Adsorption drying process

  • 06-May-2009 04:27 EDT
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Totech Super Dry's moisture sensitive device (MSD) handling process dries components at speeds competitive with traditional methods and without the oxidation problems associated with traditional baking. Designed to surpass challenges associated with IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033B.1 for handling of MSDs, the XSD series desiccant cabinets offer a host of performance features proven to reduce device drying times by as much as 75%. The XSD series’ Zeolite drying unit achieves humidity levels under 0.5% relative humidity (RH). This low RH, combined with an integrated precision heating system with a highly stable profile, combats the oxidation inherent in traditional component baking. The XSD series cabinets are heavily insulated, consume a fraction of the energy of baking or vacuum ovens, and are equipped with several additional features including precision measurement, 24/7 data logging, and an ergonomic touch-screen operator interface.
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