Desiccators Protect Electronic Enclosures

June 3, 2004
Desiccators have been designed for installation into equipment housings to eliminate high humidity and condensation. Two types available include silica gel and molecular sieves. Manufactured in polycarbonate, the desiccators can protect the smallest

Desiccators have been designed for installation into equipment housings to eliminate high humidity and condensation. Two types available include silica gel and molecular sieves. Manufactured in polycarbonate, the desiccators can protect the smallest volumes up to 100L. Each desiccator has a saturation indicator, showing when the desiccator needs reactivation or replacement. BROWNELL LIMITED, Park Royal, London. +44 (0)20 8965 9281.

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