May 8, 2015

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CO2 Blasting Unit Unveiled
Mole-Master Safe-T-Shot CO2 blasting unit

Mole-Master Services Corp. has unveiled its Safe-T-Shot unit, devoted to providing CO2 blasting equipment and supplies to the cement industry and similar markets.
"Since the mid-1980s, we've included CO2 blasting as one tool among many in the silo and kiln cleaning services we provide to a wide variety of industries, including cement plants," said general manager Dave Laing. "With the introduction of Safe-T-Shot, we can now offer consumables and equipment sales and support for existing and new clients."
Laing said Mole-Master decided to enter the business after a long-time CO2 blasting equipment maker closed, leaving a U.S. and worldwide customer base that needed sales and service.
The blasting process removes hardened build-up inside silos and kilns by electrically igniting a CO2-filled cartridge placed near the blockage in the structure. In less than a second, the cartridge releases a powerful blast of carbon dioxide gas that can dislodge tons of hardened compacted material.
CO2 blasting won't damage silo or kiln linings nor will it contaminate the atmosphere or manufacturer's product. Another benefit is that carbon dioxide is nonflammable and won't create flash fires within kilns or silos.
These advantages also make CO2 blasting well suited for mining, tunneling, and demolition applications.
All Safe-T-Shot equipment and consumable generators are made in the U.S.
Mole-Master Services Corp., Marietta, OH 800-322-6653  

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