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Cold Jet

Cold Jet


1731 Zellik

Cold Jet® has two distinct lines of business centered around the use of dry ice. We provide environmental cleaning, surface preparation and parts finishing systems to global manufacturing industries. These systems utilize particles of dry ice as a blasting medium.

Secondly, we produce systems for the production, metering and packaging of dry ice. These systems enable the consistent production of a controlled range of dry ice products for food transportation, cold chain management and dry ice cleaning. Customers are using our technology-based solutions to replace outdated processes that are inefficient and harmful to health and safety.

For more information, visit www.coldjet.com or call +32 13 539 547.


Product news

  • Cold Jet presents new revolutionary dry ice blaster, the PCS® 60, during the K 2019

    Cold Jet® – the global leader in dry ice technology – presents Cold Jet’s revolutionary new PCS 60 at K 2019 in Düsseldorf, Germany (Hall 10, Booth 10D48). The machine represents the pinnacle of dry ice blasting technology and will set the standard for dry ice blasting machines for years to come.

    “Cold Jet is proud to introduce the PCS 60 to the global marketplace,” said Gene Cooke III, President and CEO, Cold Jet. “The machine is the highest performing dry ice blaster available and features many technological advancements that are firsts in our industry. The PCS 60 continues Cold Jet’s tradition of leading the way and guiding our industry forward.”

    The PCS 60 features Cold Jet’s patented Particle Control System™ (PCS). The PCS precisely cuts dry ice into diamond shaped particles in the exact dimensions chosen by the operator (3mm to 0.3mm and 28 sizes in between). This allows the user to have a greater degree of versatility in their cleaning applications. With the PCS, a plastics processor can use one machine to clean many types of surfaces, such as the surface of injection molds, deburring and deflashing, to cleaning injection screws. Previously, a facility would need multiple machines with different aggression level capabilities to clean each.

    “The PCS 60 is a game changer for plastics processors that need to improve OEE Availability, Quality and Performance Scores, all while lowering costs, extending the life of their tooling, and improving worker environment and safety. Our industry has never had one, smart, machine with the ability to adapt the cleaning process to so many different applications in plastics and rubber molding,” said Steve Wilson, Global Business Unit Manager – Plastics, Rubber & Composites, Cold Jet.