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  • Dry Ice," the trademark name for solid carbon dioxide, reaches its solid state when cooled liquid carbon dioxide is put under pressure.
  • Dry ice, sometimes referred to as "Cardice" or as "card ice", is the solid form of carbon dioxide. It is used primarily as a cooling agent.
  • Dry ice advantages include lower temperature than that of water ice and not leaving any residue (other than incidental frost from moisture in the atmosphere. It is useful for preserving frozen foods, ice cream, etc.,
  • Dry ice is the solid form of carbon dioxide (chemical formula CO2), comprising two oxygen atoms bonded to a single carbon atom. It is colorless, odorless, non-flammable, and slightly acidic".
  • Dry ice is solidified carbon dioxide (CO2). Distinct from regular ice, which exists at temperatures of 32F (0C) and below, dry ice is extremely cold, -109F (-79C).
  • The density of dry ice varies, but usually ranges between about 1.4 and 1.6 g/cm3 (87100 lb/ft3).
  • Dry ice may also be used to generate carbon dioxide gas to displace oxygen-bearing atmosphere and to carbonate liquids (especially in a party punch due to the bubbles and moisture vapors that form a visual interest).
  • One of the largest mechanical uses of dry ice is blast cleaning. Dry ice pellets are shot out of a nozzle with compressed air. This can remove residues from industrial equipment.
  • Dry ice can be used to arrest and prevent insect activity in closed containers of grains and grain products, as it displaces oxygen, but does not alter the taste or quality of such foods.
  • Dry ice can be used to flash freeze food,[16] laboratory biological samples,[17] carbonate beverages,[16] and make ice cream.
  • Dry ice is typically produced in two standard forms: blocks and cylindrical pellets.
  • A standard block weighing approximately 30 kg is most common.
  • Pellets are around 1 cm (0.4 in) in diameter and can be bagged easily. This form is suited to small scale use, for example at grocery stores and laboratories.
General Information
  • Dry Ice General Info
  • Dry Ice Information
  • Dry Ice Works
  • Uses of Dry Ice
  • Dry ice Description

Company

  • Company from India
  • Company from USA
  • Company from India
  • Company from USA

Turnkey & Plant

  • Turnkey from India
  • Plant from Switzerland

Data Sheet

  • Dry Ice
  • Carbon Dioxide Solid
  • Carbon Dioxide (Dry Ice)
  • Dry Ice from Canada
  • Dry ice from USA
  • Carbon Dioxide - CO2, Solid
  • Carbon dioxide or Dry ice
  • Solid Carbon dioxide Drikold
  • Dry Ice from USA
  • Dry Ice Safety Data

Product

  • Dry Ice
  • Dry Ice (Solid CO2)
  • Dry Ice fro Germany
  • Dry Ice (CO2)

Process

  • Code Practice for Dry ice
  • Manufacturing Process for Dry Ice

Raw Material Supplier

  • Liquid Carbon Dioxide Supplier
  • Supplier for Carbon Dioxide

Equipment Supplier

  • Extruders Supplier
  • Presses Supplier
  • Chutes Supplier
  • Conveyors Supplier

Report

  • Case report of an ice pack
    burn
  • Sublimation Rate of Dry Ice Packaged in Commonly Used
    Quantities by the Air Cargo Industry
  • Dry Ice Experiments
  • WSU Guide to Shipping with Dry Ice
  • Environmental impacts of  dry ice production

Suppliers

  • Dry Ice Suppliers
  • Suppliers for Dry Ice
  • Dry Ice Suppliers

Application

  • Application of Dry Ice Blasting Technology
  • Dry Ice Application
  • Dry Ice Application Areas
  • Purging and Blanketing with Dry Ice
  • Dry ice blasting of stainless steel
  • Shipping Seafood With Dry Ice
  • Shipment of Perishable Products and Dry Ice Usage

Patent

  • Dry ice block extruder
  • Dry ice compaction method
  • Dry ice producing machine
  • Dry ice cleaning method and dry ice cleaning apparatus
  • Dry ice pelletizer
  • Apparatus for dispensing dry ice
  • Dry-ice blast device
  • Method and apparatus for making dry ice
  • Dry ice cleaning method, dry ice cleaning apparatus, and part or unit cleaned by dry ice
  • Method of improving the biocidal efficacy of dry ice
  • Chemical reactions in compressed carbon dioxide

Analysis

  • Trials of the Schaef er-Langmuir Dry-Ice Cloud Seeding Technique
  • Development of a compressed carbon dioxide propulsion unit for Near-Term mars surface application
  • Carbon Dioxide (Dry-Ice) Blasting
  • Effects of Dry Ice and Superchilling on Quality and Shelf Life of Arctic Charr
    (Salvelinus alpinus) Fillets
  • Proper Interpretation of Freezing and Hydrate prediction results from process simulation
  • Shot peening With Dry Ice
  • Solubility of Water in Compressed Carbon Dioxide

Guides & Rules

  • Guide to Shipping Dry Ice
  • Direction for packing dry ice with non-hazardous materials
  • Guide for Shipping with Dry Ice
  • Dry Ice Shipping Requirements
  • Shipping Infectious Substances
    with Dry Ice
  • Transportation Requirements for Dry Ice

Dry Ice Equipments

  • Block ice machine
  • Dry Ice Blasting
  • Dry Ice Pelletiser
  • Dry Ice fogger
  • Nu-Ice Age
  • Dry Ice Cleaning
  • Dry ice Technology
  • Dry Ice Block Press
  • Kohtaki Dry Ice Former

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