FAQ

What are your hours of operation?
We are open Weekdays for pick up orders from 10 AM to 8 PM and Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM. Delivery is available on Weekdays from 10:30 AM to 7:30 PM and Sunday 10:30 AM to 3:30 PM.
Where can I purchase?
You can order on our site and choose to pick up your order or have it delivered. You can call on 7383533412, 02612478911.

FAQ for Dry Ice

Do you have minimum orders?
We require a minimum order of 1 kg of dry ice for all.
When do I order?
You can order dry ice before 24 hours to make sure your purchase.
How much does dry ice cost?
Our retail price is 80 rs per kg. Prices vary depending on the amount or type of dry ice you purchase. Please call us to inquire about rates for our dry ice shipping services.
How much dry ice do I need?
It depends on uses. For cooling and freezing purpose, you will need : First 24 hours – 2-3 kg of dry ice per 1,000 cubic inches* Second 24 hours – 1.5-2.5 kg of dry ice per 1,000 cubic inches Third 24 hours – 1-2 kg of dry ice per 1,000 cubic inches *1,000 cu. in. is equivalent to a container with inside dimensions of 10” x 10” x 10”
What is dry ice?
Dry Ice is frozen carbon dioxide, a normal part of our earth’s atmosphere. It is the gas that we exhale during breathing and the gas that plants use in photosynthesis. It is also the same gas commonly added to water to make soda water. Dry Ice is particularly useful for freezing, and keeping things frozen because of its very cold temperature: -109.3°F or -78.5°C. Dry Ice is widely used because it is simple to freeze and easy to handle using insulated gloves.
What temperature is the surface of dry ice?
Dry ice has a surface temperature between -78 and -110 degrees Celsius.
Does dry ice melt?
No. Dry ice goes through a process called “sublimation” in which a solid substance skips the liquid state and changes directly into a gaseous state.
What should dry ice be put into, to insulate it?
A “kraft” paper bag will reduce the sublimation rate on its own. The ice wrapped in the paper should be put into a container which is insulated as much as possible, but NEVER seal the ice into an airtight container due to the pressure.
Does AQUERGY provide containers to ship the dry ice in?
Yes. We offer Styrofoam containers called styro-shippers which can hold various capacities. You can view our packaging products here.
How heavy is dry ice?
A block measuring 8” x 8” x 8” is 10 kg can be prepared on order . A slab measuring 8” x 8” x 2” is 2.5 kg regularly available .
At what rate can I expect the dry ice to sublimate?
As a general rule, dry ice will sublimate at a rate of 1% per hour in a typical ice chest. This sublimation continues from the time of purchase – therefore, pick up dry ice as close to the time needed as possible. Bring an ice chest or some other insulated container to hold the dry ice and slow the sublimation rate. Dry ice changes directly from a solid to a gas – sublimation – in normal atmospheric conditions without going through a wet liquid stage.
What type of industries/people use dry ice?
  • Transport / Freight Forwarding Companies
  • Special Effects Companies/Event Management
  • Laboratories
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Hospitals
  • Drug Manufacturers
  • Universities & Elementary Schools
  • Caterers
  • Refineries
  • Hunters & Campers
  • Individuals with bed bug issues use dry ice in one manner or another.
What are some benefits to using dry ice?
It is an alternative method to heat displacement refrigeration. (i.e. electric refrigerators) It is inexpensive & simple. It consumes no fuel or electricity. It can be cut, wrapped & delivered to predetermined specifications and limits waste.

FAQ for Liquid Nitrogen

Helpful Information from a Trusted Surat Nitrogen Supplier
At AQUERGY, We have helped many companies in retail and industrial industries get the liquid nitrogen. We are here to help answer any questions that you might have and to provide you with our insight. You can rely on us to help you at working hours and can respond to emergencies quickly.
What can Liquid Nitrogen do for Restaurants?
Nitrogen can be a very helpful tool for many aspects in the food industry. It can help to make drinks colder, carbonate beers, help with the texture of chocolate, and even help with the preparation of food.
How can Liquid Nitrogen help with selling Ice Cream?
Liquid nitrogen can be used to "flash freeze", fresh ingredients. Traditional ice cream is loaded with gums and emulsifiers that prevent ice crystals from forming. When you flash freeze your ingredients you can provide a more natural product to your customers.
Can Your Liquid Nitrogen be utilized for Medical or Cryotherapy Purposes?
At AQUERGY, We distribute medical grade nitrogen for cryotherapy practices, medical practices and for pharmaceuticals.
Will liquid nitrogen ruin my floors, artwork or furniture?
Never. Nitrogen is 78 percent of the atmosphere. The mist you see simply evaporates into the air during the production process. We frequently serve at hotels, large event venues, and museums.
What safety precautions do you use when using liquid nitrogen?
You need Safety gloves and Glasses. When you pour Liquid Nitrogen from dewar, It evaporates very fast. So don’t panic. Treat it as water but don’t inhale or touch it. Don’t let it in contact with bare skin.
What are uses for Liquid Nitrogen?
Liquid nitrogen is best known for its role in industrial applications ranging from welding to laser cutting to medical science, but today it is also taking its place in the culinary industry. It has been used to flash freeze foods and is currently making its way into ice cream shops across the nation.
What are the benefits of using Liquid Nitrogen?
Liquid nitrogen is both easy to use and transport. It creates a bold visual effect when used in demonstrations, but it’s real powers have to do with its superior cooling abilities. It can instantly freeze foods to prevent bacteria and water saturation, and it can be used medically for cryotherapy to reduce chronic pain and inflammation.