Rental of blasting equipment

Cold Jet Australia Pty. Ltd. has the largest rental fleet of dry ice blasting equipment in the country. Cold Jet’s robust and patent protected blast systems provide easy operation for the novice, as well as maximum performance and aggression for the experienced user.

Cold Jet encourages potential purchasers to try before they buy. It is the first thing we tell anyone considering using or buying another type of dry ice blaster. Take the time to organise a head-to-head comparison. Dry ice blasters are not all the same. 10 minutes with the worlds best equipment and there will be no doubt which equipment you want as part of your business. We can provide plenty of references of customers who have tried the others and bought the best.

Cold Jet have provided rental equipment and training for over 15 years, we have the experience to be able to quickly pass on the basics for safe and efficient use for a first timer; and with the most experienced contract cleaning team in the country we can also offer you the most detailed advice on specific applications, including time and material estimates.

We have a whole range of equipment, new and old, available for rental. If you are looking for short term rental (weekly) or a longer agreement, call us today to discuss your needs.

Call us now for more information. 1300 COLDJET, +61 2 9600 9570.

A typical rental package would include the Aero 40 dry ice blasting system pictured above, which would be packaged with:

  • One length of 25mm blast hose (6m)
  • One length of 25mm compressed air hose (7m)
  • Applicator (gun)
  • Specified nozzle to best suit cleaning application needs
  • Additional equipment is added to the above as required

WE’RE HERE TO HELP.

Interested, but not sure where to start?

Contact us today to learn more about how dry ice blasting is used in your industry.


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