Dry ice cleaning technology generally uses dry ice making machines (dry ice makers, ice makers, dry ice granulators, dry ice granulators, dry ice granulators) to make dry ice particles of a certain specification, and then uses dry ice cleaners (dry ice ejectors, Dry ice blasting machine, dry ice blasting cleaning machine, dry ice washing machine, dry ice mold washing machine) Mix compressed air and dry ice particles with a certain pressure and spray them onto the surface of the object to be cleaned. The impulse cracked the dirt.
So it belongs to the "physical cleaning method". So in theory, dry ice cleaning technology can replace traditional physical cleaning processes, such as sandblasting, water spraying and wiping.
In terms of industrial applicability, the application of dry ice cleaning technology is related to national environmental awareness and legal requirements, that is, in the case that traditional processes can not meet environmental protection conditions, dry ice cleaning technology can be used instead of traditional cleaning processes. From a process perspective, the principle of any cleaning process is to ensure that the workpiece being cleaned is not damaged, and the integrity of the workpiece must be ensured. Dry ice cleaning processes must also adhere to this principle. Dry ice cleaning sprays dry ice particles onto the surface of the workpiece. The surface of the workpiece must withstand certain wind pressure. If the surface of the workpiece cannot withstand certain wind pressure, the dry ice cleaning process cannot be used.
Dry ice cleaning is widely used in military, nuclear energy, metallurgy, foundry, petroleum, chemical, rubber, plastic, ship, automobile, food, medicine, machinery, printing, power, electronics, and other fields.