INSEE Ecocycle Company Limited

Dry Ice Blasting Service

Dry Ice Blasting Service


Dry Ice Blasting Service

Dry ice blasting is a non-abrasive cleaning method that uses dry ice pellets (solid CO2) propelled at high speeds to clean surfaces without damaging equipment or creating secondary waste. The technology provides a powerful industrial equipment cleaning solution for a variety of applications ranging from heavy slag removal to delicate semi-conductor and circuit board cleaning.

Our dry ice blasting process provides you with an environmentally compatible and economic cleaning system, which has proved successful particularly for the removal of anti-corrosion coatings, lacquers, paints, resins, adhesives, oils, grease, lubricants and bitumen.



Overall equipment effectiveness... Faster, and therefore cheaper

A non-conductive cleaning process that may allow equipment to be cleaned in-place without cool down or disassembly. This includes generators, turbines, stators, rotors, compressors and boilers.


Benefits And Advantages


A dry method of cleaning, no water is released during the process. Therefore, even delicate parts like switch boards and other electric components can be cleaned gently. Electrical parts and generators can be back in service immediately because you don’t have to wait for water or chemicals to dry.


Dry Ice Blasting is virtually non-abrasive. This means that in comparison to traditional blasting methods with sand or glass beads, the cleaned surfaces are not damaged or altered.


No residual blasting media has to be disposed of and no solvents or chemicals are needed, resulting in a positive effect on our environment.


Working with INSEE Ecocycle offers you a peace of mind solutions, this includes:

  • A focus on safety in all aspects of the busines
  • A complete solution to improve productivity in industrial cleaning
  • Technical Expertise – years of hands on experience developing industrial cleaning applications and related technologies

Dry ice blasting can be used on almost all surfaces, especially for mould cleaning in foundries, in tyre production, the plastic injection moulding industry and for cleaning machines including:

  • Printing presses
  • Manufacturing equipment
  • Piping
  • Storage tanks
  • Reactors
  • Heating exchangers
  • Oil field equipment
  • Turbines and transformers
  • Power sub-stations
  • Boilers
  • Molds
  • Electric motors
  • Generators
  • Gears
  • Fin Fan Heat Exchanger

How to get start?

We have a team experts ready to answer your questions and help you get what your need.