Makua Valley (Island of Oʻahu)
(CO2) pellets to clean industrial equipment, facilities, HVAC, electrical and more. Upon impact, the pellets become gas that quickly expands to nearly 800 times the pellets’ original volume. Shocked by the extreme cold blast, residues including ink, glue, paint, food, rubber, mold, dirt, grease, oil, and other contaminants crack at the microlevel and are lifted away by the expanding pressures. The gas then dissipates, leaving clean, dry surfaces without producing hazardous waste, and without corrosion or abrasion. The cleaning and drying processes occur simultaneously, making dry ice blasting a safer, faster, and more economical solution than traditional cleaning methods. By using reclaimed liquid CO2 from industry to create dry ice, dry ice blasting is a carbon neutral process, adding no secondary waste steam or CO2 to the environment.
Our customer list includes the U. S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVAC), the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Department of Defense.
DUNS No. / 831767392
Cage Code / 5T3N9
Primary NAICS Code / 561790 /
Other Services to Buildings and Dwellings
Point of Contact / Keoni K. Ford
Phone / 808.554.9247
Email / email@example.com
86122 Kakaiapola Street
Waianae, Hawaii 96792-33024
Using dry ice blasting, DIBSHAWAII, LLC provides innovative solutions to complex cleaning problems where water, grit media, and surface contamination are of concern. Dry ice blasting uses compressed air to accelerate solid carbon dioxide