At home in every situation.

CO2 snow blasting is used for the cleaning and pretreating of solid surfaces. Additionally, there are applications for cutting, deburring and cooling.

Applications for this process are within production, repair, maintenance and services and can be implemented in almost all industries:

  • Automotive industry,
  • Synthetics,
  • Rubber industry,
  • Electronics,
  • Chemical industry,
  • Pharmaceutics,
  • Food industry,
  • Foundries,
  • Printing,
  • Aviation,
  • Transport,
  • Energy,
  • Services.

CO2 snow blasting machines have a huge potential and maximum flexibility. In general, the machines are implemented to remove the following surface impurities: particles, dust, grease, oil, finger prints, releasing agents, black wash, manufacturing residues, glue and adhesive deposits, polishing residues, anticorrosive agents, cooling lubricants, asphalt, wax, varnishes and thin coats of paints, smoke residue, fluxing agent deposits, soot, limescale as well as germs and fungi.

Examples of application

1. Cleaning of tools and moulds

  • Polyurethan (releasing agents, manufacturing residues)
  • Diecasting, ingot moulds, core boxes (releasing agents, black wash, manufacturing residues)
  • Electroplating (manufacturing residues)
  • Tire moulds, vulcanization tools, ventilating valves (manufacturing residues)
  • PET blow forms (manufacturing residues, deposits)
  • Plastic injection tools (manufacturing residues, deposits)
  • Manufacturing tools for composites (releasing agents, manufacturing residues)

Cleaning of tire moulds

Cleaning of foaming tools

Cleaning of core boxes

Cleaning of diecasting tools


2. Cleaning of machines and installations

  • Switch boxes
  • Hydraulic and pneumatic components
  • Motors
  • Press machines and cylinders
  • Enamelling lines and skids
  • Ovens, conveyor belts, containers, tanks
  • Waffel irons, transport bands

Cleaning of production machines

Cleaning of motors

Cleaning of diecasting machines

Cleaning of switch boxes


3. Cleaning of components and subassemblies

  • Pretreatment of synthetic components prior to painting
  • Cleaning of metal components prior to painting
  • Removing oil and grease before adhesive and coating processes
  • Restoration due to smoke and water damage, especially electrical installations
  • Wood restoration and fire damage clean up
  • Forming components, milling and turning components
  • Semiconductors and electronic components, lenses

Pretreatment platic parts prior to painting

Cleaning of metal components

Fire damage restoration

Lense cleaning

Removal of glue and varnishing residues

Cleaning of coated components

Cleaning of undercarriages

Cleaning of wheel rims