Dry Ice Blasting Services
Let Us Do Your Dirty Work – No Collateral Damage
Clean in Place
Prevent equipment downtime and productivity erosion with dry ice blasting for preventive maintenance.
Shutdowns & Turnarounds
Dry ice blasting is ideal for deep cleaning and predictable, critical path execution to keep on schedule.
Dry ice blasting gets you up and running quickly with less unplanned downtime or disruption.
From manufacturing plants to historical landmarks, bring interiors or exteriors back to their original shine.
Need a More Abrasive Clean?
Polar Clean also offers dry and wet abrasive blasting, hydroblasting and sponge blasting services when they are a better fit.
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We will conduct an onsite assessment to determine the right cleaning method and process for your facility.
Fail-Safe Operations Planning
We estimate scope, timing and pricing structure to ensure the most efficient project.
We mobilize our team, review our plan with your point person, do the work, and document everything.
Debrief & Improve
Process improvements identified after every job mean even better and faster results for future work.
Who We Serve
Oil Refining & Petrochemical
Restoration & Construction
What Is Dry Ice Blasting?
CLEANER, FASTER, SAFER
Dry ice is a superior alternative to sand, bead, water, chemical, hand cleaning, and scraping because it cleans more effectively, does not use water, and there’s no mess to clean up afterwards.
Dry Ice Before & After Gallery
Dry ice blasting removes a wide range of adherents including rust, corrosion, fouling, adhesive, gummy film, syrups, oils, bacteria, powders, pathogens, and baked on materials without scratching or damaging the surface or surrounding environment.
Is Dry Ice Blasting Right for You?
Use our online commercial and industrial cleaning guide to see which method is right for your situation:
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