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Dry Ice (tør is)


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Written on: 07.06.2009 15:10
Deleted user I apologize for being such a cock. I had a bad week at some point lately. Need to get in the festival spirit soon, or I'll have a crappy one.
Written on: 07.06.2009 15:30
Rammu
Posts: 334
Dry ice isn't toxic, unless you're in a very confined space. The real issue is its low temperature of -78.5C. Care should be taken when handling it.
Written on: 07.06.2009 21:04
Max
Posts: 92
Would ordinary (and cheap) cooler boxes handle the dry ice ok? or do you need something a little more industrial to put it in.
Written on: 07.06.2009 21:12
Rammu
Posts: 334
Max skrev:

Would ordinary (and cheap) cooler boxes handle the dry ice ok? or do you need something a little more industrial to put it in.


They would be excellent! You could alternately construct a box and line it with polystyrene (vegetable-boxes). It is paramount to avoid heat-bridges between the ice and the outside. icon_smile.gif
Written on: 07.06.2009 23:37
Max
Posts: 92
Rammu wrote:

Max wrote:

Would ordinary (and cheap) cooler boxes handle the dry ice ok? or do you need something a little more industrial to put it in.


They would be excellent! You could alternately construct a box and line it with polystyrene (vegetable-boxes). It is paramount to avoid heat-bridges between the ice and the outside. icon_smile.gif


Cool.I was worried the ice would be too strong for the internal lining of the cooler box and melt it. There are cooler boxes on special in JYSK for 100 kr and being so cheap i couldn't imagine they would be very durable.
Written on: 08.06.2009 16:04
Henok
Posts: 9
Max skrev:

Cool.I was worried the ice would be too strong for the internal lining of the cooler box and melt it. There are cooler boxes on special in JYSK for 100 kr and being so cheap i couldn't imagine they would be very durable.


I think it will be very difficult to melt something that is solid at room temperature by decreasing the temperature icon_razz.gif

However, if the cooler is lined with low quality plastic, the low temperature caused by direct contact with the dry ice might make it brittle and vulnerable to impacts. This probably won't be a problem. If it is, you can envelope the dry ice with a thin layer of polystyrene or wrap it with a thick towel to take care of this problem.
Written on: 09.06.2009 19:35
Max
Posts: 92
Henok wrote:

Max wrote:

Cool.I was worried the ice would be too strong for the internal lining of the cooler box and melt it. There are cooler boxes on special in JYSK for 100 kr and being so cheap i couldn't imagine they would be very durable.


I think it will be very difficult to melt something that is solid at room temperature by decreasing the temperature icon_razz.gif

However, if the cooler is lined with low quality plastic, the low temperature caused by direct contact with the dry ice might make it brittle and vulnerable to impacts. This probably won't be a problem. If it is, you can envelope the dry ice with a thin layer of polystyrene or wrap it with a thick towel to take care of this problem.


Ha, yes wrong choice of word 'melt'. Think iam going to run with the cooler box idea. Another year of warm beer is not an option icon_smile.gif
Written on: 23.06.2009 18:02
Max
Posts: 92
The mob in Copenhagen selling dry ice have a minimum purchase of DK 712 which will fetch you 12 kg of the stuff. Since I am not aiming to keep a whale carcass refridgerated that's way too much for me. I only need to put a small amount in the bottom of 2 cooler boxes. So if someone wants to go halves, or possibley even thirds let me know and we could arrange something.
Written on: 26.06.2009 15:10
Victor Carrasco Navarro
Posts: 14
Then what do you do with it after using?

I would be interested on it if I do not find normal ice...but still some norml ice for calimocho would be awesome... of course without paying the price of a booze+soda.... icon_smile.gif


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