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Our dry ice is sold by the pound and is in pellet form at our Gloucester location.  Dry ice is solid carbon dioxide. Frozen at -109.3°F, dry ice is too cold to touch. There are many uses for dry ice.

Perfect for shipping perishables that are already frozen.

Dry ice is not recommended for shipping live lobsters, it is so cold it will kill and freeze them instantly.

Dry ice is used across industries for metal fabrication, medical storage and shipping, meat processing, pest control, and even for hair loss treatments in chemotherapy patients.

When placed in hot water, dry ice makes a fog effect that is perfect for Halloween special effects and volcano cakes.


To learn more about safe handling and uses of dry ice, click to


Dry Ice Safety

Important Handling for Dry Ice Safety:

• Do not handle with bare hands. Use cotton gloves or towels when handling dry ice.
Dry ice is -109º F and can cause injury similar to a burn.

• Store dry ice in an insulated container, but not in an airtight container.  Airtight
containers may explode as dry ice converts to CO2 gas.

• Do not enter confined areas where dry ice is used, or stored, until adequately

• Use dry ice in a well-ventilated area.  When dry ice sublimates, it gives off CO2 and
can cause suffocation.  Do not store where people sleep.

• Children should be supervised when using dry ice.  Dry ice is harmful if eaten or
swallowed.  Do not ingest.

Dry ice is a Hazard Class 9 Substance.  It is not classified as a dangerous substance or as a hazardous material by the United States Department of Transportation for ground transportation.  However, when shipped by air or water, it is regulated as a dangerous good.