Molecular Sieve Desiccant

Molecular Sieve Desiccant

Low humidity environment, better performance; suitable for products that require extremely dry packaging environment, and can reduce the moisture content in the air to below 0.01 g/m3.

Product Details

Raw Materials

This product uses 4A molecular sieve as the main raw material, which can still play an excellent role as a desiccant in a low-humidity environment. Other common desiccants can only reduce the water content in the air to about 0.4 g/m3; while the molecular sieve desiccant can reduce the water content in the air to below 0.01 g/m3, and the moisture absorption performance is better in a low-humidity environment.

Molecular Sieve Desiccant


It is suitable for products that require extremely dry packaging environment, and is often used in pharmaceuticals, security, lamps, collectibles, diagnostic reagents, electronic appliances, precision instruments, electronic control equipment, military aviation materials and other fields.

Precision Instruments
Diagnostic Reagents
Power Distribution Equipment
Electronic Appliances
Military Aviation Materials

Test Report

Can provide RoHS, halogen, SVHC etc test reports.

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