1/19/2018

Dry Ice Blasting Cleans Molds without Chemicals or Abrasives

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At Plastec West, Cold Jet will demonstrate its i³ MicroClean dry ice blasting technology, a non-abrasive cleaning method that cleans molds in place at operating temperatures.

At Plastec West, Cold Jet will demonstrate its i³ MicroClean dry ice blasting technology, a non-abrasive cleaning method that cleans molds in place at operating temperatures. Designed around the company’s shaved dry ice technology, this method enables cleaning of intricate cavities that other methods cannot reach. It does not require chemicals, wire brushes or abrasive pads, and is said to allow for increased cycles between preventative maintenance while reducing scrap. The company will be in booth 3954.

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