Dry ice blasting has allowed many aviation companies in Australia to reduce their cleaning costs dramatically, as it is faster, more effective, and less damaging than traditional cleaning methods. In addition, the fear of electrical problems during traditional cleaning processes isn’t present with dry ice cleaning, as it is a non-conductive, dry method. Dry ice blasting can be used in preparation of painting or repairs, and it can also be used on landing gear systems and engine bay covers, and to remove brake dust and other soils present during maintenance. Non-toxic, environmentally friendly, and economically viable, dry ice blasting can create dramatic savings in labor hours, and significantly cut down on the amount of hazardous materials produced.


  • AnthonyAnthony

    Removing glue from our rollers was a breeze for Subzero. The roller was cleaned in 3hrs and now runs like a dream. Thanks to your guys!

  • DanielDaniel

    I wish your guys were here everyday!

  • ScottScott

    I used Subzero at a previous company, and we were very impressed with the results. Minimal clean up, and we could do it while the factory was running ...