Dry Ice: Freeze with ease


Why Dry Ice?

Dry ice gives more than twice the cooling energy per pound than regular water ice and is a great option for keeping things really cold.
We offer blocks or cubes.

At Home

  • Picnics
  • Camping, fishing, and hunting
  • Frozen food transportation
  • Extend the life of wet ice
  • Events


At Work

  • Product deliveries and distribution—ice cream, frozen food, dairy
  • Food storage—chocolate, candy, seafood, meat, and specialty products
  • Pharmaceutical, bio-tech, diagnostic, research, and university storage
  • Maintaining temperature levels for temperature-sensitive products
  • Dry ice blast cleaning
  • Street vending or concession stand use

Ensure You Know How To Properly Handle Dry Ice

  • Dry ice is extremely cold and shouldn’t come in contact with your skin or eyes. Always wear safety goggles and gloves when handling, and keep away from children.
  • Don’t store your dry ice in tightly closed containers as it expands when it changes from a solid to a gas. Storage of dry ice should have proper ventilation, such as a plastic or styrofoam cooler.
  • Never lay down in a dry ice fog. The lack of oxygen can cause asphyxiation.


We specialize in large volume deliveries for all industries