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ABOUT COLD JET®

HISTORY

Since its inception in 1986, Cold Jet has pioneered the research and development of dry ice blasting and is setting the standard for quality, performance and reliability in the field. Cold Jet is now recognized as the technological leader in its field, receiving the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) certification for both design and equipment. With this stringent industrial certification, Cold Jet systems have been commercially introduced worldwide. In addition, Cold Jet has received international certifications, most notably from the German TUV and Japanese HPGCL. Domestically, Cold Jet's carbon dioxide systems meet all USDA, FDA and EPA guidelines.

Over the last few years Cold Jet has focused its product development on systems designed for flexibility and mobility in the manufacturing environment. With the introduction of our portable equipment, dry ice blast units can now be manually moved from jobsite to jobsite.

Cold Jet remains committed to providing its customers with the highest level of convenience and security that only comes with a company dedicated solely to all your cleaning needs. With an extensive global distribution and support network throughout North America, Europe and the Pacific Basin, Cold Jet is poised to meet the growing worldwide demand for advanced dry ice solutions.

Timeline:

1986:

Company founded in the state of Ohio by Newell Crane.

1988:

Completed first patent protected and industrially certified commercial dry ice blasting product.

1990:

Multimillion dollar contract award with U.S. Air Force for development of dry ice blast cleaning and paint stripping systems.

1993:

Received FAA approval on FLASHJET® process.

1994:

Developed international base of dry ice manufacturing and delivery locations capable of supporting RDS product installations in the U.S., Europe and Japan.

1997:

Received the Ohio Governor's "E" award for excellence in exporting.

1999:

Developed family of low-pressure, low-volume blasting nozzles based upon proprietary technology and materials.

2000:

Introduced Cold Jet Radial Feed Series and Cold Jet Venturi Series (note: Cold Jet Venturi machines are no longer offered, but our newly (August 2003) acquired Alpheus Brand includes two-hose venturi machines).

2001:

Introduced P3000B: 4-cylinder pelletizer/nuggetizer capable of producing 2400 lbs (1091 kg) of pellets and/or nuggets per hour.

2002:

Introduced new Radial Feed product line - the AeRO series - and the new mini pelletizer P325B producing 300+ lbs (136+ kg) of pellets/nuggets per hour.
Opened 2nd Cold Jet Solutions Center in Augusta, Georgia.

2003:

Acquired CAE Alpheus in California.
Opened Cold Jet Europe, in Brussels, Belgium.

   

 

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