Desiccant is also known as moisture-proof beads, moisture-proof agents, drying bags, dehumidifying agents, and the like. As the name implies, it is used for drying and moisture-proof. For example, the desiccant in the food bag absorbs the moisture in the bag, and the food will not get damp and deteriorate, and maintain a fresh and crisp taste. A desiccant is a product of a water scavenger that absorbs moisture from the atmosphere. Desiccant is mainly used for packaging and sealing of articles, static adsorption of confined space, removal of moisture, control of relative humidity, and protection against moisture and mildew. Desiccants are widely used in clothing, shoes and hats, handbags, food, medicine, toys, wood products, electronic products, container transportation and other industries.
Is desiccant useful? The answer is yes. Place a desiccant in the package of the product to effectively control the relative humidity inside the package and prevent the product from getting wet, deteriorated or damaged.
Are silica beads bad for the environment?
Silica gel is irritating to the respiratory tract and may cause irritation of the digestive tract, and dust from the beads may cause irritation to the skin and eyes, so precautions should be taken. Crystalline silica dust can cause silicosis, but synthetic amorphous silica gel is indurated so does not cause silicosis.
Moisture, spoilage, mold and mildew absorption process
Breather transformer applications
Industrial air, gases and solvent drying
Compressed and refrigerant air dehydration