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Dry Ice Blaster Provides Versatility in Cleaning Applications

Cold Jet, LLC launches the PCS 60 dry ice blaster, which features the company’s patented particle control system.

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Cold Jet, LLC launches the PCS 60 dry ice blaster, which features the company’s patented particle control system. The dry ice blaster precisely cuts dry ice into diamond shaped particles in the exact dimensions chosen by the operator, enabling the user to have a greater degree of versatility in their cleaning applications. With the dry ice blaster, a plastics processor can use one machine to clean many types of surfaces such as injection molds and deburring and deflashing parts. 

With a seven-inch LCD color screen and digital controls, the dry ice blaster provides an intuitive display so the user can view, adjust and store blasting parameters and machine settings that are password-protected. It is IoT-enabled via Cold Jet’s Industry 4.0 solution, Cold Jet Connect, enabling monitoring and diagnostics. The machine is also automation and integration capable via an optional accessory package, which enables the dry ice blaster to be combined with a robot for continuous and fully automated blasting. 

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