ASCO develops active dry ice saw in series production

Swiss company ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD is expanding its dry ice product portfolio with the ASCO electric Active Dry Ice Saw - AAS. The world's first mass-produced active dry ice saw has been specially designed for cutting dry ice slices.

ASCOs series-produced Active Dry Ice Saw  – AAS
(PresseBox) ( Romanshorn, )
The ASCO Active Dry Ice Saw - AAS cuts up to 600 dry ice blocks per hour up to a thickness of 70 mm into two or three pieces. Depending on the requirements, the active dry ice saw can be converted to the optional double saw blades in just a few minutes. This means that smaller, non-standard, high-quality block sizes can also be produced. While the usual production cycle remains unchanged, the block output doubles or triples. The block quality remains unchanged at a high level and no additional time is required.

The Swiss dry ice specialist offers absolute system reliability. Thus, the ASCO Active Dry Ice Saw - AAS can be integrated into different production centers. For example in combination with the ASCO dry ice machines BP420i, BP425i, the ASCO Reformer A700Ri as well as with the ASCO Wrapping Machine APM120 and APM140.

Marco Pellegrino, Managing Director, ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD, emphasizes: "With the world's first series-produced active dry ice saw, ASCO underlines its ambition to be one of the market leaders in dry ice production. With our product portfolio, we are able to cover the wishes of our customers and to constantly optimizing the portfolio. We’ve also achieved this with the new type of dry ice active saw," says Pellegrino.

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