$1.65 per pound
$1.40 per pound for quantities 100 pounds and over
WARNING - Dry ice temperature is extremely cold. Always handle dry ice with care and wear protective cloth or leather gloves whenever touching it. Do not store dry ice in a completely airtight container. Do not store dry ice in unventilated rooms, cellars, autos or boat holds. The sublimated carbon dioxide gas will sink to low areas and replace oxygenated air. This could cause suffocation if breathed exclusively. For more safety information about dry ice see http://dryiceinfo.com/safe.htm .
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions…
We sell it in pellet form.
It comes in a double bagged paper bag.
You should keep it in an insulated container until ready to use it.
Purchase dry ice as close to the time you need it as possible.
Dry ice can not be stored. It is made from a compressed gas and will sublimate.
The most popular use for dry ice is to keep food frozen. You will need about one pound of dry ice for each one pound of product to keep it frozen in an insulated closed container for 24 to 36 hours.
To keep a broken appliance cold try 5 pounds in a closed standard refrigerator or 10 to 15 pounds in a closed standard freezer to keep it cold for about 24 hours. The dry ice should be placed near the top of the appliance.
Mix dry ice pellets with warm water for a fog or bubbling brew.