Wheel difference for dry ice container

Wheel difference for dry ice container

Wheel difference for dry ice container Picture1 ---others Picture2 ---Magicball dry ice storage container Picture 1 ,this wheels are not good. Especially when there are some belts, ropes, tec. on the scene, it is easy to get stuck.

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Dry ice cleaning- Clean tire mold

Dry ice cleaning- Clean tire mold

Clean tire mold -----Dry ice cleaning This item can clean tire mold very clearly. it is the best cost-effective cleaning machine.

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Dry ice storage container are exported to uk.

Dry ice storage container are exported to uk.

Today we export dry ice containers to UK. This customer used to purchase from US. But the price is too expensive. So they very happy to find our factory. Can give them the good products with good quality and best price.

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dry ice blasting---NZ

dry ice blasting---NZ

Dry Ice Blasting is gaining popularity in milk powder factories as the Dairy Food industry learns that you can clean without water/moisture - pathogen control 101! Dairy plant operators in NZ are welcome to message Magicball for more information.

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Good feedback with dry ice machine

Good feedback with dry ice machine

Maybe you can't believe what i said . But the customer said that the dry ice machine is good, please be sure to believe. In China, it is not easy to find a reputable manufacturer and a friend who can serve you with whole heart. Magicba

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Dry ice block machine sharp-YGBJ-100-1

Dry ice block machine sharp-YGBJ-100-1

Dry ice block machine sharp-YGBJ-100-1 can make dry ice size 0.5-1kg. Production capacity: 120-185kg per hour.

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Magicball dry ice block machine purchase by India

Magicball dry ice block machine purchase by India

India customer vist our factory and do business with our dry ice block machine,dry ice blasting and dry ice storage container

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Basic principles of dry ice cleaning

Basic principles of dry ice cleaning

Step 1 , the dry ice particles in the high-pressure air to accelerate to nearly the speed of sound impact surface to be cleaned , instantly vaporized in the impact , the momentum of the impact of dry ice instantly disappear , dry ice particles and clean t

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Dry ice History

Dry ice History

It is generally accepted that dry ice was first observed in 1835 by French inventor Adrien-Jean-Pierre Thilorier (1790-1844), who published the first account of the substance.[

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Dry ice Applications

Dry ice Applications

The most common use of dry ice is to preserve food,[1] using non-cyclic refrigeration. It is frequently used to package items that need to remain cold or frozen, such as ice cream or biological samples, without the use of mechanical cooling, and medical

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