Welcome to Dry Ice Blasting of Atlanta
Our innovative dry ice blasting technology provides superior cleaning and maintenance solutions for industrial plants and power generation plants worldwide. Non-abrasive CO2 (dry ice) blasting is an environmentally safe and cost-effective cleaning technology that saves invaluable downtime and additional labor costs.
What is Dry Ice Blasting?
Dry ice blasting, also known as carbon dioxide or CO2 cleaning is where dry ice, in a solid pellet form, is accelerated through a hose with pressurized air and aimed at a solid surface to clean.
The cleaning method is similar to other types of media blasting such as sand blasting, plastic bead blasting, or sodablasting. Dry ice blasting uses dry ice pellets as the blasting medium. Dry ice blasting is nonabrasive, non-conductive, nonflammable, and non-toxic.
Let us know how we can help!
Engineers, plant managers, project supervisors, and maintenance associates: contact us for a free quote and more information!
Expert HRSG cleaning services
- HRSG Cleaning
- SCR Catalyst Cleaning
- CO Catalyst Cleaning
- Ammonia Injection Grid Cleaning
Specialized heavy-duty cleaning for large industrial and manufacturing facilities with a range of applications
- Beverage Processing
- Food Processing & Manufacturing
- General Maintenance
- Plastics Manufacturing
Industrial substrate cleaning and coating application
- Dry Ice Blasting
- Dustless Blasting
- Industrial Coating Epoxy
Precision cleaning for peak performance
- Inlet Houses
- Rotors and Stators
- Isophase Bus Bars
- Switch Gears
Keep your equipment at peak performance with the latest cleaning technology!
We provide a full range of dry ice cleaning machines and capabilities for on-site projects.
Our technicians have earned thousands of hours blasting expertise since 2007 and we adhere to all industry-wide safety practices and procedures.
Sustainable, non-toxic processes yield the cleanest result with no harmful chemicals or secondary waste.
We are headquartered in Georgia, with satellite offices in Michigan and Texas, to serve customers across the U.S.