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Cold Jet GmbH

Obere Industrie Str. 1, 54595 Weinsheim
Germany
Telephone +49 6551 9606-0
Fax +49 6551 9606-26
info.de@coldjet.com

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GIFA 2019 hall map (Hall 16): stand A24

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GIFA 2019 fairground map: Hall 16

Contact

Christiane Rach

Phone
+49 (0)6551 960612

Email
info.de@coldjet.com

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 11  Knock-out, fettling and finishing
  • 11.02  Blasting plant and accessories
  • 11.02.04  Dry ice blasting machines

Dry ice blasting machines

Our products

Product category: Dry ice blasting machines

Cold Jet PCS® 60

The Cold Jet Aero2 PCS 60 utilizes finely controlled particles of dry ice as a blasting medium, via our proprietary and patented Particle Control System™ (PCS).
- Accepts 3 mm pellets as input and, via the PCS, precisely cuts the dry ice into diamond shaped particles in the exact dimensions chosen by the operator
- Choose dry ice particle size from 3 mm bis 0.3 mm and every size in between
- The user has complete control and can fine-tune the most effective setting for each unique application

She is:
- Easy to use
- Cleans faster
- Efficient
- Smart
- Quiet
- Durable
- Ergonomic
- Environmentally Responsible
- A complete solution
- Automation/Integration Capable

We've reinvented dry ice blasting!

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Apr 30, 2019

Cold Jet presents new revolutionary dry ice blaster, PCS® 60, during the GIFA 2019

Cold Jet® – the global leader in dry ice technology – presents Cold Jet’s revolutionary new PCS 60 at GIFA 2019 in Düsseldorf, Germany (Hall 16, Booth 16A24). The machine represents the pinnacle of dry ice blasting technology and will set the standard for dry ice blasting machines for years to come.

In today's foundry industry, it is more important than ever to reduce costs and increase productivity and component quality. There is enormous potential for this in the cleaning of moulds and tools. However, the cleaning of permanent aluminium moulds, core box vents or openings, semi-solid castings and casting machines is often still carried out using traditional methods. Typical manual cleaning methods such as chemicals, mechanical aids, such as brushes or abrasive paper, and high-pressure cleaners, require that equipment be cooled down, removed, hours spent with unproductive manual cleaning or glass bead blasting, and then everything has to be installed again.

As traditional cleaning methods affect uptime and overall profits without achieving an optimal level of cleaning, more and more foundry market leaders are seeing the benefits of dry ice cleaning as an excellent cleaning alternative.

"Cold Jet is proud to introduce the PCS 60 to the global market and especially during the GIFA to the foundry industry", says Dietmar Juchmes, General Manager Europe from Cold Jet. "The machine is the highest performing dry ice blaster available and features many technological advancements that are firsts in our industry. The PCS 60 continues Cold Jet’s tradition of leading the way and guiding our industry forward."

The PCS 60 features Cold Jet’s patented Particle Control System™ (PCS). The PCS precisely cuts dry ice into diamond shaped particles in the exact dimensions chosen by the operator (3mm to 0.3mm and every size in between). No machine on the market is capable of this type of precision. The user has complete control and can find the most effective setting for each unique application.

It enables tools and moulds to be cleaned at operating temperature when installed and it has been proven that better cleaning results are achieved. At the same time, the effective but gentle cleaning process does not damage surfaces of the moulds, resulting in a longer service life. Dry ice cleaning is used for tools and moulds made of all common materials. Sensitive materials such as chrome-plated, nickel-plated and ceramic-coated materials can also be cleaned without damage.

The machine is not only the most technologically advanced dry ice blaster on the market, it is also the easiest to use. With a 7” LCD color screen and digital controls, the PCS 60 provides an intuitive display that allows the user to easily view and adjust blasting parameters and machine settings. The machine also features programmable and password-protected application recipes. This feature allows users to set and save blasting parameters, such as blast pressure, particle size and feed rate, which increases efficiency and ensures the right settings for each individual application.

Cleaning of graphite lubricants off die-casting machines, removal of excess grease, dust, ink or carbon off production equipment and hydraulic power units are no problem. Conveyors can also be cleaned without damaging pneumatic devices, bearings or electrical equipment.

“Our team designed the PCS 60 to be extremely efficient by utilizing next-generation technology to maximize our customer’s return on investment while reducing their overall total cost of ownership,” said Dietmar Juchmes. “It cleans more effectively and requires significantly less dry ice and air pressure than competing machines.”

The PCS 60 is IoT enabled via Cold Jet’s Industry 4.0 solution, Cold Jet CONNECT®. The system provides remote monitoring and diagnostics while allowing users to collect and manage data and employ tools for optimum performance and productivity. The machine is also automation and integration capable via an optional accessory package, which enables the PCS 60 to be combined with a Cold Jet dry ice production unit and a robot for continuous and fully automated blasting.  

Visit Cold Jet at the GIFA in Düsseldorf, Germany (Hall 16, booth 16A24) and learn more live about the product line for the foundry industry. Cold Jet looks forward to your visit!

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About us

Company details

Who is Cold Jet?

Who we are
We are Cold Jet – The global experts in environmentally sustainable cleaning, surface preparation and transport cooling solutions.

We are:
- The leader in dry ice blasting and dry ice production technology, developing superior dry ice blast cleaning systems to meet every unique cleaning application
- Committed to offering the widest selection, most reliable and dependable dry ice blasting systems, dry ice production equipment, engineered systems and nozzles on the market
- The first and largest dry ice technology company in the world, with 220+ direct employees and more than 100 contractors and distributors
- An expert team of aerospace and mechanical engineers, technical sales specialists and manufacturing, production and support personnel
- A 20,000 square foot engineering, R&D, production and assembly operation, located at our World Headquarters in Loveland, Ohio
- A 14,600 square foot, high-tech machining and manufacturing facility, located in Milford, Ohio – with state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge processes (including Electrical Discharge Machining, providing detailed machining to tolerances of only +/- 0.0001") to ensure the highest quality precision product manufacturing
- World-class engineering, assembly and manufacturing facilities in Denmark and Poland for our IceTech line of dry ice cleaning and production equipment
- An on-site testing facility to test and validate the effectiveness of dry ice cleaning on parts and specific cleaning applications
- A global presence with a European office – Cold Jet BVBA – located in Zellik, Belgium and direct sales and support offices in Canada, Mexico, Germany, Denmark, France, Spain, Poland, Japan, China and the Middle East.

Our facilities
Our engineering, R&D and production operations are maintained at our World Headquarters facility in Loveland, OH. All of our Cold Jet line of products are assembled and tested in our 20,000 sq ft assembly operations facility adjacent to our World Headquarters offices. In 2009 we added a new high-tech machining and manufacturing facility in Milford, Ohio. This 14,600 sq ft facility with its state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge processes (including Electrical Discharge Machining, providing detailed machining to tolerances of only +/- 0.0001") ensure the highest quality precision product manufacturing. In 2016 we added engineering, assembly and production facilities in Denmark and Poland for our new IceTech line of cleaning and production equipment.

Cold Jet's on-site showroom and production Test Cell are also available to all customers, and potential customers, for the testing and validation of dry ice blasting on their parts and/or their specific cleaning application. Contact our Sales or Customer Support departments for more information.

Cold Jet's European office, Cold Jet BVBA, is located in Zellik, Belgium. Cold Jet has direct sales and/or support offices in Canada, Mexico, Germany, Denmark, France, Spain, Poland, Japan, China and the Middle East.

What we do
Cold Jet has led the development of dry ice blasting and dry ice production technology which sets the standard for quality, performance and reliability. With thousands of installed customers worldwide, Cold Jet's success has been the result of our superior technology, dedication to customer service and establishment of a global infrastructure for product support. Cold Jet is committed to developing dry ice solutions for the betterment of industry and the environment through a relentless pursuit of technology.

With more than 30 years of experience dedicated to dry ice blasting technology, Cold Jet has unparalleled experience in developing and recommending dry ice solutions to match any need. Cold Jet offers the widest selection, most reliable and most dependable Dry Ice Blasting Systems, Dry Ice Production Equipment, Engineered Systems, and Nozzles on the market. Our wide selection in products allows us to recommend the best configuration for your application and budget.

Industries and companies worldwide (from Fortune 100 to sole proprietors) are setting the precedent for excellence and quality in their operations with Cold Jet's cutting edge design and innovation. Cold Jet's dry ice blasting systems use half the air, ice and labor of competitor's products. Our dry ice blast cleaning solutions can pay for themselves in just a few months, providing an impressive return on investment.

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