Dehumidification Drying Bags, etc.
Moisture Absorbers for Containers, Cars, Motorhomes, Caravans, Storage Units, etc. Removes moisture from the air and keeps the interior of the object dry, Reduces the risk of moisture damage, rust, mold, and bad odors.
SekoDry Ultra 300g absorbent
s used to protect products in containers, storage units, cars, caravans, boats, etc., during storage and transport. The active substance is calcium chloride. A hook for hanging makes it easy to place in containers.
With a unique combination of calcium chloride and a gelling agent, it's a highly effective and cost-efficient absorbent. Depending on temperature and humidity, the absorbent bag can absorb up to 400% of its own weight under optimal conditions.
SekoDry Ultra does not leak and remains solid throughout the process due to a binder that captures the liquid. The bag can be placed with the plastic side facing downwards (it doesn't need to be hung vertically). Used product can be sorted as household waste.
The bag is activated by being removed from the plastic bag they're delivered in. It has a shelf life of up to 5 years when unactivated. The effective duration is 6 to 8 weeks after activation, depending on temperature, humidity in the surrounding air, the quantity of product to be protected, climatic conditions, and transport time.
Minimum order: 20 units
Part Number: FP01
Drying bags, or moisture absorbers, are used to dehumidify the air in containers, cars, storage units, caravans, motorhomes, boats, and much more.
For those who experience frost or condensation on the inside of their cars in the morning, try placing one or two drying bags in the car. This removes moisture from the air and reduces the risk of condensation, rust, moisture damage, mold, odors, and more.
Drying bags suitable for containers often come with hooks for hanging inside the container's internal loops. However, these absorbers work just as well in other spaces beyond containers.
Here's a tip for container transport: Wrap the goods to be protected from moisture in plastic or other packaging, and place drying bags inside the packaging. Seal the container's vents with tape or another method to prevent humid air from entering. The same principle applies to other places where absorbers are used. Often, drying bags are placed inside boxes or packaging where the product is sensitive to moisture. In such cases, it's advisable to also protect the exterior of the boxes by wrapping or otherwise shielding the packaging from moisture.
You can place the bags flat even if they have hooks for hanging. The bags typically don't leak as they usually contain a substance that keeps the liquid in a solid form. If you're concerned about sensitive goods or surfaces, placing the bag on a plastic tray or similar can collect any potential leakage.
Most moisture absorbers are disposable products and should be discarded when they are full of absorbed water. As these bags usually contain harmless substances, they can often be disposed of in regular household waste.
Different absorbers have varying absorption capacities and active durations. The typical effective duration is 1-3 months depending on temperature, humidity, and other factors. Since an absorber can only take in a certain amount of moisture, its effective duration might be shorter if it reaches its absorption capacity sooner. When it's full, it won't absorb more moisture and needs to be replaced. In warmer and more humid conditions, moisture is absorbed more quickly and often in larger quantities compared to cooler and drier conditions.
Most absorbers have a maximum absorption capacity, which is usually not reached under typical conditions as it's calculated for higher temperatures and relative humidity levels.