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Dimensioning by Rule of Thumb for Desi Dry and DIN Dry

To assess the amount of desiccant required, the following rule of thumb can be used for a simple calculation:

Amount of water to be absorbed in grams x 10 = amount of desiccant required in grams

Caution: The products of Master Dry and Sea Dry require less desiccant because they can absorb more moisture (see diagram on page: Master Dry / Sea Dry)

Example:
Machinery elements made of metal without packaging materials (cardboard, wood) In a wooden crate 1 m³ in size lined with barrier-layer foil during a four-week period of transport and storage

Die The machinery elements are made of metal:Moisture in the merchandise approx 0 g
There are no moisture-retaining materials enclosed (cardboard, wood):Moisture of the materials enclosedapprox 0 g
According to the Climate Chart, in a wooden crate 1 m³ in size, at 45° C there may be a max. of 65.44 g of water:Moisture in the airapprox 65.44 g
The permeability of the barrier-layer foil to moisture during a four-week period of transport or storage is negligible. It is very low in comparison with the moisture in the air:Moisture through outer envelopeapprox 0 g

This example calculation yields moisture amounting to approx 65 g of water.

Result: 65 g of water x 10 = 650 g of desiccant

During long periods of transport or storage, the influence of moisture through the envelope (foil) becomes ever greater.
Exact calculation according to DIN is explained According to DIN.