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Dry Ice

We can supply you with dry ice
for any need

Dry ice is the solid form of carbon dioxide (CO2). It's called "dry ice" because it does not melt like wet ice. Instead, dry ice converts into carbon dioxide gas. Because dry ice is extremely cold ( -109°F/-78.5°C), non-toxic, and completely dry, it is commonly used as an expendable refrigerant to ship frozen food or medical products or to cool materials during production. The other major use of dry ice is for dry ice blast cleaning, an effective and environmentally friendly way to clean industrial equipment.

As a leading manufacturer of dry ice Jason's Dry Ice provides food grade dry ice to businesses, colleges and universities, and government institutions that rely on a steady supply of high quality dry ice for ongoing operations. All types of dry ice including pellet, standard cuts, custom cuts, and dry ice blasting pellets are available in a wide variety of packaging options.

As a leading manufacturer of dry ice Jason's Dry Ice provides food grade dry ice to businesses, colleges and universities, and government institutions that rely on a steady supply of high quality dry ice for ongoing operations. All types of dry ice including pellet, standard cuts, custom cuts, and dry ice blasting pellets are available in a wide variety of packaging options.

commercial Use

Learn about the major industrial/commercial uses of dry ice and suggested dry ice ordering and shipping practices for each.
Types of Dry Ice

Pellet Dry Ice

Jasons produces three sizes of dry ice pellets - regular, rice, and blasting pellets.

  • Dry Ice Regular Pellets 1/2" diameter
  • Dry Ice Blasting Pellets .039" diameter

Block Dry Ice

Jasons produces dry ice blocks which we typically cut to our customers' specifications. Standard block sizes are shown below.

  • 10x10x12 Full Block
  • 2x5x5 Cut
  • 2x10x10 Cut
  • 1x5x5 Airport Cut

Get Creative with Dry Ice

Dry ice used to cool or freeze any type of food product must comply with food industry regulations. Jasons manufacturing processes ensure that our dry ice is "food grade" for customers in the airline catering, meat processing, food shipping and other industries where the highest sanitary conditions are necessary.

Consumer Use

Jasons offers cut block dry ice and pellet dry ice for sale to consumers.

Learn about how you can use dry ice...

Safe Handling of Dry Ice

Remember these safety precautions when you work with dry ice!

Handling

Dry ice is -109º F, which is cold enough to freeze skin cells causing an injury similar to a burn. Never allow dry ice to come in contact with skin. Always handle dry ice with protective gloves or a towel.

Storage

Dry ice is -109º F, which is cold enough to freeze skin cells causing an injury similar to a burn. Never allow dry ice to come in contact with skin. Always handle dry ice with protective gloves or a towel.

Ventilation

Dry ice converts to carbon dioxide gas. If left in a confined space, the carbon dioxide gas will displace oxygen and present a suffocation hazard. If dry ice has been in a confined space (e.g. a closed car or room) for more than 10 minutes, open the doors and windows before entering or you could experience difficulty breathing. Leave the area immediately if you start to breathe quickly or have any difficulty breathing.

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