Types of Dry Ice

Dry ice is the solid form of carbon dioxide, at – 109.3 ˚F, it offers a lower temperature than water ice, longer holding times and requires no clean-up.  Due to these unique properties, it has a wide variety of commercial uses in several different industries.

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CUSTOM SIZE BLOCKS & CUTS ARE AVAILABLE