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Dry Ice can keep your food and ice frozen for extended periods of time
Dry Ice can be used to freeze your game and eliminate spoilage due to heat and improper transport. meats and seafood will stay fresher and safer for your family and friends. To prevent freezer burn make sure the dry cie does not come in driect contact with the food.
Keeping items frozen while shipping
A proper container and safety comes first, but nothing does the job better.
Transport and store ice cream and frozen foods during long shopping trips in summer and spring. enjoy ice cream at the beach on vacation, on a picnic, at a community block party, a pool party or school events.
Dry ice can provide opportunities for your outing that you may not even have considered!
Prolong the life of your wet ice. Place dry ice in the bottom of your cooler, cover completely with wet ice and pack your cooler as normal. The cooler will keep items cold for approximately 3 or 4 days.
To freeze products, place dry ice on top of the items to be frozen to cool products, place dry ice on bottom of cooler, cover with insulation material or wet ice, then place food and beverages on top. Product should never come in contact with dry ice!
Take those little buggers out with dry ice!
To remove a small population of bed bugs or test to see if any are present, you can build an inexpensive trap, using 2-3 pounds of dry ice , a plastic pet food bowl, an insulated jug, tape, fabric, and talcum powder. This is best done at night when you can douse the lights in the room, as bed bugs prefer the dark.
Keep insects at bay!
Dry ice also is good for insect control at outdoor barbecues. Place dry ice at outer perimeter of a designated area, dry ice attracts mosquitoes, bees, knats, etc., keeping you insect free while you enjoy your day outdoor.
Q: What is dry ice?
A: Dry ice is the solid form of carbon dioxide (CO2). It is colorless, tasteless, odorless gas found in our atmosphere.
Q: How is dry ice stored?
A: Dry ice should be stored in an insulated container. The thicker the insulation, the slower it will sublimate. Depending on the climate and thickness of the container, typical dry ice sublimation is approximately 2% to 10% a day.
Q: What are some applications for dry ice?