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CO2 Dry Ice (Block)

Size:
– Large rectangular block
– Size: required size
– Weight: from 0.8kg to 1.2kg
Uses:
– Food preservation
– Preservation of containerized cargo
– Storage of tissue, living cells
– Decorate for wedding
CO2 rate = 99.9%

CO2 Dry Ice (Pellet)

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Size:
– Small square block
– Diameter from 3 – 7mm
– Weight: N / A
Uses:
– Use industrial cleaning
– Restore machine details
– Clean the sole of the shoe
– Clean the printer
– Cleaning turbine
CO2 rate = 99.9%

CO2 Dry Ice (Nuggets)

Size:
– Yarn, curved like noodles
– Size: 3mm
– Weight: N / A
Uses:
– Use industrial cleaning
– Restore machine details
– Clean the sole of the shoe
– Clean the printer
– Cleaning Turbine
CO2 rate = 99.9%

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Introduction to CO2 Dry ice:

What is dry ice? smoke ice, dry ice, CO2 solid,…. Dry ice is a basic chemical, formed by CO2 and solid. Dry ice was made in 1925 by Prest Air Devices in New York. In the world dry ice has been produced in great quantity for a long time, but in Vietnam dry ice has been known for 15 years thanks to the successful installation of the German CO2 collection system. Dry ice has its own characteristics: white smoke when exposed to water, temperature -78.5ºC should be used to create smoke effect on the stage, wedding towers, food preservation, cooling machine parts, …

Process of producing Dry ice:

Dry ice has the production process as follows: CO2 gas> CO2 liquid> solid CO2 (dry ice). The first stage is the collection of CO2, this stage is carried out in the factories producing alcohol wine, nitrogenous fertilizer, chemicals, steel cast iron … In which the collection of CO2 in chemical plants and stools Nitrogen is more highly valued by dry ice produced from less susceptible sources of odor and opaque such as alcohol and steel. However, the cost is also higher.
The CO2 collected after the collection process will be fed through the impure filter system, which automatically stops when the amount of impurities in the gas reaches <0.1%. Then the CO2 is compressed into liquid and the heat is removed during compression. The compression process is finished, the liquid CO2 is rapidly expanded, this rapid expansion causes a part of the CO2 to freeze. This frozen CO 2 is solid CO2 (dry ice). However, to facilitate the packaging and use of dry CO2, it is necessary to be pressed through the mold to form a pellet or block as required.

Application of dry ice:

– Cooling: There is no toxic substance so carbon dioxide is often used to store food, biological samples and other perishable items.
Dry ice fog produces special effects: When dry ice comes into contact with water, carbon dioxide freezes up into a mixture of cold carbon dioxide and damp cold air. Condensation and fog formation. The fog effect of the dry ice mixture with water is best produced with warm water.
– Dry stone dry cleaning: Dry ice pellets – stone vermiculite (instead of sand) are shot on the surface to be cleaned such as mold sanitary, The drying tape is not as hard as the sand, but it speeds up the process by sublimation so that “nothing else” exists on the surface to be cleaned and almost Do not create dusty dust.
– Increases rain from the clouds or reduces the thickness of the cloud by the crystallization of water in the cloud.
– Production of carbon dioxide gas as needed in systems such as inert fuel tanks in B-47 aircraft.
– Restoration of details: Brass or other brass shaft liners are applied to the dry tape to shrink them so that they match the inner size of the shaft hole. When the bushes warm again, they hatch and become extremely tight.

Some notes on using dry ice:

– No direct contact with dry ice
– Do not buy to storage because the dry ice will steam
– Do not store dry ice in closed containers.
– Keep out of reach of CHILDREN.
– Do not eat.