dry ice method or with sand / water etc.

Thermal differential

When the dry ice pellets cold touch the surface, a small thermic difference occurs between the coating material, the contaminant and the substrate. This provokes cracks and the detaching facilitating the removal process.

Micro – Explosion

When the dry ice touches the surface and it transforms into innocuous CO2 gas, , this tends to invade the cracks and the pores penetrating into the coating / contaminant.Then it warms up and it expands rapidly and it makes the coating / contaminant detaching from the substrate, favouring still further the coating removal or the cleaning process.


With an inferior pressure at 5.2 bar, the solid CO2 transforms directly in gaseous state without turning into the Liquid state. But if the blasting pressure is superior at 5.2 bar ( 5.2 x 14.7 = 76.44 psi ),the CO2 in the sublimation state will show some characteristics of the Liquid CO2 while the same reaches its "triple point". Has been proved that the Liquid CO2 is a strong organic solvent so it is reasonable to suppose that this solvent action can be present when the blasting pressure is superior at 5.2 bar.




Decreased downtime

Dry ice blasting does not require equipment to be uninstalled or disassembled to clean it. Downtime can now be measured in minutes with the dry ice blaster, not hours or days like with other cleaning methods. This is a –saving cleaning process that uses dry ice pellets and compressed air.

Safe for all equipment

Dry ice is soft enough not to pit the equipment, but is strong enough to clean it. The dry ice pellets evaporate into gas on impact so there is no residue or grit that can cause future damage to the equipment.

Sanitary and clean

Dry ice evaporates on impact leaving no mess to be cleaned up.Only the material being removed must be disposed of.


The dry ice pellets evaporate as an environmentally-friendly gas and leaves no harmful wastes.

Dry ice blasting is:

- non-abrasive

- non-flammable

- nonconductive

It does not produce CO2 or add CO2 to the atmosphere and therefore does not contribute to the greenhouse effect.Dry ice blasting is truly, and completely, environmentally friendly!



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How Dry Ice Blasting works?

Dry ice blasting uses small pellets of dry ice sprayed through a jet nozzle with compressed air to remove paint, oil, grease, asphalt, tar, decals, soot, dir, ink, resins,adhesives and other materials you want to remove. Instead of using hard abrasive media to grind on a surface (and damage it), dry ice blasting uses soft dry ice,accelerated at supersonic speeds, and creates mini-explosions on the surface to lift the undesirable item off the underlying substrate. On the immediate impact, the dry ice evaporates into environmentally safe CO2 gas. Dry ice blasting minimizes waste,saves time and saves money. Enjoy the benefits of a time - saving cleaning process that uses dry ice pellets and compressed air.

What makes our Dry Ice Blasting machines so great?

- They are Made in Italy

- High quality products

- The price is cheap and reasonable, so very competitive

- Our products are the result of our 15 years of experience in the cryogenic

cleaning process and innovation.


- Doesn’ t use chemical solvents

- is a sanitary and clean treatment

- uses dry ice

- is a non – abrasive cleaning technology

- chemically inert

- it is a soft and delicate treatment surface

- it can be used in dangerous environment

- is non flammable

- is non conductive

- It is environmentally friendly

- Doesn’t produce secondary contaminants

- Dry ice blasting allows most items to be cleaned in place without disassembly

- it can be used without damaging active electrical or mechanical parts

- Dry ice blasting is used to remove production residues, release agents,

contaminants, paints, oils, grease, dirt, powder etc.

MEC philosophy consists in

- offering the complete solution for any customer cleaning needs with our flexible and diverse product line.

- taking care of everything from the customized project of the dry ice equipment and its components to the application technology.

- offering a full training to the customers.



About MEC :

Founded in 1991, M.E.C. Company's main activity consists in cryogenic sector using a physical process, paying particular attention to the ecology, and in cryogenic separation to renew the machineries and to recover the workshop rejections.Another important activity is the machinery and plant construction for technical cleaning with dry-ice blasting, as well as the prototypes construction for cryogenic use at very low temperatures.

Our range of products is characterized by different model of Blasters for the cleaning with the dry ice, Pelletizers and automated plants :

- MICROBLAST SINGLE HOSE – electrical or pneumatic operation


- MICROBLAST DOUBLE HOSE - electrical or pneumatic operation

- MICROBLAST DOUBLE HOSE with dry ice pellets mixed with bicarbonate

- PELLETIZERS for the production of dry ice pellets – mechanic or hydraulic operation

- BLASTING ROOM - Cabin for manual operation of dry ice blasting

- DRY ICE BLASTING SYSTEM - Complete system for automatic operations of dry ice blasting, in cabin, through a reciprocator, rotating/inclinable platform and with a self-production of solid CO2 pellets




Contact us :


F-19/10, Krishan Nagar, Delhi-51 (India)

Mobile:   0091 - 9212004471




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