Dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide at -109.3°F temperature. Apart from the commerical uses, it is often needed in various recreational purposes. This ice form is highly recommended when you need to keep items frozen or cool but a freezer is not available. Dry ice is colder than regular ice and what makes it so popular is because it goes directly from solid to gaseous state without leaving any puddles of water as residue.
What are most common uses of recreational dry ice?
If you’re looking for dry ice for your next party or outdoor event, we are always at your service.
We have supplies for a wide variety of dry ice including-
- Ice Cubes
- Crushed Ice
- Ice Blocks
A Word of Caution
Make sure to keep it out of children and be careful about handling dry ice. If dry ice comes in contact with skin, it can cause injury similar to that of a burn. Handling the dry ice should be done very carefully by wearing cloth or leather work gloves, oven mitts, or atleast with a bath towel.