Aerospace and Defence

Aircraft Building and Maintenance

With dry ice blasting, moulds can be cleaned more regularly, which can help reduce rejected products. Cleaning aircraft wings before painting can easily be achieved with dry ice cleaning.

While plastic hand scrapers can be tedious and time consuming, dry ice blasting allows cleaning to be done quickly and efficiently.


Dry ice blasting is the perfect cleaning method for removing dust and burnt rubber can often accumulate on runway lighting systems. As a non-abrasive cleaning method, dry ice blasting allows for the cleaning of delicate components. Electrical switchboards on machinery and vehicles can be cleaned without damage.

Cleaning Radomes

Cleaning aircraft radomes can be a difficult process. With dry ice blasting paint and stencil markings can easily be removed. Contaminants can be removed without damage to equipment.