MAX 10 BAR
Ice Cleaner IC 110 E Product features
Ice Cleaner IC 110 E
Dry ice blaster made wholly in stainless steel
Continuous operating pressure control, pellet quantity control with a consumption indicator
With two robust castors,
a support and a removable handle
Plastic nozzle RN-10-06
Round nozzle suitable for a wide range of uses
Blasting hose (5 m)
With a blasting gun IG 10-E
To prevent electrostatic discharges
IC 110 E is a medium ICS professional ice blaster designed for pressures of 10 bar or less which delivers exceptional cleaning performance while maintaining costs of the cleaning process at a minimum level.
The design predetermines the device for businesses’ in-house machine, device, tool or mould maintenance applications.
The machine is characterised by unique compressed air consumption, starting at 0.3 m3/min, which makes the unit an unrivalled device in its class. This dry ice blaster has a patented dosing system with continuous pellet feed control and a digital consumption indicator with a range up to 60 kg/hr.
Compressed air control and an anti-clogging system in the hopper are standard features of IC 110 E; the hopper capacity is 17 kg. The IG-10-E ergonomic blasting gun makes it possible to blast even hard-to-reach points; a Flex Fit ball fitting is available as an optional accessory that adds extra flexibility and availability to the cleaning process. As a standard, the machine case is made wholly in stainless steel; and the dimensions and weight of the unit allow easy manoeuvering in operating and manufacturing areas.
Combined with the Flex-Case 2 set of nozzles, IC 110 E will meet even the most demanding customer expectations.
Length: 597 mm
Width: 446 mm
Height: 931 mm
Dry ice: 1 – 60 kg/h
Compressed air : 0.3 m³ – 4.5 m³,
depending on the nozzle combination
Empty machine: 49 kg (without the blasting hose)
- Operating pressure
max 10 bar
- Hopper capacity
Housing: Stainless steel
Compressed air : DIN 3489 claw coupling
Electric: 100 – 240 V, 50 – 60 Hz, CEE 7/4 Typ F
- Noise level
60 – 120 dB – depending on the blasting pressure, nozzle combination and surface to be blasted