Bel-Art Frigimat Junior Dry Ice Maker Replacement Bags, item number 388860001 by Scienceware, is a pack of three bags that are compatible with all Junior Dry Ice Maker models (U.S., European, and Japanese) for flexibility of operation. Dry ice is used to keep a substance or object cold in food handling and shipping, science, and medical applications, and is used to create a fog or snow-type of atmosphere in the entertainment industry. This set of replacement bags fits securely on a liquid carbon dioxide (LCO2) nozzle for reliability. The bags are royal blue-colored for ease of identification.
This package of dry ice maker replacement bags has three bags, each with dimensions of 30 (l) x 15 (w) cm [12 (l) x 6 (w) inches].
Dry ice, the solid form of carbon dioxide (CO2), is commonly used as a cooling agent when temperatures lower than conventional ice are desired, and liquid melt-water is not desired. Dry ice is made by compressing and cooling the gas form of CO2 until it becomes liquefied. With expansion, the liquid changes into a solid state, and is then hydraulically compressed into dry ice blocks, pellets or slices. Rather than melting, dry ice sublimates, turning back into gas, as the temperature rises. Under specific conditions, dry ice can create a fog-like effect. It is much heavier than frozen H2O, and must be handled using insulated cryogenic gloves for thermal protection. Dry ice is used in laboratory, and field applications in the food handling and shipping, medical, science, education, industrial cleaning, fire-fighting, and entertainment industries.
Since 1946, Bel-Art has been manufacturing and distributing scientific equipment such as lab ware, dry ice makers, desiccators, glassware, testing equipment, and safety supplies for the scientific and medical industries. With worldwide distribution, and facilities located in New Jersey, Maryland and Missouri, most Bel-Art products are manufactured in the USA. Bel-Art is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Presidential “E” Award by the US Department of Commerce for excellence in export sales.
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