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2011-07-21 07:17:04
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Dry ice is made when carbon dioxide (CO2) gas is compressed in a high-pressure container until it liquefies. Upon the release of pressure, some of the liquid turns into gas that cools some of the liquid into its solid state in the form of dry ice.

There are also portable dry ice makers available.Certain dry ice makers are capable of producing 1 lb-blocks of dry ice within a minute. Portable dry ice makers also don't occupy so much space since they are usually attached to CO2 containers and are not huge floor standing equipment. So allocating space for this equipment isn't a problem.

Check link below for more information on dry ice and dry ice makers.

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