Uses of Dry Ice Packs

The cooler is a well-insulated box. Dry Ice packs are stored inside this box; items to be chilled are then placed among these packs. There are several advantages of owning these cool boxes: Requires no power points to function; it works without electricity; Commercial quality E.V.A seal to ensure good insulation and excellent sealing properties along with the latches made of high grade stainless steel; Sturdy handles molded into the ice box for ease in carrying and transportation; Secure padlock locking feature for security as well as child safety; The light color reflects sunlight and heat, keeping goods well chilled; boxes are compatible for use with dry ice packs for maximum ice retention; High quality Polyethylene protects boxes from the suns powerful UV rays; The Insulation is free of CFC’s, making the boxes eco-friendly; Lightweight, robust and easily transportable.

Their uses include: There are lots of uses for card ice (another name for it) because of its unique properties. Common applications for dry ice are discussed below

  • Doctors use card ice to freeze wart for easy removal, though liquid nitrogen can also be used for the same purpose. It is also used to keep bone marrow frozen when it is shipped.
  • If you have a broken refrigerator, it can be used as an alternative to keep the contents in your freezer frozen.
  • It can also be used for speeding up the growth of plants. Use dry ice to improve the growth rate of plants by keeping them in close proximity with the plants. This is due to its unique ability to turn directly to carbon dioxide which is very important for growth in plants.
  • Fishing or Hunting – Preserve your trophy animal by putting dry ice at the bottom of your cooler and covering it with paper while you place your trophy on top. You want to avoid direct contact between ice and your trophy as this can cause great damage.
  • For Processing Fresh Meat – It is used in the industry for processing perishable items like ground meats and sausages.