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Blasting with dry ice. How to??

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12-20-2011 19:09:16

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What kind of setup is needed to strip;/blast with dry ice?

We have a nice sized media blast cabinet, but id really like to strip our 420 down with dry ice, due to the lack of mess, no chance of getting media into critical areas, and so forth.
What all do I need to strip with dry ice?

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Red Ford

12-26-2011 10:14:54

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 Re: Blasting with dry ice. How to?? in reply to Nofbdybs, 12-20-2011 19:09:16  
You need a special equipment to blast with dry ice. A "regular" blaster won"t work.

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12-22-2011 11:26:24

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 Re: Blasting with dry ice. How to?? in reply to Nofbdybs, 12-20-2011 19:09:16  
Done allot with dry ice blasting its specialty. thousands of dollars for a Differnt machine. They grind the ice before the put it into the machine and you have to shoot it all FAST cause it lets off allot of carbon dioxide and gas can build up in tank very fast. Even if you use it its only made for minor rust and still makes a cloud and still have all the stuff you just blasted off all over the ground you have to clean up. I have heard of them doing it on cruise liners, airplanes, some cars. Dont feel its worth all the work.

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Jon mac

12-22-2011 11:27:44

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 Re: Blasting with dry ice. How to?? in reply to Jonnymac, 12-22-2011 11:26:24  
Done most when I was in Cali because of the strict laws out there.

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