416 51 Ave SE

Calgary, AB T2H 0M7

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416 51 Ave SE

Calgary, AB T2H 0M7

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High Quality Dry Ice

Retail And Wholesale Dry Ice In 3 Different Formats

Contact Us Today: Calgary's Dry Ice Specialists

Ready to explore the wonders of dry ice? Or perhaps you need it for more practical reasons?  Whether it’s 5 lbs or 5000 lbs, we can help.  Reach out to Calgary Dry Ice today to discover why we’re the go-to dry ice supplier. Buy dry ice with confidence – your chilling solutions start right here!

Pickup orders – no need to call ahead for quantities under 100 lbs.  Give us a call if you need more – we’ll get it ready so you don’t have to wait.  We have a store (see hours) where we produce it and keep nuggets and bricks in supply.  

Delivery orders – click on “retail delivery order” or “Retail” above and follow the instructions.  At this time, we can’t accommodate same-day orders or anything outside of Calgary. DO NOT order for delivery if you need it to arrive at a specific time, especially in the morning. We use a courier, and the delivery time will take place according to their schedule that day.

Wholesale orders – 500 lb quantities or more.  Please click on “Wholesale” or contact us for more information.     

50% Teacher Discount – New for 2024!

For High School and Elementary School teachers, buy a minimum 20 lbs of dry ice nuggets and/or bricks and get 50% off!  We require proof you’re a teacher (such as teacher ID when picked up).  For deliveries, add the discount code TEACHER50 on the checkout page.  Must be delivered to a school to qualify.                             

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Dry ice is extremely cold (-79 degrees Celsius), so always use gloves or a towel when handling it!  Do not put dry ice in your mouth!

Dry ice converts to carbon dioxide gas. If left in a confined space, the carbon dioxide gas will displace oxygen and present a suffocation hazard.  Do not inhale dry ice vapour.

Do not trap dry ice in a container that is completely airtight (coolers are ok). When dry ice sublimates to carbon dioxide gas, the gas pressure greatly expands. This expansion will cause an airtight container to expand and possibly explode.

Calgary Dry Ice Ltd is not responsible for personal injury or damages of any kind that result from the improper handing or misuse of dry ice sold or given to its customers.