Jet, world leader in dry ice blasting technology, announces its
European expansion at K2004.
Ohio - Cold Jet will be among the 2500+ exhibitors at the triennial
K show in Düsseldorf, Germany (October 20-27). In addition
to demonstrating its new EU approved and patented
T-2, Cold Jet's lightest and smallest dry ice blasting unit,
Cold Jet will also be introducing members of its new European staff
at its booth in the American Pavilion (Hall 13 booth #C47-16).
its European headquarters in Brussels last
year, Cold Jet has strengthened its customer service capabilities
on the continent through the establishment of new locations in Germany,
Belgium and Poland. With this expansion, Cold Jet will be able to
locally provide an integrated solution platform for its customers,
including dry ice blasting machine sales and rentals, dry ice deliveries,
contract cleaning services and customer support services to an increased
number of industry locations.
Cold Jet has been the pioneer of dry ice blasting technology development,
continuously improving on the efficiency and effectiveness of this
environmentally safe cleaning method. Dry ice blasting uses high-velocity
solid CO2 (dry ice) to clean surfaces without damaging equipment
or creating new waste streams. Cold Jetting eliminates the need
for labor-intensive manual scrubbing and caustic chemicals by removing
residues from around or on production fixtures and other surfaces
while they are hot, energized and in place.
Cold Jet's product
line includes a variety of different blasting
machines, single-hose, dual-hose, electric, pneumatic, as well
as dry ice production equipment
for both pellets and block, producing the highest density dry ice
food & beverage, foundry,
nuclear decontamination, plastics
& rubber molding, and printing
& packaging industries are all
benefiting from the advantages of dry ice blasting, which include
reduced production downtime through in-place cleaning, reduced scrap
rates and increased production equipment lifespan, all realized
while eliminating the use of hazardous chemicals.