• In which drinks can it be used?

    It doesn’t matter the type of drink. It can be both spirits and non-alcoholic drinks. In both cases, the effects will be equally spectacular.

  • How can dry ice be purchased?

    Dry ice can be ordered either online, from this website, or by phone at 0764.99.88.77. We also have several payment methods that will surely suit your needs.

  • Where can it be used?

    Parties – dry ice is very often used at various special events because it provides a unique physical phenomenon, the so-called “heavy smoke”. This is the result of the ice contacting the surrounding environment. The very large difference in temperature leads to the formation of a real blanket of heavy smoke.

    Food industry – dry ice can be used very effectively in the process of preserving food of any type. It has been proven to be the best method of preserving meat, as it does not alter its taste and properties at all.

    Sandblasting – this chemical compound is also used to clean hard surfaces of any kind, from metal to glass, being considered the most ecologically efficient method of doing such a technological process.

    Transport and storage of biological samples – dry ice can be used very effectively by medical laboratories or testing centers to transport biological samples or any other compounds that need to be kept at extremely low temperatures.

  • What is the loss of dry ice?

    Ice loss is around 15% per day, which is about 2 to 3 kilograms of ice lost daily for a standard 18 kilogram box. This indicates that over the course of a day, a significant amount of ice evaporates, thus influencing the total amount available for use. It’s important to note that this percentage can vary depending on ambient conditions, such as outside temperature and sun exposure, as well as the time it takes for the ice to be delivered.

  • How should this kind of ice be handled?

    Under no circumstances should any part of the body come into direct contact with the dry ice. That is why it is very important that it is handled with special tools (tongs, isothermal gloves).

  • What is Dry Ice?

    Dry ice (or carbonic snow) is a chemical compound, known as the solid form of carbon dioxide. It is a colorless and odorless compound, presenting risk of ignition or toxiinfection, as food being totally harmless. At the time of carbon sublimation, the temperature of dry ice is -78.5° C. It leaves no trace in glasses or in containers in which it is stored.