Blasting Services for Manufacturing Plants

Experience the Fastest, Safest, Most Environmentally Friendly Way to Remove Difficult Adherents from Equipment & Facilities

Manufacturers with tight production schedules and little margin for downtime need industrial-strength cleaning solutions that are safe, effective at removing stubborn residues and buildup from complex machinery, and also fast, cost-effective and minimally disruptive.

Conflict between production demands and cleaning needs is an ongoing challenge that leads some manufacturers to delay cleaning until it becomes a matter of machinery efficiency. Some manufacturers resort to hand-cleaning out of fear of the disruption, debris and collateral risk of some cleaning methods, but manage to achieve only spotty results for the time-consuming effort.

With the right cleaning solutions, however, manufacturers don’t have to choose between production schedules and the cleanliness of their equipment. From dry ice blasting to sponge blasting and abrasive blasting – alone or in combination – manufacturers can implement effective cleaning solutions without excessive disruption, added debris or wastewater.

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Blasting Applications

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Quickly clean CNC machines, presses, laminators, mills, and other production line equipment to remove oil, grease, glue, ink, and other operational residue without damage or disassembly.



Dry ice blasting offers chemical/water-free, non-conductive, delicate cleaning of electrical and electronic equipment, including motors, control cabinets, fuse boxes and PCBs.



Remove the most challenging adherents, including oil, grease, soot, multiple layers of paint, fiberglass, and even combustible dust from ceilings, walls, ramps, and other parts of your facilities.

Dry Ice Blasting for Manufacturing

Why Use Dry Ice Blasting in Manufacturing?

From dry ice blasting to sponge blasting, abrasive blasting and combinations, manufacturers can implement effective cleaning solutions without excessive disruption, added debris, or even water.

Our guide provides a comprehensive look at dry ice blasting and other methods effective in the manufacturing setting.

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Dry Ice Blasting Benefits

No other cleaning method is faster, safer, more meticulous, more cost-effective, and more environmentally friendly for cleaning in manufacturing plants, especially when performed by an experienced dry ice blasting partner like Polar Clean.

  • No secondary contaminants
  • Chemical-free process
  • Enhanced worker safety
  • Environmentally responsible
  • Increased productivity
  • Non-abrasive
  • No secondary waste stream
  • Non-conductive
  • Non-flammable
  • Prevent production downtime
  • Reduced cleaning time
  • Reduced exposure to hazardous cleaning chemicals
  • Reduced labor requirements
  • Reduced water and sanitation costs
  • Safe to use around electrical equipment

Blasting Case Studies

Glue Coating Machine

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Foundry Facility

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Metallurgical HRSG

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Steel Plant Ceiling

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Automotive Facility

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Combustible Dust

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Steel Mill Electrical

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Auto Production Line

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Ramp Surface Rust

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Printing Press

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Presses & Motors

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Fiberglass Resin

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The Polar Clean Difference

Polar Clean maintains scrupulous safety practices and participates in tailored safety programs through a variety of elite safety networks:

  • ISNetworld® Prequalification and Monitoring
  • Avetta® Compliance Certified
  • First, Verify® Vendor Prequalification
  • ComplyWorks Risk Management
  • DISA Drug, Alcohol and Safety Compliance Solutions

Additional qualifications:

  • Qualified for nationwide emergency response
  • Tenured and highly-skilled technicians
  • Mastery of process includes numerous proprietary solutions
  • Fully equipped service vehicles utilized onsite
  • Experience and certifications for work at heights, in confined spaces, and with the use of respiratory equipment
  • Full containment and control of air flow to limit or stop the release of pollutants into the air and surrounding environment

Contact us to learn more about manufacturing blasting services