Make dry ice for preserving or shipping tissues, specimens, and other perishable items using these tools. They let you create dry ice on demand instead of waiting to have it shipped to your lab.
For Ice Flakes
Use these tools to make dry ice flakes for filling in spaces around irregularly shaped samples. Attach the nozzle to the dip tube on a liquid carbon dioxide cylinder, and dry ice flakes will form and collect in the bag when carbon dioxide is released into the bag.
For Ice Blocks
These compact benchtop machines can make a block of dry ice in minutes. They attach to liquid carbon dioxide cylinders that have a dip tube.