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Coal slag, garnet, glass and aluminum oxide are great for blasting coatings or rust from metal.
Dry Ice is used to remove mold, clean electrical components, remove peeling coatings from any surface and remove soot from fire damage.
Corn cob or walnut husk is used similarly to dry ice, light blasting of surfaces you don't want damaged by a more aggressive media
Dry ice blasting is much like other forms of blasting with the exception that high density dry ice pellets are used as the media.
There is no media to clean up, with dry ice blasting the rice pellets return to a gas on contact with the surface.
Dry Ice is dry, therefore it will not damage electrical components.
No, oil thickens when cooled, therefore when it is dry ice blasted in thickens and simply get pushed around on the surface
No, we are a maintenance coating company. We are set up to come to you.