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Old 08-02-2005, 10:03 AM
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dry ice media blasting

Has anyone tryed this process?

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dry ice blasting is more of an industrial cleaning thing. cost is rated high, no recycle. i use type5 plastic and starblast. norton abrasives has a good chart on different type of abrasives and their use .
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my friends stepfather makes dry ice blastig units. they are mostly used in industrial applications where a grit would destroy the machinery like printing presses, ect. nice and interesting piece of equiptment but uses alot of air. you need around a 75-100hp compressor.
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There's a guy on another website that I go to that is useing this process on his car. I had never heard of this before and was just curious if anyone had used this process before. I think he was starting with suspension pieces and not any body panels. When I read about the process on the website it sounded like a good idea but I didn't know if there are any drawbacks.
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