Dry Ice

Dry Ice

Dry Ice

At −78.5 °C (−109.3 °F), carbon dioxide (CO₂) is in its solid state which is called 'Dry Ice'. It comprises of two oxygen atoms bonded to a single carbon atom.

Dry ice has the feature of sublimation, where it can change from solid state to the gas state with no intervening liquid form. This feature makes CO₂ the most suitable material for cleaning different surfaces without abrasion and secondary moist and waste as well as cold chain transportation. Dry ice ensures products are preserved in a cold dry atmosphere with minimal chance of spoilage due to moisture or high temperatures.

Industry

Usage

Transportation

Our Dry Ice cold transportation application DICT allows customers to preserve the cold chain whether they are transporting food items, pharmaceuticals or any other critical goods. At required temperatures of -18ºC and lower

Food and Beverage

Used to preserve foods while in transportation through our DICT system. At required temperatures of -18ºC and lower

Environmental

Dry Ice blast cleaning

Laboratory

Useful freezing mixture for cold chemical reactions

Availability

  • 3mm Pellets
  • 16mm Pellets
  • Blocks