ELECTRICAL 

flood damaged electrical_bus_bars
flood damaged electrical_bus_bars

before dry ice cleaning

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Flood damaged electrical Bus bars
Flood damaged electrical Bus bars

after dry ice blasting

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Fan motor and blades
Fan motor and blades

after dry ice cleaning

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flood damaged electrical_bus_bars
flood damaged electrical_bus_bars

before dry ice cleaning

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CLEANING WITHOUT CONDUCTIVE LIQUIDS

Dry ice blasting, a non-conductive process, which uses no water and can restore electrical equipment to peak performance with dramatically shorter outages. 

The cleaning process leaves no waste product behind to contaminate the equipment. 

ELECTRICAL PANELS 

Cleaning of wall mounted electrical panels is another common application as it’s a difficult area to deal with and dry ice does a quick job of them.

Shop electrical panels
Shop electrical panels

after dry ice blast cleaning

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Shop wall & electrical panels
Shop wall & electrical panels

before dry ice cleaning

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Burner Controls After
Burner Controls After

Burner controls after dry ice blasting.

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Shop electrical panels
Shop electrical panels

after dry ice blast cleaning

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massive electrical clutch
massive electrical clutch

Before cleaning

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Electric Clutch
Electric Clutch

After dry ice blast cleaning

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Paint over spray
Paint over spray

After

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massive electrical clutch
massive electrical clutch

Before cleaning

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Electric Motors

Dry ice blasting, a non-conductive process, which uses no water can restore electrical equipment to peak performance with dramatically shorter outages. Heat is  the death of electric motors. Keeping them clean and their cooling fans unobstructed prevent overheating and reduce operating costs so much so that the ROI on cleaning can be realized in a short period of time.