Dry Ice and Soda Blasting Services
'You Won't Believe What We Can Clean!'
For an environmentally responsible cleaning, dry Ice ( CO2 ) blasting is the most requested industrial cleaning method today, and is used in many different industries. Hygienists, engineers, media and customers are all recommending the dry ice cleaning process over other conventional cleaning methods that aren't as employee friendly and environmentally safe. The dry ice blast cleaning process is being used in almost all industries and saves the customers time, money, and health concerns.
A few of the benefits of dry ice blasting:
A superior clean!
No other cleaning process removes 100% of dirt, mold, fire, etc.
- No machine disassembly and reassembly is needed - this means companies won't have much unproductive downtime.
- A quicker clean, that's non-abrasive, non-conductive, non-flammable.
- No secondary waste and no clean up - save costs on labor and expense.
- Our blasting nozzles allow us to get into tight spaces - this can be a problem for companies that use other cleaning methods.
- Environmentally friendly - meets the guidelines of the EPA, USDA, and FDA.
- Safe for employees - no exposure to chemicals or grit media
Combustible Dust Cleaning Services
Our combustible dust cleaning services have allowed us to provide our clients with state of the art, explosion-proof vacuum services to clean away volatile combustible dust, which has become a major concern for governmental agencies. Our explosion-proof cleaning process meets and exceeds the standards for this type of service, preventing our clients from being hit with significant fines due to recent changes in the laws surrounding combustible dust environments.
Advanced Indoor Air Quality Care is trained in accordance to NFPA 654. NFPA 654 is the standard for the prevention of fire and dust explosions from the manufacturing, processing, and handling of combustible particulate solids and all other applicable regulatory requirements and standards.
Dry Ice Blasting in other Industrial Applications:
Dry ice blasting has many applications and is used in many different industries. Here is a list of just a few industries that benefit from CO2 Cleaning.
Aerospace | Automotive | Boiler Cleaning | Electrical | Fire Damage Restoration
Food and Beverage Processing | Foundries | Historical Restoration | HRSG Cleaning | Marine
Mold Remediation | Packaging | Pharmaceuticals | Plastics
Power Generation Industry | Printing Industry | Pulp and Paper | Rubber
Dry Ice Blasting
- Approved by the FDA, EPA, and USDA
- Non-toxic and non-hazardous
- Kills 100% of mold & bacteria
- Leaves no secondary waste
- Will not damage the substrate
Soda blasting does not harm the substrate. Soda blasting is environmentally friendly. It’s baking soda, which is non-toxic, non-flammable, non-hazardous, and FDA approved. Soda blasting is versatile, and can be used ina variety of applications. Soda blasting has superior results.
Indoor Air Quality Testing
- Mold Testing
- Carbon Monoxide Testing
- Monitoring of VOCs
- Respirable Particulate Analysis
Combustible Dust Cleaning
Combustible dust control is a major concern for many manufacturing and production facilities. In some industries, there are great concerns that combustible dust accumulation can create a serious fire and be a potential explosion hazard. Our company professionals are highly trained and experienced in utilizing high reach and high lift mechanized equipment. This enables our technicians to safely access work areas. Safety is our number one goal for your company. We work in compliance with OSHA Standards.
The work your company has been doing on the HRSGs has been the cleanest we have ever seen when completed, We are very satisfied and you can use us as a referenceAl, Plant Manager
You guys rose to the challenge and got the job done. Here at the Metropolitan Museum we face some very unique working conditions. I was impressed at the start with your staff and the quality of your equipment.Throughout the job you worked with us through work stoppages, daily security routine...James Barry Vice President RCDolner, LLC