Solid. Odourless. Cold.
When cold isn’t cold enough. In such cases, dry ice is an excellent refrigerant. But one must ensure that liquids such as water are excluded from coming into contact with dry ice due to its rapid sublimation. This means that it skips the liquid state and evaporates directly into gaseous form. Since dry ice has a temperature of -78.5°C under normal ambient conditions, and special containers are required for storage and transport. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered