Dry Ice Blasting of Atlanta is dedicated to bringing our clients a fast, cost-effective, environmentally friendly, technology driven solution to the most difficult cleaning challenges. We make safety and health our number one priority and we are committed to meet or exceed the highest standards for the protection of our clients and our team.
At Dry Ice Blasting of Atlanta, we take extreme precautions to insure the safe, efficient and proper clean-up for disposal of any residues from the blasting process. We have fully trained certified technicians that have thousands of hours of nozzle time and can meet the most stringent regulations.
Offering solutions to difficult cleaning problems is what we do. This is what inspires us to continue to invest in the future growth of our company. This investment is not only in specialized tools and equipment, but also in safety training, job skills training and supervisory skills training.
Our ultimate goal is to improve a facility's operating efficiency and reduce overall maintenance costs.
Nick Thoney – HRSG Specialist
Nick Thoney is Dry Ice Blasting of Atlanta’s nationwide sales representative and is based in northern Michigan. He’s been with DIBA since 2015 and has over 17 years experience in the dry ice blasting industry. Nick specializes in power industry applications of dry ice blasting, a focus that has allowed him to travel all over the world. He’s worked on over 100 heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) projects alone, and over 400 projects in other various industries in places like Pakistan and South America. If you’d like to learn more about Nick, his role at Dry Ice Blasting of Atlanta, or how non-toxic, cryogenic cleaning technology can provide a superior clean for industrial equipment, call Nick today at (906) 290-1843 or email Nick directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
John Hutcherson – Operations Manager
John Hutcherson has spent the last 10 years with Dry Ice Blasting of Atlanta, an industrial cleaning company where he serves as the Operations Manager. The company, which serves clients in a variety of industries, such as automobile manufacturing, food processing and power generation, provides advanced CO2 cleaning technology that can effectively clean industrial equipment without producing secondary waste, toxic residue or surface damage. John, who attended Wesley College in Delaware, oversees various operations to make certain that the company's clients, who hail from states across the Southeastern U.S., are satisfied with their dry ice blasting services and overall customer service experience. If you'd like to learn more about John, his role at Dry Ice Blasting of Atlanta, and how non-toxic, cryogenic cleaning technology can provide a superior clean for industrial equipment, visit www.dryiceblastingofatlanta.com.
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