AUTOMOTIVE PRESERVATION THROUGH COMMUNITY AND TECHNOLOGY
Find A Dry Ice Cleaner
Are you looking for a provider to Dry Ice Clean your collector or exotic car? DRYCE®Nation has providers across the US, Canada and beyond. Our members have access to the best techniques, training and equipment to ensure the best outcome for your project
Start a Business
Dry Ice Cleaning has captured the automotive scene and DRYCE® is the only comprehensive Automotive Dry Ice Cleaning community on the planet. If you want to start a Dry Ice Cleaning business, we have all the answers to all your questions, from what machines and equipment to training and techniques. But beyond that, what sets DRYCE® apart is a community of members that can help answer the most basic of business questions, like how to start an LLC, to renting a facility or what accounting software to use.
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Buy A Machine
Power and Control is the key attribute necessary for the right Dry Ice Cleaning machine. At DRYCE®, we have partnered with ICS to deliver a line of Dry Ice Blasters that have control with simplicity and robustness necessary for the automotive market.
How it Works
The impact of Dry Ice particles removes contamination from the surface
There is a rapid freeze and thaw of the both the particle and the surface which pops the contamination off.
Dry Ice expands over 800 times when it hits the surface and sublimates removing contaminants on contact
While many in the dry ice blasting business have come before us, until we further refined the process and methods beginning May of 2019, it simply wasn’t effective enough for most discerning vehicle owners.
In the air and eventually on every horizontal surface surrounding the work! Including the floor of course.
Yes, our process of Dry Ice Cleaning is safe on many surfaces and environmentally friendly. The materials we clean off drop to the floor and can be swept up and disposed of properly.
While each project and car are different and providers set their own pricing, in general, under car cleaning starts at $2,000. Most of our cleaners work on an hourly rate and can work with you on your project goals and budget.
Generally, you will need a dry ice blasting machine, high performance compressed air system, compressed air dryer, vehicle lift and various light mechanical tools to remove wheels, panels and other simple parts of cars.
- DRYCE® (www.drycenation.com) is a community formed to facilitate entrepreneurs who wish to startup automotive dry ice businesses
- DRYCE® is not a franchise, it’s a community where members contribute both funding and time to pool knowledge and resources to ensure new dry ice cleaning businesses are effective and successful
- We collectively advertise to bring information to the publicabout dry ice and feature our members are fully trained and knowledgeable aboutproper dry ice cleaning techniques
ICS 410S Plus Dry Ice Cleaning System
The first Dry Ice Machine specifically designed for Automotive Dry Ice Cleaning. Dryce and ICS partnered to make a machine with ulitimate power AND control in a simple design. No fancy electronics to fail, or motors that aren't needed, the ICS 410S is all business. Some of the special features include:
-Up to 232 PSI and 4.4lbs / min of dry ice volume
-Stainless steel hopper and grinding wheels
-Patented no freeze ice management and feeding system
-Mechanical control of particle size
-Insulated hopper with 55lb capacity
-Stable design that is easy to manuever
If you are serious about production-level dry ice cleaning, this is the only machine you should consider.
ICS IC 030 Evo II Dry Ice Cleaning System
The ICS IC 030 Evo II Dry Ice Cleaning System is the newest, latest generation of dry ice cleaning from ICS. Our friend and dry ice expert, Scott Ales, worked with ICS to create a machine that is incredibly versatile. You now have control of the consumption rate and size of the dry ice pellets that shoot out of the gun (fraction control).
The Evo II can clean extremely delicate surfaces as well as clean the underside of cars. To get the most out of this machine, you will need a pretty heavy-duty air compressor. If you need help sourcing one, reach out to us, and we can help or have Scott contact you.
The Evo II needs to be plugged into an outlet because it has a motor that feeds the dry ice from the hopper into the air line. Don't worry, any 15 A outlet will work. One benefit of this is this machine is much smoother and doesn't pulsate like the ICS Evo.
Unlike the Evo, the Evo II feeds the dry ice pellets directly into the air stream. This means that there is a lot less loss of energy from the dry ice. This equates to more efficient cleaning.
If you are serious about dry ice cleaning, this is the machine you need.