WHAT IT IS
Dry ice blasting provides a quicker and more effective cleaning process and reduces the risk of unplanned production downtime.
Meet Jim Galuszka, Owner
Jim has been involved in the automotive industry for more than 25 Years. Jim worked as an automotive technician for 20 years in a variety of different dealerships. Jim also spent another 20 years working in the oil and gas industry as a journeyman repair technician working on CNC machines.
Jim then had the opportunity to train and learn the art of dry ice cleaning and restoration. Jim takes the time and has an eye for detail which is imperative in this type of work. It is his goal to return your vehicle to you in better condition than when it arrived at my shop. Jim prides himself on treating every vehicle like it were his own.
Jim Galuszka brings that knowledge with him to dry ice restoration technology. He began his dry ice cleaning business in 2020 and opened his own shop in 2021. Jim is meticulous in his handling and workmanship on every project he undertakes. Your vehicle or project is in the best hands possible
Dry ice is formed from recaptured emissions. When using the Dry ice blasting process, there is no water to reclaim, no solvents or other chemicals involved, no heat, and no media or other secondary waste to clean up or contain. The process eliminates the use of water that contributes to the growth of mold and/or bacteria.
Dry ice blast cleaning achieves a superior clean, cleaning better and faster, oftentimes without disassembly and reassembly costs. It cleans hard-to-reach areas that are nearly impossible to clean otherwise and provides a clean, dry, and prepared surface for re-coating. Dry ice cleaning is aggressive enough to clean difficult surfaces and sensitive enough to clean delicate equipment.
Dry ice restoration can reduce downtime, in part because the process oftentimes allows for equipment to be cleaned in place. More-thorough and scheduled cleaning reduces the likelihood of unexpected breakdowns and lost production time.
Lessen Environmental Hazards
Dry ice blasting eliminates the expense and the hazards of chemical cleaning while avoiding costly environmental clean-up requirements.
- No Water
- No Chemicals
- Safe for the environment
- Safe for equipment