Q1: What is a dry ice machine?

A1: A dry ice machine is a piece of equipment specifically designed to produce dry ice by rapidly cooling and compressing liquid carbon dioxide so that it condenses into solid dry ice.

Q2: What are the uses of dry ice?

A2: Dry ice has the characteristics of low temperature, no residue, no moisture, etc. It is widely used in food refrigeration, medical transportation, dry ice cleaning and other fields.

Q3: How to choose a suitable dry ice machine?

A3: When choosing a dry ice machine, you need to consider factors such as production capacity, dry ice type (pellet, block), use scenarios, and communication with the manufacturer to get a customized solution.

Q4: What are the storage conditions of dry ice?

A4: Dry ice should be stored in sealed, insulated containers at low temperatures to avoid its rapid evaporation.

Q5: Does dry ice produce fumes?

A5: Yes, dry ice will rapidly convert to carbon dioxide gas when in contact with air and produce a white smoke effect.

Q6: What is the rate of dissolution of dry ice?

A6: The dissolution rate of dry ice depends on the environmental conditions and the way of use, generally, the dry ice block can be dissolved completely within 24 hours.

Q7: Can dry ice be reused?

A7: Dry ice is a consumable product and once dissolved, it cannot be solidified into dry ice again. Dry ice needs to be re-prepared as needed.

Q8: How do I purchase a dry ice machine?

A8: You can contact the dry ice machine manufacturer or supplier for product specifications, price and after-sales service, and make a purchase decision based on your actual needs.

Q9: What does the after-sales service of dry ice machine include?

A9: After-sales service for dry ice machines usually includes equipment installation instruction, operation training, technical support and maintenance. Make sure you clarify the specifics and duration of after-sales service with your supplier.

Q10: How do I contact my dry ice machine supplier for after-sales support?

A10: You can contact your supplier for after-sales support via email, phone or online customer service. The supplier will usually provide contact information to facilitate communication and assist in resolving issues.