Facility Cleaning

Ensure a pristine and efficient working environment by using dry ice cleaning for your facility. 

  • Increase Productivity
  • Reduce Accidents
  • Elevate Your Standards
  • Impress Staff & Customers

Don’t let your facility slip into unsafe workplace status.

Is your facility in need of a thorough cleaning? Dry ice cleaning offers an innovative and highly effective solution for keeping your facility clean and well-maintained.

Keeping your facilities safe and clean with dry ice blasting:

  • Reduces Accidents
  • Increases Productivity
  • Meets Environmental Standards
  • Elevates Your Cleaning Standards
  • Makes a good impression on your staff, customers & vendors

Need an ongoing maintenance plan? Let’s create a custom cleaning program you can count on.

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Why Choose Dry Ice Works for Facility Cleaning?

Dry ice blasting offers unparalleled benefits for facility maintenance, ensuring optimal performance, compliance with regulations, and cost-effectiveness. Here’s why businesses across diverse sectors are turning to dry ice blasting:

Superior Results

Dry ice blasting is hands-down the most effective cleaning method when comparing to other blast materials. It checks all the boxes, and more.


From manufacturing equipment to historical buildings, dry ice blasting adapts to various cleaning challenges.

Minimal Downtime

Dry ice cleaning eliminates the need for disassembly of equipment, even while it’s online, reducing downtime and increasing productivity.

Improved Safety & Health

Our process reduces the risk of worker exposure to hazardous substances and minimizes the potential for accidents or injuries.


Our streamlined process minimizes your labor expenses and gives a more thorough cleaning at a fraction of the cost of other cleaning methods.

Environmentally Friendly

No harmful chemicals or secondary waste are produced during the process.

With its versatility and effectiveness, dry ice blasting is a game-changer for facility cleaning and maintenance in various industries.

Air Handlers

Keep your air handlers clean and efficient with dry ice blasting. Our process effectively removes dirt, grime, and contaminants, ensuring optimal airflow and indoor air quality.

Cat Walks and Stairs

Maintain the safety and appearance of cat walks and stairs with dry ice blasting. Our non-abrasive process removes dirt, grease, and corrosion, restoring surfaces to like-new condition.

Bus Duct Cleaning

Ensure the safety and efficiency of your electrical systems with dry ice blasting for bus duct cleaning. Say goodbye to dust and debris buildup, reducing the risk of electrical fires and improving system performance.

Keep your piping systems flowing smoothly with dry ice blasting. Our method effectively removes scale, rust, and other buildup, preventing clogs and ensuring efficient operation.
Exhaust Fans
Ensure optimal ventilation and air quality with dry ice blasting for exhaust fans. Our process removes grease, dirt, and buildup, improving fan performance and reducing fire hazards.
Walls and Ceilings

Refresh your facility’s walls and ceilings with dry ice blasting. Our gentle yet powerful method removes dirt, stains, and coatings, revitalizing surfaces without damage.

Freezers & Coils
Maintain the efficiency of your refrigeration systems with dry ice blasting for freezers and coils. Our process removes ice, frost, and debris, ensuring proper cooling and energy savings.
Electric Motor Cleaning
Extend the life of your electric motors with dry ice blasting. Our non-conductive process removes dirt and contaminants, preventing overheating and mechanical failures.
Rust Removal
Eliminate rust and corrosion from metal surfaces with dry ice blasting. Our abrasive-free process effectively removes rust, restoring surfaces to their original condition.
Carbon Removal
Keep equipment and machinery operating at peak performance with dry ice blasting for carbon removal. Our method removes carbon deposits, improving efficiency and reducing emissions.

See Dry Ice Blasting In Action

We were at a national cargo delivery facility and they needed the lift gate prepped for paint. This is years of rust build up. We were able to get the surface rust off and with a quick applicator change we cleaned off even the thickest stuck on rust.
Dry Ice Works was honored to clean the escalators at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan, in preparation for the 2019 North American International Auto Show. Dry Ice Works used three dry ice blast machines and had five crew members on site for three days to clean four escalators which was just shy of 300 steps.
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We cleaned exhaust soot from hi-los that go through a vestibule that goes from an unrefrigerated into a refrigerated cold-storage food facility. The soot from the hi-los exhaust had covered the exhaust fan, ceiling, and walls in this “pass-through.” When we started the cleaning, it was so bad that we did not even know that the exhaust fan was there!

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We cleaned a diamond-plated floor grating that had buildup of oil and grease. Walking on it was becoming very slippery, but it was close to machinery that they did not want to get wet, so power washing was not an option.

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A painting company painted over mold, and as you can see, the mold bled through the paint. We were not tasked with taking the paint off per se, we were trying to get the mold off the wood.


These are just a few of the commonly asked questions about dry ice blasting for facility cleaning. If you have any specific questions or would like to learn more about how dry ice blasting can benefit your business, please contact us.

What are some common applications of dry ice cleaning in facilities?

Common applications of dry ice cleaning in facilities include cleaning production equipment, conveyor belts, tanks, pipes, floors, walls, ceilings, overhead structures, electrical panels, HVAC systems, and more. It is also used for mold remediation, graffiti removal, and odor elimination.

What types of facilities can benefit from dry ice cleaning?

Dry ice cleaning can benefit a wide range of facilities, including manufacturing plants, warehouses, food processing facilities, automotive plants, printing facilities, power generation plants, historical sites, and more. It is suitable for cleaning various surfaces such as metal, concrete, wood, plastic, rubber, and glass.

How does dry ice cleaning compare to traditional cleaning methods for facility maintenance?

Dry ice cleaning offers several advantages over traditional cleaning methods such as manual scrubbing, solvent cleaning, abrasive blasting, and chemical cleaning. It is faster, more thorough, and less abrasive, making it ideal for removing stubborn residues and contaminants without damaging the facility’s surfaces or equipment. View Comparison Chart

Can dry ice cleaning be used to clean sensitive equipment and electronics in facilities?

Yes, dry ice cleaning can be safely used to clean sensitive equipment and electronics in facilities, including control panels, electrical enclosures, machinery, conveyor belts, and more. The non-conductive nature of dry ice and the controlled pressure of the cleaning process make it suitable for cleaning delicate components without causing damage.

Does dry ice cleaning leave behind any residue?

No, dry ice cleaning leaves behind no secondary waste or residue. The solid CO2 pellets sublimate upon impact, converting directly from a solid to a gas, leaving the cleaned surfaces dry and residue-free. This eliminates the need for additional cleanup or rinsing after the cleaning process.

How does dry ice cleaning help improve facility hygiene and safety?

By removing built-up residues, dirt, grease, and contaminants from facility surfaces and equipment, dry ice cleaning helps maintain a clean and hygienic environment. Clean facilities are less prone to slips, trips, falls, and workplace accidents, leading to improved safety for employees and visitors. View All Benefits

Is dry ice cleaning suitable for preventive maintenance in facilities?

Yes, dry ice cleaning is an effective preventive maintenance solution for facilities. Regular cleaning with dry ice blasting helps prevent the buildup of residues, dirt, and contaminants, reducing the risk of equipment failure, downtime, and costly repairs. It also helps maintain facility cleanliness, hygiene, and compliance with industry standards.

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