Recorded May 12, 2010
Presented by Tyson Marlowe, Cold Jet
Traditional cleaning methods in the plastics industry can be time consuming, ineffective and costly. Dry ice blast cleaning is a quick, efficient and environmentally friendly alternative. Cold Jet dry ice blasting allows plastic molders to clean while molds are still hot and in the press, significantly reducing downtime due to cooling, disassembly, manual cleaning, reassembly and reheating. Dry ice blast cleaning is non-abrasive and non-conductive, and will not etch or profile most metals. Mold release agents buildup, plastic residue and out-gassing can quickly be removed, and intricate molds are easily cleaned with dry ice blasting.
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A privately held company, Cold Jet LLC is the world leader in dry ice blasting and dry ice production technology and develops superior dry ice blast cleaning systems to meet every unique cleaning application, setting precedence for cutting edge design and innovation.
With more than 100 direct employees, and a global network of hundreds more contractors and distributors, Cold Jet is also the largest dry ice technology company in the world. Cold Jet’s talented staff of manufacturing, production and support personnel, technical sales staff, and aerospace and mechanical engineering staff ensures the best product design, implementation and reliability in the business.
Cold Jet LLC
455 Wards Corner Road
Loveland, OH 45140
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