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Diana Buss

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Keeping in-flight meals fresh with dry ice

Keeping in-flight meals fresh with dry ice

Making sure the refrigeration chain remains unbroken is a high priority in airline catering. For flights departing from Italian airports, this job is normally entrusted to dry ice from Asco Carbon Dioxide Ltd. In a turnkey project for  DMH, Italy’s biggest dry ice manufacturers for catering purposes, Asco has installed a complete dry ice plant. DMH’s Rome and Milan facilities each produce eight tonnes of dry ice per day for their airline catering customers.

 

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Pictured (from left to right): Luigi de Montis, Mario Principe, Asco, Thomas Trachsel, formerly Asco, and Dr. Alessandro de Montis, DMH, between two dry ice wrapping machines. In the background are two automatic BP407-S7 dry ice production machines.
 

Pictured (from left to right): Luigi de Montis, Mario Principe, Asco, Thomas Trachsel, formerly Asco, and Dr. Alessandro de Montis, DMH...
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