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High Density Pellet dry ice pelletizer PE80

High Density Pellet dry ice pelletizer
High Density Pellet dry ice pelletizer
High Density Pellet dry ice pelletizer
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Characteristics

Type
High Density Pellet
Mass flow rate

80 kg/h (176 lb/h)

Description

Our revolutionary equipment sets new standards for producing Dry Ice. You can produce high-quality Dry Ice easily whenever you want it, at the turn of a switch. We like to think of it as having 'Dry Ice on tap'. It's always been difficult to precisely forecast how much Dry Ice you are going to need for chilling or cleaning operations. You tend to over-order from a centralized factory "just in case". If you under-order, you may run out and not be able to ship or process valuable temperature-sensitive goods on time or you may have to return to a cleaning job, at extra expense and inconvenience. Or if you over-order then all of that over-ordered Dry Ice often just sublimes away, wasting time and money. Dry Ice's main logistical problem is: you can't store it. But you can store liquid carbon dioxide (LCO2) in a suitable vessel. This gives you a "buffer" of potential Dry Ice ready to be produced when you need it. No more last-minute panic ordering of Dry Ice from an inflexible supply infrastructure. There are pure economic benefits too. Delivering LCO2 infrequently is cheaper than delivering Dry Ice frequently. Lower cost LCO2 can also mean useful savings on the unit cost of Dry Ice. The Pelletizer takes LCO2 and brings it up to near atmospheric pressure which then turns it into a mixture of gas and solid in the form of "snow". The solid is compressed in triple chambers and extruded to produce hard pellets or nuggets in any size from 1.7-16mm in diameter.

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