ASCOJET dry ice blasting technology from ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD has been used for efficient, cost-effective and gentle cleaning of different surfaces in numerous industries for years. Oliver Lucas is owner of CAR FORCE – Autopflege (Berlin/Germany) and explains in subsequent interview why his company bets on ASCOJET when it comes to clean high-priced luxury cars.
For a non-profit purpose: Thanks to ASCO and WISAG a historic steam locomotive shines in new splendour
ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD is based in Romanshorn (Switzerland) and a solution provider in the wide field of CO2 and dry ice technology. The Swiss company offers a wide range of ASCOJET dry ice blasting units which allow a gentle and highly efficient cleaning for countless surfaces. Recently, ASCO and WISAG Production Services GmbH in Donaueschingen used the ASCOJET cleaning method for letting blaze a historic steam locomotive in the brilliance of past glories.
HÜTTENES-ALBERTUS is a leading international manufacturer of chemical products for use in all established coremaking and mouldmaking processes in foundries. In cooperation with ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD, a full service provider in the wide range of CO2 and dry ice blasting technology, new knowledge regarding the removal of coatings of moulds while using dry ice and combination blasting should be obtained. The aim is to pass forward a complete application package containing the gained know-how to the customer.
HOCHDORF Swiss Nutrition AG reduces CO2 emission thanks to latest CO2 stack gas recovery system from ASCO
The Swiss food maker HOCHDORF Swiss Nutrition AG just started to recover approximately 2,200 tons of CO2 per year and therefore contributes to the reduction of CO2 emissions in Switzerland. This is made possible due to a carbon dioxide stack gas recovery plant from ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD. Using the latest plant technology, CO2 out of exhaust of polluting combustion processes will be recovered and reused profitably which reduces the company´s annual CO2 emissions by 10-15 percent.
The Swiss ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD is exclusive supplier of a CO2 recovery plant for the new major project of Alco Bio Fuel, industrial gas specialist Messer and IJsfabriek Strombeek. Together, the three companies invest about 15 million euros in a new CO2 recovery plant at the Port of Ghent.
With the purchase of a new ASCO CO2 hybrid production plant, one of the most popular food and beverage manufacturers in South Asia, based in Bangladesh, has made a future-proofing investment.
ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD presented its expanded range of ASCOJET dry ice blasting units and thus the new ASCOJET Combi blaster 1708 for the very first time ever at GIFA 2015, 16 to 20 June in Düsseldorf, Germany. The recent machine is equipped with a new developed dosing device which allows the use of an additional blasting material in the dry ice stream. Thanks to this system, customers receive the best combination of gentle cleaning with dry ice pellets and the additional abrasive effect of a carefully selected additive.
To satisfy growing customer needs in an even better way, ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD enhanced its existing Dry Ice Reformer A600R radically and the result is impressive: The ASCO Dry Ice Reformer A700R sets new standards in terms of productivity and reliability in converting dry ice pellets into dry ice blocks.
The new ASCOJET Combi blaster 1708 expands the product portfolio of ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD, based in the Swiss Romanshorn, for the first time ever, to a dry ice blasting technology with abrasive properties. Thus, the company reacts to the ever growing demand for cleaning processes with additives.