Each job poses different challenges and dry ice blasting usually has an answer for all of them because of its safe, versatile nature.
Lakeville, MN (Vocus) April 21, 2010
In response to the growing ethanol industry in the Midwestern United States, Midwest Dry Ice Blasting, an industrial cleaning company, has begun offering specialized services geared towards ethanol power plants and production facilities.
The need for these plants and facilities to be up and running with as little downtime as possible makes them perfect candidates for dry ice blasting. Since dry ice evaporates on impact, it can be used to clean electronic equipment and moving machinery parts. This means that production plants will not even need to shut down the machinery being cleaned, reducing the amount of downtime and increasing the recovery time and overall productivity of the ethanol plant.
Dry ice cleaning uses no contaminants and produces minimal waste – generally consisting of the substrate that lined the machinery to begin with. Cleanup is often as simple as sweeping up the dirt and grime that once coated the ethanol production machines. Dry ice cleaning for ethanol plants is also non-abrasive which will add life and longevity to the machinery and even surfaces as frail as wood.
Although the ethanol industry is only recently beginning to grow in popularity and demand, Midwest Dry Ice Blasting has been on the forefront of innovative, industrial cleaning methods specifically for the ethanol industry. Midwest Dry Ice Blasting owner, Ray Beauvais has been actively touring ethanol facilities in the Midwest, getting a better understanding of what their specific needs are. “When it comes to industrial cleaning, no two jobs are alike” said Beauvais. “Each job poses different challenges and dry ice blasting usually has an answer for all of them because of its safe, versatile nature.”
About the Company: Midwest Dry Ice Blasting has been providing industrial cleaning services since 2008 and handles all types of cleaning jobs throughout the Midwest. Their commitment to quality, environmentally friendly work, has led to their growth over the past two years. For more information regarding dry ice blasting for ethanol plants, please visit http://www.midwestdryiceblasting.com/applications.html or call 952-288-5300.