Buses, trains & planes cleaning
An essential part in the trouble-free operation of a means of transportation is a well-maintained system and technology.
Cleaning electrical control panels, air-conditioning/heating system, seats ect. with dry ice offers many advantages such as:
• Reducing risk of short cuts and break-downs.
• Reduces risk of damage to components.
• Cleaning of electrical control systems
• Quick pre-clean before inspections.
• Cleaning of air conditioning / heating systems.
• Cleaning of springs and shock absorbers.
• Cleaning of brakes and undercarriage
• Improve air quality in trains, buses, airplanes etc.
• Cleaning of exhaust hoods and exhaust fans to reduce risk of fire.
GET AN AMAZING RESULT IN NO TIME!
DRY ICE CLEANING WITHOUT WATER OR CHEMICALS.
DRY ICE BLASTING SERVES MANY BENEFITS
1. Cleaning with a Natural Substance
Dry Ice Blasting uses Dry Ice Pellets made from the same substance used to carbonate beverages. This method does not generate secondary waste as does sand, soda, water, or grit cleaning. Dry Ice Blasting also replaces chemical and solvent based cleaning.
2. Safe on Electrical
This versatile process cleans heavy buildup without damage to sensitive areas like electrical components, switches, wiring, photo electric sensors, and more.
3. A Thorough, Deeper Cleaning
Since Dry Ice Pellets manage to reach every nook and corner of the equipment it cleans more deeply and effectively.
4. No Damage
Dry Ice Blasting is completely dry, non-abrasive, non-toxic and non-corrosive . It quickly removes most contaminants without damage to switches, panels, lines, tubes, wiring or belts, HVAC equipment and is safe to use on electrical.
5. No Down Time
The process is very fast and dry. The dry ice disappears on contact and can be performed on-line without disassembly and without need for drying time.
Dry ice blasting serves many benefits cleaning without water or chemicals
Safe on Electrical
No Down Time
We provide detailed insight into the benefit of cleaning with dry ice for the many industries
where dry ice is the preferred cleaning method.