Having a Halloween bash and want to add a spooky touch to your holiday dÃ©cor? We have the solution: Dry Ice! Let Noble Gas Solutions help you set the mood for your bash and add some fear into your party guests.
What is Dry Ice?
Simply put, dry ice is the solid form of carbon dioxide gas. Dry ice is a non-toxic, completely dry substance that produces virtually no by-product. It is often used as reliable cooling agent due to its extremely low temperature of -109Â°Â F.
Unlike normal ice that melts into a puddle of water, dry ice sublimates. Sublimation is the process of a solid form going directly into a gaseous form, while skipping the liquid state entirely. What does this mean to you? Dry ice is mess free! Dry ice skips over its liquid form, turning into carbon dioxide gas instead. So there is no puddle to clean after use!
What makes dry ice fun is the gas produced during its sublimation process. Since the substance is so cold, adding warm water to the mix accelerates the sublimation process. Adding water helps produce a much thicker, gas which is often used for special effects, like fog machines.
Spook your Halloween Party Guests
So you’re decorating your house for the holiday. Sure, you’ve checked off all the usual decorations off the list. Jack-o-Lanterns, carved. Spiderwebs, hung. Eerie window decals, stuck. Now what? you look down the block and everyone has checked off that same list. How do you make your Halloween bash really stand out? Add dry ice to the mix and you are sure to have a party that is better than the rest!
Click on the following DIY ideas for easy step-by-step instructions and a list of materials needed.Â Proceed with caution when handling dry ice. Noble Gas Solutions recommends reading up on Dry Ice Safety Tips before working with dry ice. For any questions or concerns feel free toÂ contactÂ our Noble Team.Â Noble Gas SolutionsÂ is proud to manufacture dry ice in-house in Albany, NY every weekday.
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