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Our dry ice is manufactured and offered in 3mm pellets, ideal for effective dry ice blasting cleaning applications. Also, Technologies manufactures dry ice in FDA grade tablets, ideal for the airline and food industry.

Dry Ice blocks are also manufactured in our facility, and widely used for the refrigerated transportation industry and for cold storage of food, pharmaceuticals, bio technology and others.

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Standard-Pellets

Standard Pellets

  • Approximately 1/2" Pellets (Available primarily west of Mississippi River)
  • Approximately 3/4" Pellets (Available primarily east of Mississippi River)
  • Used primarily in frozen food applications and shipping
  • Used in medical labs for shipping
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Rice-Pellets

Rice Pellets

  • Approximately 1/4" Pellets
  • Used primarily in frozen food applications and shipping
  • Used in medical labs for shipping
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Quarter-Loaf-Block

Quarter Loaf Block

  • Approximately 5″ x 5″ x 10″
  • Used in Ice Cream Industry
  • Used in frozen food and shipping
  • Used in grocery warehouse
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High-Density-Cryo

High Density Cryo

  • Approximately 2.9mm pellets
  • Used for Dry Ice Blasting
  • Used in frozen food applications and shipping
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Half-Cut-Block

Half Cut Block

  • Approximately 5″ x 10″ x 2″
  • Used in Ice Cream Industry
  • Used primarily in frozen food applications and shipping
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Full-Block

Full Block

  • Approximately 10″ x 10″ x 10″
  • Used primarily in frozen food and shipping
  • Used in Ice Cream Industry
  • Used in grocery warehouses
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Cut-Block

Cut Block

  • Approximately 10″ x 10″ x 2″
  • Used in Ice Cream Industry
  • Used primarily in frozen food applications and shipping
  • Used in grocery warehouses
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Airline-Cut

Airline Cut

  • Approximately 5″ x 5″ x 5/8″
  • Shipped in plastic bags
  • Used in the Airline Industry for Catering
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Dry Ice Containers

Stainless Steel Lined Insulated Containers

The stainless steel lined container is the workhorse of our commercial container offerings. Costing nearly three times an all poly container, the stainless steel container presents a much cleaner and safer dry ice storage option and also has the added benefit of reduced sublimation (3 to 4% per day vs 5% to 10% for all poly containers). All our food industry customers receive their dry ice in stainless steel containers. These containers hold approximately 1,400 pounds of pellet dry ice and 2,000 pounds of block dry ice. The container has a capacity of 30 cubic feet, weighs 243 pounds empty and has dimensions of 48″ (L) x 43″ (W) x 42″ (H).

HR 11 Insulated Containers

The HR 11 container is a great option for customers with smaller dry ice requirements and for those customers needing an easily moveable container. These containers are available with and without casters and have a hinged lid for better dry ice sublimation control. We recommend shipping blasting pellet in these containers as the lids can be tightly sealed to prevent dry ice clumping and sublimation. These containers hold approximately 500 pounds of blasting pellet dry ice, 600 pounds of regular pellet dry ice and 700 pounds of block dry ice. The container has a capacity of 11 cubic feet, weighs 106 pounds empty and has dimensions of 43″ (L) x 28″ (W) x 35″ (H) (40″ H with casters).

Fiberglass Insulated Containers

Larger fiberglass insulated containers are used primarily for large block dry ice users. These containers have a hinged door on the front for easy access and provide good insulation for the large block user. These containers hold 96 solid dry ice blocks (maximum weight of 5,760 pounds). The container weighs 400 pounds empty and has dimensions of 68″ (L) x 48″ (W) x 63″ (H).

Gaylord Non Insulated Containers

For one time large scale shipments of dry ice for emergencies or spot sales, we frequently use cardboard Gaylord containers on pallets. The advantage for the customer is that these containers do not need to be returned to us. The gaylords are not insulated so the dry ice sublimation will be higher. The Gaylord containers hold approximately 2,000 to 2,200 pounds of pellet.

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