Desiccator Cabinet Comparison

DMS Manual Purge Desiccant Dry Cabinet

Manual Refreshing Desiccant Dry Cabinets

Applications:
CleanPro® desiccant dry cabinets are a low cost solution that is typically used for temporary or non-critical applications.
Drying Method:
The desiccant absorbs moisture and must be replaced by hand once it is saturated.
Recovery Time:
Varies
Initial Cost:
Low
Operation Cost:
Low
Calibration Required:
No
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Eureka Automatic Purge Desiccant Dry Cabinet

Automatic Refreshing Desiccant Dry Cabinets

Applications:
StatPro CPDC Series desiccator cabinets provide automatic RH control of <5% and user adjustable 10% - 50% RH environments with very fast recovery times for a turnkey, no-maintenance solution.
Drying Method:
The desiccant is heated at regular intervals to refresh it's drying capability.
Recovery Time:
<30 Minutes
Initial Cost:
Moderate
Operation Cost:
Low - The desiccant is regenerating, eliminating the cost of consumables.
Calibration Required:
No
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Terra Universal Manual Purge Nitrogen Dry Cabinet

Manual Purge Nitrogen Dry Cabinets

Applications:
Dry gas desiccator cabinets use a nitrogen purge to displace the moisture within the cabinet, creating clean, moisture-free storage. They are available in clear acrylic, static dissipative PVC or stainless steel models.
Drying Method:
When a door is opened, the nitrogen flow is increased to displace the humid air within the cabinet.
Recovery Time:
~60 Seconds
Initial Cost:
Low
Operation Cost:
High - The high consumption of nitrogen increases the cost.
Calibration Required:
No
Notes:
Nitrogen shock is a risk in rooms with poor ventilation.
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Palbam Class Automatic Purge Nitrogen Dry Cabinet

Automatic Purge Nitrogen Dry Cabinets

Applications:
Palbam Class desiccator cabinets cut nitrogen expenses by up to 80% by automating clean, dry benchtop storage, eliminating moisture & oxygen related degradation and optimizing yields.
Drying Method:
A humidity monitor automatically controls the flow of nitrogen, purging the chamber until set parameters are met.
Recovery Time:
~60 Seconds
Initial Cost:
High
Operation Cost:
Moderate - Automatic control greatly reduces the amount of nitrogen consumed.
Calibration Required:
Yes
Notes:
Reduced risk of nitrogen shock due to lower nitrogen use.
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