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Blasting Services

Dry Ice UK are the UK’s leading supplier of dry ice blast cleaning services and products, all delivered nationwide.

Dry ice blast cleaning is a fast, powerful and cost-effective way of removing contamination, grime or unwanted coatings on equipment, buildings and surfaces that need a clean, dry and abrasion free finish – all with no secondary waste.

Non-toxic and non-corrosive, dry ice blasting is an environmentally friendly alternative to cleaning with abrasives, water, solvents or hazardous chemicals.

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Contract Cleaning

Dry Ice UK are The Dry Ice Cleaning Specialists – providing dry ice blast cleaning services throughout the UK.
We have consistently delivered dynamic and cost effective dry ice cleaning solutions to our customers for over 20 years. Whatever your requirements may be, Dry Ice UK has the people, equipment and expertise to meet all of your requirements.
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Equipment Hire

Dry Ice UK have a huge stock of single hose and twin hose dry ice blast units, all fully serviced and ready for immediate hire.
Our experienced and trained personnel are on hand to advise you on the most appropriate unit for your application.
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Dry Ice UK’s comprehensive training packages are delivered by our experienced Cryonomic® accredited technicians and conducted on your premises and at your convenience.
Training packages are available for new operators through to experienced technicians, and also for all types of dry ice blasting equipment.
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Trials and Demonstrations

Dry Ice UK carries out pre-arranged cleaning demonstrations at a customer’s premises.

Following on from an initial enquiry, our team will comprehensively discuss what essential requirements are needed for a demonstration to take place.