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Benefits of Coldry Cleaning

Lower Costs

Reduced downtime periods. Increased production capacity. Improved product quality. On-site cleaning without dismantling. Reduced payroll costs of cleaning and maintenance. No need for hazardous chemicals and solvents. Adding up all these factors will clearly indicate that the investment will pay off within a very short time.


Coldry blasting is non-abrasive. Since surfaces are treated extremely gently, wear and tear resulting from the use of steel brushes and scrapers ? or from other blasting media ? is avoided.

A Dry Cleaning Process

Coldry blasting is a completely dry process because Coldry pellets consist of CO2 and vaporize immediately On contact with the surface to be cleaned. Live electrical equipment can also be cleaned insitu by Coldry cleaning.

No Waste Disposal

The system produces no waste products. Only the coating that has been removed remains to be disposed of, and this can usually be swept or vacuumed from the floor.

Environmentally Friendly

Coldry blasting is completely non-toxic and no hazardous chemicals are used. Costs connected with the disposal of blasting media, chemicals or solvents are saved.

Improved Production Capacity

Coldry blasting often allows the company?s production equipment to be cleaned while in operation, i.e. the costly periods of production downtime for dismantling and/or cleaning are reduced drastically ? a significant economic benefit.

Fast and Effective

The combination of extremely high cleaning speeds and a wide range of nozzles means that even normally inaccessible items can be cleaned rapidly. No blasting media is left behind while cleaning.

Clean Work Environment

Since Coldry sublimes to CO2 vapour, the environment is kept clean and hygienic. Since Coldry has anti-bacterial properties and is inert, it is highly advantageous for cleaning insitu in food processing, pharmaceutical and semiconductor industries.

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