Foul storms are no fun for either industrial companies or people in their homes. While there are plenty of ways that a spring or summer storm can dampen one’s day, one of the most common is a power outage. An outage can be devastating, causing valuable items to perish quickly. Dry Ice Corp. can help, giving both industrial and residential goods a chance to stay fresh.
Commercial Emergency Needs
If a power outage occurs at your industrial business, you may need prompt emergency refrigeration for valuable goods. One should already have an emergency plan in place and check up on the weather forecast to prepare for a possible outage. Dry Ice Corp. offers dry ice refrigeration and portable refrigeration to industrial businesses.
You can also create an account in their Emergency Dry Ice Refrigeration Program, which will give you 24/7 access to discounted dry ice refrigeration. You will have Dry Ice Corp.’s emergency phone numbers so you can reach out right away as well as an estimate on how much dry ice you might need in an emergency. Dry Ice Corp. has six locations throughout the Northeast United States, one of which is Baltimore, Maryland.
They do not guarantee that they can deliver dry ice refrigeration to you immediately or that your goods will not experience contamination whatsoever. However, they do guarantee that they will reply to your call within two hours and update you on dry ice availability.
Residential Emergency Needs
A huge concern for homeowners during a power outage is how they can keep their perishable food fresh without refrigeration. Food can only last about 4 hours in the fridge without power, and food in the freezer can last up to 48 hours. Filling out your fridge with full bottles of water can insulate and keep perishables chilled for longer, but there is a better way to ensure long-term coldness.
Call Dry Ice Corp., and they will supply you with Non-Mechanical Dry Ice Refrigeration. Insulating the dry ice packets with newspaper or a cloth, store them above items in the freezer and below items in the refrigerator. Never let dry ice touch glass shelving and never handle with your bare hands. Place about 1.5 pounds of dry ice per cubic foot. Each pound costs only a little over $1, so pricing is fair and well worth it. During a power outage, call Dry Ice Corp!
Dry Ice For All 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, Pinterest, and Twitter.