2PLDES150-DESICCANT, TYVEK POUCH, 2 UNIT 150/PAIL

2PLDES150-DESICCANT, TYVEK POUCH, 2 UNIT 150/PAIL              

2PLDES150 - Desiccant in Tyvek® Pouch, 2 Unit, 150/Pail

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Gross Weight*: 24.62 lb

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  • Use Desiccant Pack in Moisture Barrier Bags to absorb moisture
  • Provides protection for moisture sensitive electronics (such as SMT – Surface Mount Technology); Best practice is to use with a Humidity Indicator Card; See Selection Chart HERE
  • Desiccant is secured in strong, sulphur-free non-woven plastic pouches
  • Recommended amount of desiccant is dependent on the interior surface area of the bag to be used, see EIA-583, Table 1; our Desiccant Calculator will help you estimate how much desiccant your application requires
  • Can be baked and re-used
  • No hazardous substances; see RoHS 3, REACH, Toxics in Packaging Statement
  • Recommended for use in clean rooms
  • Made in North America
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Desiccant

 

What is desiccant?

Desiccant absorbs moisture vapor (humidity) from the air left inside the moisture barrier bag after it has been sealed. If moisture penetrates the bag, it will also be absorbed. Desiccant will remain dry to the touch even when it is fully saturated with moisture vapor. It can be baked and re-used. SCS Desiccant is packed inside Tyvek® white non-woven plastic or brown kraft paper pouches.

 

Why is desiccant required?

Certain kinds of electronic devices such as Surface Mount Devices (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.

 

How is desiccant used?

It used together with a Moisture Barrier Bag (MBB), a Humidity Indicator Cards (HIC) and Moisture Sensitive Level (MSL) label to form a dry packaging system. Visit Moisture Control for more information.

 

How is desiccant purchased? 

Desiccant is available as a “unit” or fractional “unit”. A unit of desiccant absorbs a specific amount of moisture. One unit of desiccant weighs about 28g. The recommended amount of desiccant depends on the interior surface area of the bag to be used. Use this desiccant calculator to determine the minimum amounts of desiccant to be used with Moisture Barrier Bags.