Desiccare, Inc. offers a comprehensive range of bulk desiccant materials such as Silica Gel Desiccant, Clay, Indicating Silica Gel, Molecular Sieve and Activated Carbon. Manufactured under a no-quality-compromise guideline, each of these products is a result of first-rate chemical engineering.
Desiccare, Inc. provides customizable packaging materials in an assortment of grades and mesh sizes. Desiccare, Inc. has developed innovative solutions for moisture-related challenges in industries such as pharmaceutical, electronics, food safety, transportation, government and other much more.
To help you to determine which desiccant best suits for your needs, following is a quick guide about the features and suitability of each type of desiccant we offer. Desiccare, Inc. encourages customers to browse through the range of standard desiccants or simply contact us for tailor-made solutions to moisture control concerns.
Silica Gel Desiccant is an amorphous form of synthetically manufactured silicon dioxide. Though it is referred to as a gel, it comes in the form of hard, translucent granules. What makes this desiccant so versatile is the fact that it absorbs molecules of water into its internal pores and leaves no by products or chemical reaction. This desiccant gel pack is suitable for several uses.
Indicating silica gel desiccant demonstrates the same features as that of regular silica gel. The only differentiating factor being that when Indicating Silica Gel starts reaching its full adsorption capacity, it changes color. This alerts users so that they can replace the desiccant gel pack.
Montmorillonite clay is a naturally occurring adsorbent material and can be used within normal temperature and humidity ranges. This form of clay will revive itself for re-use at low temperatures without bloating or deterioration. It is also cost-effective as a desiccant packet.
This desiccant is a manufactured version of Zeolite and features an intricate network of pores and empty cavities, giving it exceptional adsorbing properties. While it is the most aggressive among desiccants, it is also expensive. It is usually drawn from sodium potassium or calcium alumina silicate and is available in a desiccant pack.
Activated carbon is most effective for odor removal. By itself, it cannot soak up moisture. Hence, it is best utilized in conjunction with other desiccants in a desiccant packet. For bulk requirements, Desiccare, Inc. offer desiccants in the following packet sizes: 1 Gallon Can - 6 lbs. 5 Gallon Pail - 35 lbs. 10 Gallon Drum - 70 lbs. 30 Gallon Drum - 200 lbs. 55 Gallon Drum - 300 lbs. Super Sacks - 1000 - 2000 lbs.
Custom blends are also available, for example: a 50% silica gel for moisture and 50% carbon for odor absorption.
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