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Blasting Types

Applications

  • Buildings and Facilities
  • Confined Spaces
  • Electrical and Electronic
  • Fire Damage Restoration
  • Food and Beverage
  • Foundry
  • Heat Exchange Systems
  • Historical Restoration
  • Medical Equipment
  • Metal Heat Treating
  • Mold Remediation
  • Oil Spill Cleanup and Decontamination
  • Packaging Equipment
  • Plastics and Injection Molding
  • Powder Coating
  • Printing
  • Pulp and Paper
  • Robotics
  • Rubber
  • Silo and Grain Storage
  • Storage Tanks
  • Railroad Cars
  • Sanitation Plants
  • Weld Cell

Media Blasting Options

While Polar Clean primarily utilizes dry ice blasting as the process of choice, due to it’s superior benefits, Polar Clean also has expertise in using a variety of other media types and processes, based on which is the best solution to achieve the desired results.
 

Examples of these options include:

Dry Ice Dusting »

This is a lighter, more-gentle cleaning process using food grade dry ice pellets or shaved ice as blast media to clean items such as electronic circuit boards, electric motor windings, smoke-damaged books, and more.

Low Pressure Dry Ice Blasting »

This midlevel cleaning process uses food grade, rice-sized dry ice pellets to clean various applications that don’t require a more aggressive cleaning process.

High Pressure Dry Ice Blasting »

This is the most aggressive dry ice blasting process available, and is utilized when surface contaminants require it.

High Pressure Dry Ice Blasting w/Abrasive Level 1 »

This is the most aggressive dry ice blasting process available, and is utilized when surface contaminants require it.

High Pressure Dry Ice Blasting w/Abrasive Level 2 »

This is the most aggressive dry ice blasting process available, and is utilized when surface contaminants require it.

High Pressure Dry Ice Blasting w/Abrasive Level 3 »

This is the most aggressive dry ice blasting process available, and is utilized when surface contaminants require it.

Wet Abrasive Blasting »

This technology is dust free, environmentally safe and is utilized for applications requiring a controlled-abrasive media.

Sandblasting »

This process is much more traditional, and can use a variety of types of abrasive media. Depending on the media used, it may require containment and cleanup.

Soda Blasting »

This process utilizes a commercial style soda to clean. The media has an impact on the pH of the environment surrounding the clean, and therefore must be contained in many cases.