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Arvand Gas supplies food-grade Dry Ice blocks, dispatched in polystyrene containers. We offer all different sizes of blocks from 20mm to 120mm. We can also offer our customers slices. (As these are manufactured, to order we do require several days' notice.)
What is Dry Ice?
Dry Ice is the solid form of frozen carbon dioxide (CO₂), it is mainly used as a cooling agent where refrigeration equipment is not partial. Dry ice temperature is lower than that of water ice without leaving any residue (other than casual frost from moisture in the atmosphere), it is highly effective and applied for preserving frozen foods, ice cream, etc.
CO₂ Dry Ice deposition occurs at −78.5 °C (−109.3 °F), one of its features is sublimation, where it can change from solid-state to the gas state with no intervening liquid form. This makes CO₂ the most suitable material for cleaning different surfaces without abrasion, moisture, and waste, as well as cold chain transportation. Dry ice ensures products are preserved in a cold dry atmosphere with minimal chance of spoilage due to moisture or high temperatures.