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Master Dry - Made of Clay and Salt

Master Dry

Master Dry

  • Für großvolumige Warensendungen oder Einlagerungen
  • Sehr hohe Feuchtigkeitsaufnahme
  • Lebensmittelunbedenklich
  • Besteht aus kalzinierter Tonerde und dem Salz Calciumchlorid
  • For large-volume shipments of goods or storage
  • Very high absorption of moisture
  • Safe for foods
  • Made of calcined clay and the salt calcium chloride

 

Weight Maximum moisture adsorption Article no. Image Dimensions
(L x W x H)
Sub-packaged in
protective foil
Total in
cardboard box
Price per
PU for
purchases
of up to 3 PUs
Add to cart
48 -- add to cart
26 -- add to cart
14 -- add to cart
Discount of 10% on purchases of 4 PUs of one type. Discount of 20% on purchases of 8 PUs of one type.
Prices plus VAT and shipping costs

 

 

Special features:

Master Dry is a desiccant made of a special mixture of calcined clay and the salt calcium chloride. This composition enables a greater degree of water adsorption than with other common desiccants. This has been confirmed by the BFSV Institute in Hamburg through a comparison of the power of Master Dry with a common desiccant in accordance with DIN.

Sea Dry made of salt and starch

Sea Dry

Sea Dry

  • For container cargo
  • Extremely high moisture absorption
  • Quick and easy to handle with a hook or as a cover
  • Optionally available for hanging on the wall or fixing to the goods
  • Consists of calcium chloride and starch

 

Owing to the calcination process while manufacturing the granules, Master Dry retains its granular structure even in the saturated condition. Master Dry is safe and can also be used for protecting foodstuff. A food grade certificate from an independent laboratory is available. Special printed designs or designs with a tape for hanging are available.

 

Weight Maximum moisture adsorption Article no. Image Dimensions
(L x W x H)
Sub-packaged in
protective foil
Total in
cardboard box
Price per
PU for
purchases
of up to 3 PUs
Add to cart
20 -- add to cart
10 -- add to cart
5 -- add to cart
Discount of 10% on purchases of 4 PUs of one type. Discount of 20% on purchases of 8 PUs of one type.
Prices plus VAT and shipping costs

 

 

Special features:

Sea Dry container desiccants consist of a membrane that allows water vapour to penetrate and a transparent PE foil at the back to prevent moisture transfer. The individual bags are filled with calcium chloride and a binding agent, each with 100 g as a chain one after the other. The calcium chloride absorbs the water from the air and is converted into a gel-like material by the binding agent.

Sea-Dry HookSea-Dry adhesive dots The Sea Dry Desiccant Strips not only have a hook for hanging in the loops that are usually available in containers (Lash hooks) but also glue dots at the back for fixing. Thus, the chain bags can not only be fixed to the container wall but also directly to the cargo. The 600g version has three glue dots and the 1,200 g version has six glue dots.

Sea-Dry Cover The Sea Dry Blanket has 20 individual bags each with 100g. It is placed on the cargo and fixed using the 12 glue dots at the back. Thus, the goods can be protected directly in an easy and quick manner even before they are loaded.

Master Dry

Fields of application:

Master Dry and Sea Dry are used in transports by sea, land and air as well as during storage. Coffee, tea, cocoa, powdered milk, machinery, metal, furniture and many other goods are protected against damage caused by moisture, such as corrosion, mould, softened cardboard and labels coming off.

Master Dry and Sea Dry are a tried-and-trusted products for preventing two kinds of condensation:

1. Cargo sweat
This is produced when cool or cold cargo is transported in warm zones. Water then condenses on the surface of the cargo. The same thing also happens when you, for example, take a bottle out of your fridge in summer.

2. Container sweat
This is what the moisture is called that condenses on the inner walls of cargo containers. This happens when transports go from warm zones (tropics) into cool regions. The colder air cannot absorb as much moisture, as a result of which the surplus water condenses on the inner walls of the cargo container and then drops from the ceiling.

Details about the quantity of desiccant to be used can be found under the menu item "Recommended quantities as per container standards"

Master Dry