Areas of use

ICS technology offers a wide range of applications.

The innovative ecological method of dry ice blasting has almost no restrictions regarding cleaned materials or surfaces. It is non-abrasive, non-toxic and non-conductive, does not use chemicals and does not generate secondary waste, such as the sandblasting method.

It is used in almost all areas of industry, where it also speeds up the cleaning process, as it enables cleaning even during operation and without the need to dismantle equipment and the need for cooling.

Constant emphasis on ecology, cost reduction and quality improvement in production processes determines our technology of the future.

Engineering industry

Dry ice cleaning is becoming an integral part of production processes in the engineering industry – for removing surface rust, cleaning all parts of production machines (including electrical components), welding robots, conveyor and painting lines, molds, etc., where compared to traditional cleaning methods ( sandblasting, chemical cleaning and i). significantly shortens the duration of the cleaning process.

This leads to increased productivity and reduced costs. Dry ice blasting is non-abrasive, does not create secondary waste and allows objects to be cleaned even at operating temperatures. You will save time and costs.

Printing / Paper industry

In the printing or paper industry, it is essential to keep all rollers and machine parts clean. Dry ice blasting offers a quick and high-quality non-abrasive solution, without the necessary disassembly of the device.

This process simply, gently and especially efficiently cleans deposited and baked grease, paper dust, pulp, ink and colors without damaging the individual components. The process is dry, ecological, non-abrasive and without the use of any chemicals.

Automobile industry

With regard to environmental responsibility, cost reduction and quality improvement in production processes, where only the highest quality and attention to detail is expected, dry ice cleaning is a top technology.

The process is dry, ecological and suitable for a wide spectrum in the automotive industry – assembly plants, robotics, spray booths, foundries, electrical equipment, hydraulic aggregates, molds, mechanical components, engines, wheel suspensions, gearboxes, electrical components, etc. can be restored almost to their original condition using dry ice cleaning technology.

Woodworking Industry

The woodworking and electrical industries are the areas with the highest degree of explosiveness. Therefore, regular maintenance of premises and machines is essential. Dry ice blasting eliminates manual cleaning of wood presses and wood dryers, reduces overall cleaning time and provides a more efficient cleaning result.

Cleaning with dry ice also enables the safe restoration of historical objects, buildings, statues, etc. where it is used to remove layers of paint, carbon, pollution, smoke damage, fire, mold and many other pollutants. The process is dry, the result is only the removal of pollution, in which no other secondary waste is created (such as, for example, during sandblasting.)

Food industry

The food industry places more and more emphasis on hygiene. However, often hardened surfaces or the ovens themselves in production lines in the food industry are very difficult to clean. Removing surface rust, food residue, grease, dirt, and other debris from production equipment is critical to preventing bacterial growth and ensuring high food quality. The ideal solution is ecological cleaning with dry ice, which uses solid CO2 pellets or microparticles that hit the surface and clean it. The particles sublimate on impact, removing dirt and contaminants from the underlying surface without damaging the device.

Rubber industry

Production lines in the rubber industry must operate at maximum efficiency and produce as efficiently as possible. Cleaning the molds used in the production of rubber is usually a slow, time-consuming process.

However, dry ice cleaning technology from ICS saves time, costs, and the risk associated with cleaning, as traditional methods mainly use chemicals and dangerous solvents. In addition, ecological cleaning with dry ice makes it possible to reach small and hard-to-reach places without damaging them, does not require solvents and, unlike sandblasting, is non-abrasive, which extends the life of each mold.

City services / Construction

Cleaning with dry ice is an ecological, non-abrasive technology suitable for all surfaces – concrete, paving, wood, metal, marble, stone, plastic, etc. from which it gently removes a layer of pollution – surface rust, paint, paint, mold, graffiti, chewing gum, without damaging the cleaned surface.

Dry ice pellets are immediately evaporated (sublimated) in the cleaning process. Therefore, no secondary waste remains after cleaning; only removed dirt that can be easily swept or vacuumed. The method is also suitable for cleaning historical objects, buildings, or statues (unlike sandblasting).

Ship industry

Cleaning with dry ice is an ecological, non-abrasive technology suitable for all surfaces – concrete, paving, wood, metal, marble, stone, plastic, etc. from which it gently removes a layer of pollution – surface rust, paint, paint, mold, graffiti, chewing gum, without damaging the cleaned surface. Dry ice cleaning is widely used in the marine industry. It offers an economical, faster and gentler alternative to other cleaning methods that often damage the hull (such as sandblasting).

Dry ice used as a cleaning medium has the unique ability to sublimate upon impact with a surface without damaging it. This makes it the ideal solution for cleaning boat hulls – from small pleasure boats to large commercial vessels. The advantages of dry ice blasting in the marine industry are huge – reduced working time, reduced costs, no damage to the hull from grinding wheels or sandblasting.

Other industry

Ecological cleaning with dry ice can be used in a wide range of applications, the most diverse shapes and surfaces, from concrete, paving, wood, plastic, through metal, textiles, glass to sensitive electronics. It is great for removing surface rust, old paint, glue, rubber, spores, mold, grease, lichen, soot, bacteria and other contaminants from any surface.

It is used, for example, for cleaning lawnmowers, stoves, removing stickers from cars, cleaning computers, motherboards, distribution boxes, CNC equipment, printing cylinders, baking molds, welding devices, robots, facades, historical objects and sculptures, cleaning textile surfaces, air conditioning , construction technology, and i.