Leading Loveland ice blast cleaning technology company launches Aero 40 HP system

Cold Jet, headquartered in Loveland, has just launched is latest ice blast cleaning system - the Aero 40 HP. This high pressure, dry ice system is designed to be an environmentally friendly cleaning alternative for a variety of industries.

"Our Aero Series features the best dry ice blast cleaning technology on the market, and our latest unit improves upon one of our most popular systems by delivering high pressure cleaning capabilities when a more aggressive clean is required," said Cold Jet CEO Gene Cooke.

Cold Jet is a privately held company founded in 1986. It specializes in dry ice blasting and dry ice production cleaning tech and design. The internationally recognized company has more than 100 direct employees and hundreds of contractors worldwide.

Cold Jet systems use high-density dry ice made from reclaimed carbon dioxide for a "non-abrasive, non-conductive, chemical-free, water-free process" designed to clean sensitive equipment without harming its surface.

The cleaning systems are used by a variety of global manufactures, packaging companies, food and aerospace companies including General Electric, Lockheed Martin and Kraft Foods.

"Leveraging our customers' feedback and more than two decades of technology innovation and experience, we are able to continue to meet the needs of businesses across multiple industries," Cooke said.

Inc 5000 named Cold Jet one of the Fastest Private Growing Companies of 2009. That same year, Cold Jet opened a new high-tech machining and manufacturing facility in Milford.

Writer: Feoshia Henderson
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