Dry Ice is the frozen form of Carbon Dioxide and can be very harmful if the proper safety precautions are not followed. While it is well-known for its use in effective cold storage and science experiments, there are other, more unique, ways that dry ice is used in the modern day. However, we highly advise you to check out our informative safety guide before handling dry ice.
Dry Ice is an excellent way of preserving biological samples while they are being shipped from one place to another. However, dry ice is also used in an actual medical procedure: wart removal. Doctors apply the dry ice to the area of concern and its chilling temperature allows the wart to loosen and subsequently fall off of the patient’s skin.
Pest Repellent And Removal
Dry Ice can be very useful in defeating the pesky, antagonists of your fun, summer evenings: mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are known to be attracted carbon dioxide, thus simply by placing dry ice near a mosquito trap, you can enjoy more time outdoors at night without those bothersome insects. Dry Ice has even recently been utilized as a cost-effective and efficient way of solving the overpopulation issue of disease-carrying rats in urban cities across the US.
Believe it or not, dry ice is a very effective way of removing dents out of metal. When doing so, it is smart to wrap the dry ice in a cloth to avoid any contact with the actual metal. Once wrapped, you can slowly move the ice in circular motions on the damaged area. The frigid temperatures of the dry ice cause the metal to contract, thus releasing the dent altogether! It is worth noting that while this method is very effective, it may take up to 20 minutes to complete.
Dry Ice for All of Your Needs
Dry Ice Corp is the largest regional supplier of dry ice and related products in the Northeastern United States. Our dry ice is fresh and delivered right to your doorstep. We are happy to help you determine the best way to ship your goods, whether you have a huge amount of cookies or a single pie, and help you select the perfect amount of dry ice for the job. Give us a call at (201) 767-3200 or contact us online for a quote. To connect with us online, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and Twitter.