Dry Ice Makers

Photo of Frigimat® Junior Dry Ice Maker
Dry ice flakes are useful for packing around irregularly shaped items and are easily produced as needed with the Frigimat® Junior Dry Ice Maker. A brass nozzle screws onto any LCO2 cylinder equipped with a dip tube (cylinder & dip tube not supplied).  When the cylinder valve is opened about 3/4 turn, LCO2 expands into the bag to create dry ice snow. The valve is then closed and the bag is ready to be removed and emptied. Makes .77kg (1.7 lb) of flakes per bag. The cone is 13cm (5") long x 6 cm (2-5/16") diameter at end. The bag is 15cm wide x 30cm long (6"x12").
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The Frigimat® Dry Ice Maker eliminates the need to buy large quantities of dry ice when only a little is needed. It employs the Joule-Thomson effect to produce a solid 454gm (16 oz) block of dry ice in one to two minutes. A brass relief valve safely vents excess gas. Removing the dry ice block requires just 30 seconds. Each chamber of liquid CO2 will make 8 or 9 blocks of dry ice, each measuring 8.5cm (3-3/8") x 11cm (4-3/8") long. Made of epoxy-coated steel with an aluminum ice chamber and brass valves with four non-skid rubber feet.
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The Economy Frigimat® Dry Ice Maker produces a solid 454gm (16 oz) block of dry ice in one to two minutes. Each chamber of liquid CO2 will make 8 or 9 blocks of dry ice measuring 92mm x 102mm long (3-5/8"x 4"). A polyethylene ice chamber is held in place by a metal clamping mechanism and a porous polyethylene diffusion plate vents excess gas. The unit also features a built-in gas pressure gauge and relief valve. The epoxy-coated steel frame has four non-skid rubber feet to prevent sliding.