In addition to our mobile services, we now offer in-shop sandblasting and dry-ice blasting at 40 Spencer Street in Colborne, Ontario.

Printing Presses are known to acquire large amounts of dirt and grime due to the tough manufacturing process. This process forces ink and debris to build up, causing the press to work less efficiently.

To restore, prevent damage and remove unwanted coatings from a printing press, the cleaning method must be strong, which is why dry ice blasting is used.

Print Press Cleaning with Dry Ice Blasting

Sub Zero Blasting uses dry ice blasting for print press cleaning because it is both effective and non-abrasive. With little cleaning and an environmentally responsible media, there’s no reason why you should let your print press wait any longer!

Contact Sub Zero Blasting today for a free quote.

Dry Ice Blasting Printing Press in Woodbridge

When a printing press begins to get built up ink in and around its surfaces, the mechanical components cannot work as efficiently.

Printing Press Ink Dispenser Cleaning in Toronto

This printing press was covered in ink and debris before a full industrial cleaning with dry ice blasting.

Dry Ice Blasting Printing Press in Hamilton

Ink, paper lint, dust, and grease can cause misalignment and registration issues, so regular deep cleaning of the print press is a must.