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Dry-Ice Blasting

We're Toronto's leading team of dry-ice blasting specialists

This new specialty service is environmentally responsible, non abrasive, non toxic and leaves no waste behind.  It's a great option for a business looking for a waste-free, clean and sterile option.

SIMMCO can assist you with your HVAC needs:

Dry ice blasting is when a mildly abrasive stream of solid CO2 pellets thrust an object.  For example; towards flakey rust, paint, mold or any other substance that requires an eco-friendly removal. These CO2 pellets are made when liquid carbon dioxide is taken from a pressurized storage tank and expanded at ambient pressure creating snow. Once this is done, the next step is compressing this snow through a die to make hard pellets. Once blasted out of our equipment, these dry ice pellets convert instantly from solid to vapour on impact. This process strips the surface of its contaminates and vanishes. 

The benefits of dry-ice blasting:

  • Eco-Friendly / environmentally responsible

  • No secondary waste 

  • Non toxic

  • Non Conductive

  • More efficient & cleaner than conventional methods of stripping materials 

  • Safe around electronics 

Industries that benefit from dry-ice blasting:

  • Aviation & Aerospace 

  • Automotive 

  • Contract Cleaners 

  • Engineered Wood

  • Food & Beverage 

  • Foundry 

  • Medical 

  • Mining 

  • Oil and Gas

  • Packaging 

  • Plastic & Composites 

  • Power Generation

  • Printing

  • Public Transportation 

  • Restoration

  • Rubber 

  • Textiles 

We're equipped for any job small or large, anytime of the day or night.  

NADCA Certified Member.  Click HERE to view verification. 

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

We're Indoor Air Quality Experts

  • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has become an important health and safety concern for Canadians.  The most common issue associated with IAQ is improper or inadequately maintained heating & ventilation systems.

  • Issues that lead to poor IAQ can include inadequate temperatures, humidity, poor air circulation, ventilation issues, insufficient outdoor air intakes & indoor air contaminants such as chemicals, dust, moulds or fungi, bacteria, odours & vapours.

  • Poor IAQ can lead to various symptoms such as: dryness & irritation of the eyes, nose throat & skin, headaches, fatigue, shortness of breath, hypersensitivity, allergies, sinus congestion, coughing and sneezing, dizziness and nausea.  

Do you think that your Indoor Air Quality needs attention?

IAQ Inspection Checklist 
Workplace Health Survey
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