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07-26-2010 10:11 AM
Apple Roof Cleaning
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Originally Posted by Lou View Post
Is this "the" Tucker, I think it is?

I could see Ice Blasting help on carbon. But I have a chem/foam mix to cover that scenario to,
No it's not.
07-24-2010 04:23 AM
Lou
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Originally Posted by Tucker View Post
I've never heard of dry ice cleaning the kitchen exhaust. This is very interesting. The main dry ice website lists many uses, but not kitchen exhaust. When I went to your link, iceblastuk.co.uk, to read more information it was broken. Do you have an updated link?
Is this "the" Tucker, I think it is?

I could see Ice Blasting help on carbon. But I have a chem/foam mix to cover that scenario to,
07-22-2010 10:19 PM
Tucker I've never heard of dry ice cleaning the kitchen exhaust. This is very interesting. The main dry ice website lists many uses, but not kitchen exhaust. When I went to your link, iceblastuk.co.uk, to read more information it was broken. Do you have an updated link?
02-23-2010 06:26 AM
Superbpack Thanks for this great info! I’m purchasing ice blasting equipment however I have no experience about how to charge for ice blasting? Or is it charged by sqft?

Best Regards,
10-15-2009 10:32 PM
Lou it's not unusual to pull 20lbs or more of grease out of a system much more on first service stuff. I don't see where dry ice would benefit my operation. But I'm all ears if someone is actually doing it.
09-24-2009 10:08 PM
CO2 Solutions I personally have never tried it...I think the cost of the dry ice out weighs this type of job...at least from what I've heard on here...I'm sure it would probably do a pretty good job though...less mess in the end as well.
06-21-2009 11:56 PM
Lou How's that's working out?
06-09-2009 12:43 PM
iceblastuk
industrial kitchen cleaning .dry ice cleaning.

Hi all .Mr Jones here from Iceblast uk ltd.do you know what Dry ice blasting is ? do you know how we could help you in a cleaner future with this revalution in cleaning .We are amazed how many of you dont even know it is here .please visit our site www.iceblastuk.co.uk im sure you will agree once you see the site that it is the way forward for most public sectors to industrial cleaning .We welcome any questions and are more than happy to work with you to see how we can improve on your current proceedures.please note dry ice blasting is enviromently friendly and can be used in a huge range of areas.I thank you for your time and if nothing else i have opened your is to the revalution in cleaning .Kind Regards Mr T Jones

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