Eco-Friendly Cryogenic Cleaning Solutions

Polar IceTech – Dry Ice Blasting Specialists

Dry Ice Blasting, also known as Dry Ice Cleaning, is a technically innovative process which offers an unparalleled cleaning solution to industry. It has a variety of features which make it ideal for cleaning and removing contaminants from moisture-sensitive and abrasive-sensitive process and production equipment. The media is approved by the BRC, HACCP, FDA and EPA.

We at Polar IceTech have the significant experience and technology to deliver this level of leading specialised cryogenic cleaning, and we do so to a superior standard.

For a greater understanding of how Dry Ice Cleaning works and to understand the real benefits of the process click here.

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Key Features

  • Non Abrasive
  • Non Conductive
  • Moisture free
  • No Chemicals
  • No Secondary Waste

Key Benefits

  • Reduce Downtime by up to 80%
  • Increase Equipment Efficiency
  • Clean in Place
  • Increase Productivity
  • Decontaminate

How Dry Ice Cleaning Works in Your industry

Download our comprehensive guide on how Dry Ice Cleaning and Eco-friendly Cryogenic Cleaning benefits Industry



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Official Partners

Polar IceTech are an exclusive Irish Partner with ColdJet, the leading global manufacturer (OEMs) of Dry Ice Cleaning equipment. This alliance further elevates Polar IceTech as the leading Dry Ice Cleaning Specialists in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

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How can we help?

Using the contact form below, fill in the details of your cleaning requirement and we will revert to you with suggestions and recommendations of how Dry Ice Cleaning can improve your efficiencies and reduce your downtime.



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Clean Laminator Heat Plates in Place with Dry Ice Blasting

Considerably safer process Cleans in place No cooling time needed Reduces scrap rates No secondary waste stream Laminator Heat Plates become heavily contaminated with an accumulation of product in the production of PIR (polyisocyanurate) and PUR (Polyurethane). This build up reduces efficiency, increases end product scrap rates and requires laborious, time-consuming cleaning methods to remove. […]

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