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Cryogenic Deflashing – How It Works

Cryogenic Deflashing offers a modern approach to remove flash from your parts created during the molding process. The process removes flash from parts via tumbling and blasting of fine, polycarbonate media in a cold atmosphere. By subjecting the parts to cold temperatures, the flash becomes brittle and is easily removed when the media comes across […]

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August Discounts: 5% Off All Cold Jet Nozzles!

          (Picture Above From Left to Right: Cold Jet 110V.6 -Low Flow; Cold Jet 507S2; Cold Jet 307A90H.8) To those of you who are looking to increase your Cold Jet Blaster’s cleaning capabilities, now is a great time to do so! Through the month of August 2013, Cold Jet NE will […]

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Deburring Polypropylene Medical Parts: A Tough Job Made Easy

                Polypropylene is an exceptionally hard plastic with a high tolerance to heat. Due to these properties, polypropylene is a popular material within the medical equipment industry. Its robustness allows it to withstand the high temperature steam applied in an autoclave, a sterilization machine used in settings in […]

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Nitrofreeze Technicians Blast AR Metallizing LTD

  Last Tuesday, the Nitrofreeze Dry Ice Blasting technicians took a trip out to Franklin, MA to begin a project at AR Metallizing LTD (a metallized paper plant.) Though you may have not noticed it, metallized paper can be found on many product labels. If you drink Mike’s Hard Lemonade, you have enjoyed it from […]

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Just Like New! Nitrofreeze Blasts Overhead Conveyor in HVAC Facility.

Last week Nitrofreeze brought their dry ice blasting equipment, technicians, and accessories to Cranston, Rhode Island during the 4th of July shutdown, to come to the aid of a company which specializes in residential and commercial HVAC system applications. Over the years, their overhead conveyor line had built up layers of paint from overspray resulting […]

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