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1Kilograms sample is available
Guangzhou,Shenzhen,Any other ports
60-90days after its fully maximized
Desiccant against moisture damage
REACH, RoHS, DMF Free by TUV, SGS
Non-toxic, environmentally friendly material:
TOPDRY can be used to product all kind of products, such as agri product, metal, leather, paper, wood, food, textile against moisture damage.
10g-2000g, suitable for mini package or ocean shipping container, and warehouse.
TOPDRY H1000 is a standard specification of shipping container desiccant. With a larger proportion and more adsorbent materials, it extracts water vapor quickly from the air, thus preventing the humidity inside the container reaching dew point and condensing. Once water vapor has been absorbed, the desiccant turns to gel and the water is retained by binding agents.
TOPDRY Container Desiccant can absorb 250-300%moisture, lasting working for 60-90days after its fully maximized.
1. 200%-300% Moisture absorbent rate alone the transportation, work effectively for 60-90 days.
2. TOPDRY desiccant turn to gel after absorbed moisture, water trapped into desiccant bag without leaking out.
3. Packed with double pack bag: Tyvek/Composite membrane (inside), non-woven bag (outside).
5. High quality material (high moisture adsorption calcium chloride) which is environmental protection to cargo and human healthy.
6. Packaging can be designed according to your application.
7. High Adsorption: TOPDRY Desiccant moisture rate is 5 times than ordinary in the equal condition.
8. Environmentally friendly: gradation is 100% which compare with traditional desiccant
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TOPDRY Moisture Adsorption Container Desiccant is designed specialized for solve the water damage problem of cargo sea container shipping, control the humidity inside the container to protect the safety of your cargoes, which is now widely used in below fields:
*Agricultural products: rice, flour, cereals, tea, dried fruit, tobacco, coffee and other bulk dry goods;
*Food and beverage: canned food, packaged food, etc;
*Wooden and paper products: wood, wooden handicrafts, wooden furniture, cardboard, cartons, boxes, paper bags, etc;
*Textile and leather: furniture, clothing, cloth, carpets, shoes and bags, etc;
*Automotive: Auto Parts;
*Plastic products: plastic parts;
*Glass: automotive glass, insulating glass and other;
*Metal Products: metal furniture, fitness equipment, metal machinery, chain, bridge, iron, aluminum, etc;
Have you ever encountered this scenario? “My container arrived and the cargo inside is wet. There are no holes in the container and the interior stinks of mold and mildew. It also looks like it’s raining from the ceiling of the container. How did this happen?
What happens because of "Container Rain", so what's "Container Rain"? and how to control Relative Humidity so that to stop "Container Rain"?
Container rain is condensation that forms on the ceiling of a cargo container and drips onto the cargo causing moisture damage. This can result in a container being rejected by a receiver at the port costing the exporter dearly.
Relative Humidity& Container Rain
An atmosphere’s humidity is relative to its temperature. This is because cold air can hold less moisture than warm air. A 1 cube of air at 25°C which contains 20g of moisture may have a relative humidity of 80%RH. That means it could potentially hold another 20% (4g) of moisture before becoming saturated (100%RH).
However, drop the cube’s temperature to 17°C and the relative humidity will rise to 100% even though it contains the same amount of moisture. This is because at the lower temperature the air can no longer hold as much moisture.
When this saturated air comes into contact with a surface colder than itself the moisture will condense out onto it.
Put this in context of a logistics operation and it means that a container is loaded with cargo in a tropical port at an atmosphere of 90% RH, and 32°C it will hold about 33g of moisture per m3
As a 20ft container has a volume of around 33m3 this equates to about 1.089 liter of water held in the air of the container.
When it arrives in a European port with an atmosphere of 0°C and 55% RH the air will be able to hold just 5g of moisture. This results in 28g of moisture condensing out of every 1m3 of air inside the container, which is just under 1 liter of moisture for a 20ft and 2 liters for a 40ft container.
Preventing Container Rain
The objective is to maintain a humidity below which condensation forms, and if does form, to have a system that will react quick enough to absorb the excess moisture prior to droplets forming.
1kg of TOPDRY container desiccant can absorb up to 20g of moisture per hour so can make a significant difference to the atmosphere during the day and night cycles of temperatures increasing and decreasing within a container.
It acts as a buffer absorbing excess moisture and helps to maintain the equilibrium between the humidity of the air and the container’s contents.
Lindia Chemical (Guangzhou) Co.,Ltd is a dynamic young company established in the year 2005 in Guangzhou of China. It is provided with a wide range of packaging materials and Calcium Chloride based desiccants. Various products have been sold to global customers and won the support and trust from customers for top quality material, elaborate manufacture and reasonable price.