Solid CO2 (customarily known as “DRY ICE”)

Is the product of processing liquid CO2 . If the pressure of liquid CO2 is suddenly released, a proportion of that liquid will change to the solid state (becoming dry ice “snow”) and the remainder will revert to gas (revert gas). When the snow is compressed under hydraulic or mechanical action, blocks or pellets of dry ice are formed. The revert gas (gaseous CO2 ) can be readily reclaimed and converted back to liquid by recompression and reliquefaction, thence returned to the dry ice block machine or pelletizer for further processing.

The temperature of dry ice is -79 °C (110,2 °F) and in the atmoshere it will pass directly from the solid to the gaseous stage, leaving no moisture or trace of its presence except the cold.

Fun with your cocktails

Dry Ice is made from Carbon Dioxide as known as CO2 and compressed to make a block of dry-ice. One of the most favorite is the effect of dry-ice smoke in your glass (as shown in picture). 

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Keep Your Food Fresh

Dry ice may be the best way to keep your frozen and refrigerated foods from spoiling in the event of a power outage. At a temperature of -109°F, dry ice can replace the cooling power of your refrigerator or freezer.

During a power outage, place dry ice on the top shelf of the freezer and the bottom shelf of the refrigerator. If you are evacuating an area, dry ice in a cooler will allow you to transport perishable food or medicines while traveling.

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Safety Handling of Dry Ice