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Super Tech Company is known to its best solutions in the Industrial cleaning on site and has introduced versatility of environment friendly blasting services in this region using Dry Ice and soda blasting technology to clean emerging from conventional cleaning to Environment friendly cleaning

Dry ice cleaning should be your first choice in maintaining your facility. With regular cleaning, Dry Ice Works can help you maximize tooling life, minimize downtime, and helps you meet environmental safety standards.

Dry Ice Works can clean nearly any piece of equipment without taking anything apart or introducing water or chemicals. Our system is a fast and effective method for removing even the toughest dirt, grease, sludge, and other sediment from commercial and industrial equipment. Dry ice cleaning is also an effective solution for preparing a surface to be painted.

Unlike water or steam blasting, the dry ice method allows you to immediately put your equipment back into service, as it requires zero dry time. It also doesn’t result in dirty, contaminated water that must be safely removed in order to reduce the risk of mold or mildew forming after cleaning. Unlike sandblasting, dry ice cleaning is entirely non-abrasive and will not wear away the surface of your equipment, nor does it require your equipment to be moved – reducing the potential for damage caused in transit. Your equipment can be kept in place throughout the entire cleaning process!

Dry ice blasting works by projecting highly accelerated soft dry ice, which creates ‘mini-explosions’ upon impact. This results in undesirable items being lifted from the surface without any risk of causing damage.

Dry ice cleaning has many benefits over traditional methods:

  • Completely non-toxic and requires no harsh chemicals
  • Allows most equipment to be cleaned in place without requiring disassembly
  • Is highly effective at cleaning grease, paints, oils, residue, biofilm, and more
  • Sublimates upon impact
  • Is approved for use in commercial food processing facilities
  • Can be used for a wide range of cleaning applications, and can be adjusted to be as gentle or aggressive as needed
  • Poses no fire hazard or risk of damaging electrical or mechanical equipment
  • Faster than cleaning by hand

How Does The Dry Ice Blast Cleaning Process Work?

  • To use dry ice, the proper dry ice blasting equipment and dry ice blasting machines must be used. The Dry Ice Blasting process uses pellets made through a process of taking Liquid Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and expanding it to produce a snow like substance that is compressed to make hard Dry Ice Pellets.
  • Dry Ice Pellets are then propelled at a supersonic speed by a compressed air gun (similar to other blasting systems). Upon impact, the dry ice creates a micro-thermal shock (caused by the extreme cold temperature of -79º C) which breaks the bond between the coating and the substrate. The high pressure air stream removes the dirt from the surface, while the Dry Ice Pellets vaporize (sublimate) before your eyes.

Abrasive Blasting and Dustless Blasting

Removing even the toughest paint is easy for the Dustless Blaster, but what about removing dozens of layers of hardened paint at once? It’s a problem that just about any company who does any sort of painting has. Once their paint racks or hooks are covered in paint, they either need to get the paint off, or replace the racks and hooks. Paint thinner can’t even begin to remove such thick paint. Sand paper or grinders aren’t effective because they immediately get clogged with paint. Dustless Blasting turns out to be the perfect solution!

You can see that the Dustless Blaster dispatched the thick paint with ease. Remarkably, even though you can eat through tough coatings, etch concrete and wood, and drill a hole right through metal if you want to, you can also do delicate work. The Dustless Blaster allows you to adjust blast pressure and media flow. Plus you can use a wide range of abrasive, and you can blast Dustless, or dry. This flexibility allows you to do so many things, and capitalize on tons of different income streams!

Meanwhile back at our headquarters, Bobby told us about his difficulties removing mill scale from steel. He even brought a couple of panels to blast, so he could be absolutely positive that Dustless Blasting would do the trick

Mill scale is a tough layer of iron oxides and magnetite which coats the surface of hot rolled steel. It is necessary to remove mill scale before welding or painting can occur, but the process is usually difficult and time consuming. Our process eliminates mill scale quickly and efficiently, leaving a white metal finish.

Everything You Need to Know about Industrial Coatings

Supertech offers Industrial coating which is essentially a type of paint that is applied on various derivatives like steel and other selective Metals. It’s caked on in a way that is designed to be both aesthetic as well as protective

So what are industrial coatings commonly used for? The list of uses is nearly endless, but it does help to have a basic understanding of what the coatings are used for. The main reason for applying a coating is to protect the part that’s underneath it in some way, especially from various types of corrosion. Aesthetics are sometimes important too though, so that is not something that should be overlooked.

Specifically, the most common use of industrial coatings is to prevent concrete or steel from corroding. A secondary common use is to make these materials more resistant to fire or other problems. Polymers are frequently used as an industrial coating. Some common polymers used as a coating include moisture cure urethane, epoxy, fluoropolymer, and polyurethane. many application

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