Food Manufacturing Equipment Cleaning

Dry ice blasting for the food manufacturing industry allows installed and in-place equipment to be cleaned without the need to break it down and remove it from a production line. Bakery ingredients, grease, and oil can all removed without contamination. Dry ice blasting is safe to use around electrical panels and it will not short-circuit motors or switches. Dry ice cleaning has been effectively used in AIB inspected facilities. Our team currently services the Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana area.

Benefits Of Dry Ice Blasting Include:

The number one benefit of dry ice blasting is that the food-grade CO2 will not contaminate your food or equipment. You won’t have to purchase another machine or throw out your food. Once our dry ice blasting job is complete, you can continue with your food production process in a safe manner. Our methods are also FDA, EPA, and USDA approved. That’s how you know, and we know, that our food-grade CO2 will leave your machines and food unharmed. Even molds that you design will not be damaged because our methods are non-abrasive. Our dry ice blasting is effective on hot, cold, plastic, and even metal surfaces. This cleaning method doesn’t require us to take apart any of your food manufacturing equipment.

Key Benefits

  • Chemical-free process
  • Enhanced worker safety
  • Environmentally responsible
  • FDA, EPA, and USDA approved
  • No Contamination
  • No secondary waste
  • Non-abrasive; won’t damage substrate
  • Reduced cleaning time and associated labor costs
  • Reduced encapsulation needs
  • Thorough cleaning in tight areas


  • Adhesive and tar removal
  • Fire, smoke, water damage
  • Lead paint abatement
  • Mold remediation
  • Removal of corrosive contaminants
  • Reversal of aging effect

Dry ice blasting can also be used for:

  • Baked On Oven Residues
  • Conveyors
  • Dryers
  • Electric Motors
  • Floors, Ceilings & Walls
  • Food Storage Rooms & Equipment
  • Freezers
  • Glue Head Residues
  • Mixing Equipment
  • Packaging Equipment
  • Uncooked Residues
  • Ventilation Equipment