The Hidden Costs of Acrylic: Enclosures, Cabinets, and Desiccators


Why Is Static Dissipative PVC a Better Option than Acrylic?

Why Choose Desiccator Storage?


Desiccator storage has become critical in more and more manufacturing operations. A look at the costly effects of moisture exposure explains why. As critical components become smaller and more sophisticated, their susceptibility to moisture damage increases. Once absorbed by sensitive components, water creates a number of potentially disastrous conditions. The most notorious effect of moisture... Continue Reading →

Solve your moisture problems with a StatPro CPDC Series dry cabinet


StatPro CPDC Series Desiccator Dry Cabinets are widely used and trusted by professionals in the high-tech, R&D, electronic manufacturing, laboratory, cleanroom, and warehouse industries. These utilize self-regenerating desiccant dehumidifiers to provide an ultra-low humidity environment. With no N2/dry-air purging, these provide automatic control of <5% RH with very fast recovery times at NTP conditions. Because... Continue Reading →

Issues associated with moisture problems


An Alternative Drying Solution Replaces Traditional Methods As the industry utilizes a high-temperature reflow process, moisture sensitivity in SMT remains a constant problem. Serious manufacturing defects and failures are much more likely to occur later when products are in the field, which can be traced to improper storage and handling of components and PCBs during... Continue Reading →

How to Use Desiccants with Moisture Vapor Barrier Bags


What is Desiccant? Desiccant is a drying agent that is used to absorb moisture from the air inside moisture barrier bags. Desiccant absorbs moisture vapor (humidity) from the air left inside the barrier bag after it has been sealed. Any moisture that penetrates the bag will also be absorbed. Desiccant remains dry to the touch... Continue Reading →

An Examination of “Dry Box” Desiccant Storage within the PCB Manufacturing Environment


The discussion regarding 'dry box' or desiccant storage of MSD's (Moisture Sensitive Devices) has increased over the past years with the introduction of new IPC Joint Industries Standards such as IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033a and J-STD-020. More and more resources on the topic, many contradictory are available over the internet. Manufacturers are becoming aware of the possible benefits of... Continue Reading →

Self-Refreshing Nitrogen-Free Desiccator Cabinets


What is a desiccant Dry Cabinet? A desiccant dry cabinet is an enclosure with a supply of desiccant which maintains an internal environment of 1-50% RH. Desiccant dry cabinets are also called: Desiccators, Dry Boxes, Dehumidifying Cabinets, and Ultra Low Humidity Storage Cabinets. Click here to view the CleanPro Desiccant Cabinets we offer, or keep reading to learn more... Continue Reading →

Palbam Class N2 Desiccator Cabinets


Desiccators: Unique Stainless Steel Solutions from Palbam Class Palbam Class developed its first desiccator cabinets for the Semiconductor Industry. Due to the demands of this industry all the cabinets are manufactured from the cleanest materials possible. Most manufacturers offer stainless steel accessories for their desiccators. Palbam Class uses only stainless steel. All modular designs -... Continue Reading →

DMS Desiccator Cabinets


You may be asking yourself "What exactly is a desiccator cabinet, and why would I need one?" The answer to the first question is easily definable; Desiccators are sealable enclosures containing desiccants used for preserving moisture-sensitive items. A common use for desiccators is to protect chemicals or materials which are hygroscopic or which react with water from humidity. The... Continue Reading →

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