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CONTAINER DESICCANT BAG MANUFACTURING CAPABILITIES.

 

  We have capability to manufacture Cargo Desiccant Bag in 4 form:

 
 
 

WE ARE CAPABLE OF CONTRACT MANUFACTURING.

 
  • Use of Cargo Desiccant Bags of Brand “YOUR BRAND NAME”
  • Cargo Desiccant Bag designed to control humidity in Cargo Container to maintain below 50% humidity level during shipping for upto 6-7 weeks
  • Ideal for Shipments to US, EU market as RoHS compliance, made with US MIL-D-3464-E Type I & II standards.
  • Food Grade, Non-toxic, Non-Hazardous, Recyclable Eco Desiccant, 100% Bio-degradable.
  • Having  Calcium Chloride  as the moisture absorber mixed with gelling agent
  • Capacity to   Absorb over 200% moisture @ 90% Humidity in 6-7 weeks.
  • Leakage free, Tear resistant Hanger type bags
  • Recommended usage
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  • Packing 20 – 25 kg Corrugated Box with Poly liner with marking. Inside Poly bags packed in 1 -2 kg packing
  • Usage instruction- Remove from Poly bag and hang in container
  • We work with various breathable Fabric and Films Including non-woven, DuPont Tyvek and GD II, PP film, Nylon, Multilayer film, coated and uncoated films.
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  • Able to seal at high temperatures and High strength to avoid leakage issues
  • We are able to further customizes the packaging based on your requirement.
  • Customized Printing job to represent your branding
  • We have ISO 9001 Certification and conform to International Standard Shipping regulations.
 
 

ELECTRONICS AND PCB

 
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 even when it is fully saturated with moisture vapor.

How much Desiccant do I need?
 

Desiccant is sold by the “Unit” or fractional Unit, or in grams. One unit of desiccant will absorb a specific amount of moisture. A unit weighs about 33 grams. There are several standards for calculating the desiccant loading for bags. Each standard is for a specific application, and requires different amounts of desiccant for the same bag size. Once you determine which standard is correct for your dry packing application, apply these formula, or go to www.StaticControl.com and select the Desiccant Calculator.

 
Why are electronic devices moisture sensitive?
 

Certain kinds of electronic devices called “Surface Mount Devices” or SMD’s are mounted on a circuit card by high temperature soldering. The body of the SMD is made from plastic that absorbs moisture from the air. When the case is heated during soldering, the moisture inside turns to steam, and may break the device as the steam escapes. Keeping SMD’s dry before soldering means that the devices will not be damaged.

  • IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033 Application: Dry packaging for SMD’s.
  • What You Need Know: Bag Size, Bag MVTR, Storage Time in Months.
  • Formula: Units= 0.304 x Months x Bag MVTR x Bag Area / Moisture Capacity
  • Example: 8” x 10” inch Barrier Bag, with a 0.002 MVTR and a 12 month storage time.
  • Find Bag Area: 8” x 10” x 2 sides =160 sqin..
  • Apply Formula: Units= 0.304 x 160 sqin x 0.002 MVTR x 12 months 6.6667 g/unit
  • Units = .2 Use 1/6 unit of Desiccant.
  • MIL-D-3464, EIA 583, IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033