This dry ice blasting job was completed recently at a pulp and paper mill in Toronto.
Our task was to go in and clean up debris and grime from inside of the electrical motors that run the various large machines around the mill.
When you are operating heavy equipment with material that creates a significant amount of dust and debris all day, there’s bound to be dirt build-up around the electrical components of the motor over time.
Cleaning Cooling Fins with Dry Ice Blasting
As the cooling fins circulate air, it also moves dirt and other debris through the motor.
This added grime can force the machines to work harder, and thus consume more energy than it needs to.
Regular dry ice blasting ensures that the cooling fins are left clean and running smoothly in order to prevent the motors from overheating or overdrawing power.
This routine maintenance can also ultimately extend the lifespan of the machinery.
Why Dry Ice Blasting?
Dry ice blasting is the perfect way to safely clean up machinery and electronics without any risk of damage to the more delicate parts and components.
Not only is dry ice blasting gentle on the machines, it is also environmentally safe, dry on contact, and doesn’t create secondary waste.
Toronto Dry Ice Blasting
SubZero Blasting services this paper mill with a dry ice blasting every month on a regular maintenance schedule to keep their factory consistently operating in top condition.
We offer the same scheduled dry ice blasting services to a variety of different manufacturing plants all across Ontario.
Can your workplace benefit from a scheduled dry ice blasting?
If so, don’t hesitate to contact us for more information!