Got Mold? Business Update: Large Scale Dry Ice Blasting Project

Got Mold? Business Update: Large Scale Dry Ice Blasting Project
Got Mold? is pleased to announce that we will be helping a 6,000 square feet health care facility in Northern Saskatchewan provide a healthier environment for their patrons. We are sending a Team of six to begin a large scale dry ice blasting project to rid the facility of toxic mold. The project will officially begin tomorrow.
The key ingredient required to dry ice blast is dry ice pellets which are created by taking liquid carbon dioxide from a pressurized storage tank and expanding it at ambient pressure to produce snow which is compressed to make hard pellets.
Dry Ice Blasting is a process in which a blasting gun fires dry ice particles, about the size of rice, at extremely high speeds to impact and clean the surface. The particles are accelerated by compressed air. When the dry ice hits the surface, it goes from a solid state to a gas state without passing through a liquid phase and cleans the surface.
Dry ice blast cleaning is a favored method of cleaning mold because it is so effective and efficient.