Industry Overview: Contract Cleaning

Less Time, Improved Clean = More Profits

A Faster, Better Clean.

Contract cleaners worldwide tackle a multitude of cleaning applications. The time efficiency and cleaning effectiveness of dry ice blast cleaning enables them to grow their business and increase profit.

Hailstorm’s contract cleaning customers find success with their Hailstorm system in the printing, utility, plastics and general manufacturing industries as well as in historical restoration and disaster (smoke, fire, water) remediation. The contractor no longer has to spend countless man-hours sanding, scraping or scrubbing with solvents. In addition, there is no secondary waste, allowing additional time and clean-up cost savings.

Hailstorm’s contract cleaning customers are able to take on more projects and increase profits because of the reliability and speed dry ice blasting systems provide. The Hailstorm systems not only save on cleaning time, but also allow the contractor to save money as they use less ice and air than any other blasting system on the market.

Applications

  • Production Lines
  • Weld Lines
  • Printing
  • Utilities / Power Generation
  • Facility Maintenance
  • Disaster Remediation (Mold, Smoke, Fire, Water)
  • Historical Restoration
  • Transportation

Key Benefits

  • Reduce Cleaning Time (up to 80%)
  • Clean in-place, no cool-down or disassembly
  • Non-conductive
  • Non-abrasive
  • Eliminate media entrapment
  • No secondary waste
  • Increase operator safety
  • Environmentally responsible process

Discover Hailstorm

Contact Hailstorm today to speak with an industry expert and choose the best cleaning solution for your application. Call 619-540-5731 or email us at info@hailstormsolutions.com to learn more.

Hailstorm vs traditional cleaning methods.

Cleaning Method No Secondary Waste Non-Conductive Non-Toxic * Non-Abrasive
Dry Ice Blasting
Sand Blasting *
Soda Blasting *
Water Blasting *
Hand Tools
Solvents/Chemicals
* Upon contact, traditional blasting materials become contaminated when used to clean hazardous substances and objects. These blasting materials are then classified as toxic waste and require appropriate safe disposal.

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