Continental Carbonic stands ready to help the businesses and residents of the East Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Decatur, IL (PRWEB) October 27, 2012
With the threat of Hurricane Sandy looming, Continental Carbonic Products, Inc. will be prepared with dry ice to assist East Coast businesses or residents suffering from extended power outages. Dry ice can keep frozen and refrigerated foods from spoiling in the event of a power outage. At a temperature of -109°F, dry ice can replace the cooling power of a refrigerator or freezer.
“Continental Carbonic stands ready to help the businesses and residents of the East Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy,” stated John Funk, President of Continental Carbonic Products, Inc., “With distribution branches located along the East Coast in key cities expected to be hit by the storm, we are well-positioned to assist both companies and consumers in keeping perishables fresh.”
Continental Carbonic locations are located in:
150 Penrod Ct., Suite J
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
172 Williams St.
Chelsea, MA 02150
NEW YORK/NEW JERSEY
435 Oehler Place
Carlstadt, NJ 07072
411 Elmwood Ave.
Sharon Hill, PA 19079
Continental Carbonic locations will be open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 27 and during normal business hours during the week of October 29th. All branch locations carry foam coolers, gloves and safety information to assist consumers in using dry ice. Delivery is available for large commercial orders.
Additional information regarding dry ice can be found on the Continental Carbonic website. Specific information on how to keep perishables fresh with dry ice, and safely handling dry ice are both available.
About Continental Carbonic:
Continental Carbonic specializes in the manufacture and distribution of dry ice and liquid carbon dioxide. The company is also the nation's largest distributor of dry ice blasting equipment. Continental Carbonic maintains a reliable network of 38 dry ice distribution facilities located strategically throughout the eastern two-thirds of the United States. For more information, visit http://www.continentalcarbonic.com or call 1-800-DRY-ICE2.