Bentonite Clay Desiccant Regeneration /activation Environmental , RoHS, Mil-D-3464E Approved
Bentonite is a natural, nontoxic, innocuous, degradable, environmentally friendly desiccant with no additive, corrosive material or chloride.
Environmental , RoHS, Mil-D-3464E approved bentonite clay desiccant regeneration /activation
1. Eco-friendly green product;
2. Non-corrosive, non-toxic, non-pollution, chemical additive free;
3. High bulk density and volumetric moisture absorption rate. Small volume with same weight;
4. Really good quality, OEM can be offered;
5. Free sample can be available.
Bentonite is a natural, nontoxic, innocuous, degradable, environmentally friendly desiccant with no additive, corrosive material or chloride. The product's quality complies with Chinese military standard of GJB 2714-96 and American military standard of MIL-D-3464E.
bentonite clay desiccant
Electronic Components, Semiconductors, Machine Parts, Military Instruments & Armaments, Automotive Parts, Circuit Boards, Granules (Flour, Sugar), Optical Devices & More
Tyvek, composite, Patterned fabric
Irregular particle shape
MSDS, RoHS, Reach, DMF report
from 1/3Unit to 16Unit each bag,
Purple yellow and off-white
Q1: What are they?
A: Desiccant bags absorb moisture, odors and chemicals to preserve and protect any number of products, including semiconductors, electronics, cartons of food or even large machinery.
Q2: Why use them?
A: Whether in storage or transit, products in nearly every industry require protection from moisture. Rust, mildew, mold and an overall decrease in product efficacy are all common effects of moisture, costing millions in returned or unusable product each year. Montmorillonite Clay Desiccant bags help prevent damage by absorbing moisture in the air.
Q3: How are desiccants best used?
A: To be used most effectively, desiccants should be used within a closed/sealed moisture barrier or a rigid/sealed container. Humidity indicating cards are generally placed inside the container to show the humidity level and indicate when the desiccant needs to be replaced.
Q4: How long will the desiccant last?
A: It depends package and environment dramatically affect the lifetime of the desiccant. In a tightly sealed environment desiccants can last 3 years.