Premium Quality Dry Ice For Your Cooling Needs

5735 Ne 2nd Ave.

Miami, FL 33137

USA


(305) 938-0230

Safety and Handling

DO NOT leave Dry Ice unattended around children.

DRY ICE IN COOLERS

  • Protect Your Hands. Oven mitts, leather gloves, or thick hand towels can prevent freezer burn when handling dry ice.
  • Ventilation. Sublimating dry ice gives off a fog (carbon dioxide gas) that can be dangerous if in a confined space. Use dry ice outdoors or in ventilated areas.
  • Fortifier. Dry ice can be used in combination with cubes or blocks of water ice. Solid CO2 will help keep frozen H2O longer.
  • Wrap It. Confine blocks of dry ice in several sheets of newspaper or towels to slow the sublimation process so ice keeps longer.
  • Pack on top. Dry ice can be loaded on top or below food in a cooler. YETI notes food is kept cold longer when dry ice is packed closer to the food.
  • No dead space. When packing a cooler, minimize air pockets to keep dry ice frozen longer. Water, ice or a towel can be used to fill in open spaces in a cooler.
  • Cover the cooler. For maximum chill, store your cooler in shade and cover it with a blanket or sleeping bag.
  • Protect Your Hands. Oven mitts, leather gloves, or thick hand towels can prevent freezer burn when handling dry ice.
  • Ventilation. Sublimating dry ice gives off a fog (carbon dioxide gas) that can be dangerous if confined. Use dry ice outdoors or in ventilated areas.
  • Fortifier. Dry ice can be used in combination with cubes or blocks of water ice. Solid CO2 will help keep frozen H2O longer.
  • Wrap It. Confine blocks of dry ice in several sheets of newspaper or towels to slow the sublimation process so ice keeps longer.
  • Pack on top. Dry ice can be loaded on top or below food in a cooler. YETI notes food is kept cold longer when dry ice is packed closer to the food.
  • No dead space. When packing a cooler, minimize air pockets to keep dry ice frozen longer. Water, ice or a towel can be used to fill in open spaces in a cooler.
  • Cover the cooler. For maximum chill, store your cooler in shade and cover it with a blanket or sleeping bag.
 

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5735 Ne 2nd Ave.

Miami, FL 33137

France

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(305) 938-0230