Dry ice

Dry ice is made from liquid carbon dioxide, which is first frozen into dry ice snow and then compressed to form dry ice, with a temperature of -78 °C, which is why it sublimates to a gas. 

Dry ice is widely used in industry and processing industry, primarily for the rapid cooling of material when fitting components consisting of different material together, or used in dry ice blasting, being extremely effective and clean choice alongside sand and soda.  In the food and health care industries, dry ice is a vital part of the cold chain. Various foodstuffs and samples are transported packed in dry ice.