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Do Your Desiccant Packs Leach?

by mdsassociates
Thu, Mar 28th 2019 08:45 am

Typical Desiccants Leach Fluid


Unpredictable and unregulated airborne moisture can breed mold in twenty-four hours and rust in two days. By the time it's discovered, it's too late!

Sealed containers are subjected to climatic changes and this can cause condensation known as "cargo sweat". To protect contents, desiccants are implemented within containers to prevent moisture build-up, but there's a drawback to using these - they often drip or leak fluid.

Commercially used to manage condensation inside shipping containers, rail cars and trailers, TranSorb® patented granules are awesome for hot, humid conditions and never leach! They attract and encapsulate moisture, unlike other products that wick, drip or leak when capacity is reached.

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To best suit your shipping and storage needs, TranSorb® humidity absorbers are available in individual packets or three-pack strips. Simply space, place or hang these  high-performing desiccants throughout area to be treated.

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