Keeping businesses and homes clean is a massive industry, with more than $168 billion generated worldwide every year and with thousands of businesses in many different sectors. Some of these organizations work in homes, some in businesses, but all try to use the best possible equipment to stand out.
Cleaning is done with more than just mops and vacuums. There are steam cleaning systems, industrial grade dry vapor steamers, dry ice blasting equipment, and more. Each has their own advantages over other cleaning systems on the market.
To demonstrate, we’ll take a look at the dry ice blasting, also known as carbon dioxide blasting, cleaning systems.
The carbon dioxide blasting cleaning system is near completely non-abrasive. This means that it doesn’t damage or alter surfaces that it cleans, unlike blasting methods that use sand or beads. You should be able to clean tough surfaces without worrying about damaging what’s underneath the grime.
- No Disassembling
It also has the advantage over other systems in that it can be applied directly to things like moulds and plants without dismantling them. This can save valuable time in the long term. It also has very little effect on an item’s temperature, so you can use it on otherwise heat-sensitive things. It supports quality assurances and reliability for cleaning services.
- Dry Cleaning
Carbon dioxide blasting is also a dry cleaning method, so it can be used on items that would generally not be cleaned with wet methods. It also means that it can be used in industries that discourage moisture, like the food industry.
- No Residue The method also tends to leave no residue after being used because the dry ice pellets dissolve or sublimate immediately after hitting the surface. This removes the time and cost associated with disposing of these residues.
- Eco-Friendly Finally, it’s a very ecologically friendly cleaning method, as there is no residue to be disposed of and no chemicals are needed. CO2 is also a by-product of other processes, which means no materials are wasted simply for the sake of creating it. This means the process has virtually no negative environmental impact.
Those are just some of the advantages of one of many cleaning methods used in the multi-billion dollar cleaning industry. If you have questions about the others, please contact us. We’ll be glad to assist you in any way that we can.