The solid form of CO2, dry ice is a staple in many industries, from food and beverage to medical and pharmaceutical to metal fabrication and more. Uses include rapid food cooling and freezing, live organ transportation, vaccine cooling, metal heat treating, slowing fermentation in brewed beverages, and a wide range of other applications.
Because it rapidly converts back into gas form at room temperature, dry ice can quickly create an oxygen-deficient atmosphere that can be life-threatening. Thus, it’s imperative to ensure proper storage and transportation with any dry ice application.
Ratermann’s dry ice polyethylene boxes are USDA approved and insulated with a 75mm-thick urethane foam layer for reliable storage of dry ice blocks, pellets or discs. Built to withstand the extreme cold temperatures that dry ice produces, these bins are rugged and sturdy enough for transportation needs as well. Capacities range from 4 to 40 blocks (or 208 to 1,800 pounds of pellets).
Made from double-wall polyethylene filled with urethane foam insulation
Virtually unbreakable in daily operation
Lightweight and durable for easy mobility
Maintains critical temperatures for your laboratory specific materials
Ideal for CO2 cleaning, frozen food, medical & laboratory applications
Casters available for easy maneuverability
Hinged lids with latches
Available with and without drains
Optional casters available on some models
PE advanced engineered plastic, low-temperature, radiation proof