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From Cleaning Rags and Solvents to Dry Ice and Air

„Injection molders are focused on achieving more efficiency“. Under this title the K-Newspaper has collected the results from “market radar on injection technology 2019”of the Market research company Research Tools.

Among the interviewed producers of injection molded parts it was made clear that improvement on efficiency is the most important topic. The Swiss specialist on plastic injection molding, Stüdli Plast AG, confirms this trend by investing in dry ice blasting to clean the molds. The switch to this gentle and environmental friendly cleaning method results in a significant reduction of downtime in production.

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Gasworld Conference Kuala Lumpur 3.-5. December 2018

More than 240 delegates from 27 countries (and nearly 60 visitors to the exhibition area) joined the Gasworld Conference at the Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel for the two-day conference, which featured engaging speeches from industry insiders and 39 promotional booths on display.

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ASCO Inc. impressed at Foam Expo with new dry ice blasting portfolio

This year's Foam Expo was all about sustainability, recycling, weight reduction and product optimization when dealing with foam products. In this context, ASCO Inc. presented their renewed range of dry ice blasting machines to an interested audience in Novi, Michigan.

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ASCO provides Coca-Cola supplier Messer BH Gas with a 2 tons/hour CO2 recovery plant

The acquisition of an ASCO CO2 Recovery Plant for natural sources pointed gas supplier Messer BH Gas the way to an exclusive contract for supplying high-quality carbon dioxide to Coca-Cola in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The system, developed by ASCO, recycles CO2 from an earth source and prepares it for further carbonation of the globally popular beverage classic.

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ASCO Inc. exhibits at Foam Expo in Michigan

ASCO Inc. presents its innovative and reliable ASCO dry ice blasting technology at the Foam Expo in Novi, Michigan, taking place from March 6-8, 2018. Many surfaces and moulds of all kinds can be cleaned efficiently and gently with the help of ASCO dry ice blasting machines.

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ASCO presents high-performance Dry Ice Blasting Unit ASCOJET 2008 Combi Pro

ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD opens the New Year with the launch of a brand new dry ice blasting machine. With this product launch of the ASCOJET 2008 Combi Pro the Swiss Company is in the position of introducing the most powerful dry ice blasting unit currently in ASCO’s product range. The powerful successor to the ASCOJET 2001RX pro combines a powerful double hose system, which can also be used as a one-hose-system, with the option of cleaning with dry ice pellets and the additional abrasive effect of an additive.

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The new ASCOJET 1208 – Easy dry ice blasting

With the launch of the ASCOJET 1208, the Swiss company ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD developed a compact and easy-to-handle dry ice blasting machine, which is suitable for industrial applications.

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Säntis AG counts on ASCO

Based in the Swiss Rüthi, Säntis AG is the market leader in the field of coextruded multilayer films and injection-moulded packaging solutions in the food and non-food sectors. Säntis cleans its injection moulds with a dry ice blasting unit from ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD. This allows the company to clean production tools gentle and efficient and therefore manufacture moulds more cost-effectively.

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ASCO Inc. at Aluminum 2017 in Nashville

On October 25th and 26th, ASCO Carbon Dioxide Inc. exhibited at the Aluminum USA in Nashville, Tennessee. The ASCO dry ice blasting machines impressed the many tradeshow visitors with their several advantages of cleaning.

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ASCO Inc. at International Rubber Expo 2017 in Cleveland

From October 9th to October 12th, ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE INC presented its expanded range of ASCO dry ice blasting machines, to visitors of the 192nd IEC in Cleveland, Ohio. The ASCO dry ice blasting technology allows for efficient, yet gentle cleaning of molds and multiple types of surfaces.

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