DRY ICE

Carbonic Systems, Inc. would like to introduce you to the numerous applications for DRY ICE.

DRY ICE is solid Carbon Dioxide (CO2), which has an extremely low temperature of -109 degrees F. It is one of the most versatile and coldest solid refrigerants available. Because dry ice is the only refrigerant that sublimates, (passes directly from a solid to a gas - leaving no residue.) It can be mixed with the material it refrigerates. Dry ice can be packed in shipping containers and used whenever low temperatures are required, without becoming part of the material to be refrigerated, or creating problems caused by melting, like wet ice. Pound for pound, dry ice can be the ideal solution to your refrigeration problems.

DRY ICE APPLICATIONS:

REFRIGERATION

Perishable products on airline, trucks, railroads, recreation vehicles.

PACKING-PROCESSING

Inhibits bacteria, preserves meat, poultry, seafood.

GRINDING-BLENDING

Retains cool temperatures while mixing heat sensitive food products such as ground meat, bakery blends, flour, spice.

SHIPPING-PRESERVING

Frozen food, ice cream, pharmaceuticals, chemicals.

INDUSTRIAL SCIENCE

Low temperature testing, shrink-fitting, deflashing molded rubber, rapid cooling, purging flammable vapors.

MEDICAL SCIENCE

Preserving laboratory specimens, blood products, drugs, chemicals, hospitals & clinical applications.

EMERGENCY REFRIGERATION

Mechanical or power failure in refrigerated trucks, commercial coolers, cold storage.

DRY ICE BLASTING

Replaces sand in high pressure cleaning.

SPECIAL EFFECTS

When dry ice is combined with hot water, it produces a bubbling liquid that creates a low-lying white fog. Great for making a halloween witches brew!

REMOVING FLOOR TILES

Dry ice can be used to remove floor tiles by freeing the tile from the glue and making it easier to remove.

Carbonic Systems, Inc. has dry ice available in slices and pellets. Delivery and insulated shipping containers are available for an extra charge.


Click here to read about Dry Ice Safety and Use Information.

Click here for a solid Carbon Dioxide (Dry Ice) Safety Data Sheet.