Production of dry ice

To produce dry ice, we use highly concentrated CO2 gas, which is compressed and cooled so that it turns into a liquid state. Extreme cooling will turn the liquid into a snow-like consistency of solid state CO2 – dry ice. Snow from CO2 is slowly compressed into small pellets. We produce dry ice exclusively in our own pelletizers.

We produce high-quality fresh pellets in three sizes: 1.5 mm / 3 mm / 16 mm.

We will supply you with the necessary amount of dry ice pellets starting from 5 kg. At the agreed date in a thermobox, which will maintain the top quality of the pellets for 4-5 days.

We will advise you on the choice of pellets and the most suitable form of transport, we provide a discount when ordering a large volume of dry ice. We have more than 20 years of experience and hundreds of satisfied customers.

What is dry ice and what is it used for?

Dry ice is a solid state of CO₂ with a temperature of -79 °C. Carbon dioxide is found in nature in gaseous form. It is non-toxic and odorless. Dry ice is usually used for cooling, in medicine for freezing tissues, in construction for removing glazes, in engineering for reducing the size of metal parts. It can be used for cooling and carbonating drinks, e.g. beer or soda, for the production of “creeping” fog in theaters, discos, etc.

One of the methods of using dry ice is cleaning. In this way, residues on industrial equipment, removal of glue, oil, paint, mold and rubber can be removed. This method is an alternative to sandblasting, cleaning with pressurized water, or solvents, because the environmental burden is very low.

Dry ice production process


Dry ice is supplied and stored in insulated containers. A typical storage container holds 100-200 kg of dry ice and should be used within 5 days of production for best results. It is best to store these containers in well-ventilated cooler areas to preserve their quality. If the pellets are stored for a long time, they lose some properties, become vitrified, stick and soften. However, cleaning with freshly made dry ice can cut cleaning times in half under ideal conditions.

We use highly concentrated CO2 gas to produce dry ice. Every month we produce up to 20,000 kg of pellets on our pelletizers. By changing the pressure and temperature in the device, liquid CO2 (carbon dioxide) produces dry ice pellets, which the pressing device presses through a matrix with holes (1.5 mm, 3 mm and 16 mm).