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Tips on Use to Prevent Damage

How to Prevent Damage

The Basics of Using Desiccants

  1. The merchandise has to be provided with an envelope/foil or box on the outside so as to prevent moisture from getting in.
  2. Make sure the envelope/foil or box is free of any holes, through which the moisture could get in. The thicker the foil is, the less moisture will move through it. Aluminium composite foil is less permeable than PE foil.
  3. The tops of pallets should also be lined with foil so as to prevent moisture from getting in.
  4. As little moisture-retaining material as possible (such as wood and cardboard) should be put into the packaging.
  5. Do not use any moist wood or pallets.
  6. Position desiccant bags as evenly as possible in the upper part of the packaging. The moisture always moves upward with the warm air.
  7. Avoid, if possible, any direct contact of the desiccant bags with merchandise sensitive to moisture. A slight transfer of moisture is possible if there is direct contact with the bags when they are saturated.

 

 

How to Prevent Damage

Additional instructions for cargo containers:

  1. Cargo containers should be checked for:
    • Cracks,
    • Unsealed doors, and:
    • other damage
  2. The desiccant should be positioned evenly in the upper part of the container and near the door.



Additional instructions for storage:

  1. If possible, use a dry storage location.
  2. Adding an indicator allows the moisture content to be checked by a quick visual inspection.