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Category Archives: Dry Ice Safety

Dry Ice for a Power Outage

Written on January 22, 2016 at 1:05 pm, by

As we weather the storm in the south and it heads for the east coast, it is a good time to revisit how to keep food safe in the event of a power outage. Being prepared is important not only for comfort, but also in keeping the food already in the home safe for consumption.  Continue Reading »

This 4th Of July – Focus On Safety

Written on July 3, 2014 at 8:37 am, by

For most Americans, 4th of July is a summer holiday associated with baseball, hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill, homemade potato salad, and fireworks. This year, Continental Carbonic would like to focus on our employees’ and our customers’ safety – while working and enjoying the holiday. Continental Carbonic has made a big effort over  Continue Reading »

Continental Carbonic’s Halloween Dry Ice Safety Tips

Written on October 18, 2013 at 11:03 am, by

Halloween is a fun time of year to experiment with dry ice to create a multitude of spooky recipes and effects such as witches brews, crawling bubbles and spooky pumpkins. Dry ice can be dangerous if handled improperly. Please follow these safety tips when handling dry ice this Halloween season: Do Not Touch Dry ice  Continue Reading »

Maximize Your Dry Ice Blasting Experience with Proper Air Hoses and Fittings.

Written on July 29, 2013 at 11:09 am, by

As you prepare to begin dry ice blasting, ensuring you have the proper air hoses and fittings will lead to a better blasting experience.  A bad hose or improper fitting can lead to poor performance or even injury. Below are several tips to make certain your dry ice blasting experience is safe and efficient. Safety  Continue Reading »

Dry Ice Safety

Written on May 28, 2013 at 9:34 am, by

When handling dry ice, there are a few basic guidelines that should be followed for optimal safety. Dry ice should never be ingested and should be kept out of the reach of children. At -109◦ F dry ice has extreme cooling power!  Exposure to unprotected skin can leave a burn without the appropriate safety measures.   Continue Reading »