Benefits of Silica Gel Desiccant Packets

By Delta Adsorbents on 3/29/2019

Silica Gel Desiccant PacketsHave you ever heard of “adsorbing”?  No, not absorbing but adsorbing.  There is a difference between these two processes.  Understanding what adsorbing is can help explain Silica Gel Desiccant Packets and how they work to preserve your products.    

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What Are Different Silica Gel Options?

By Delta Adsorbents on 12/12/2016

There are many different types of Silica Gel that we offer. Silica Gel has a large area of internal surface area. It is a tasteless, odorless, non-toxic, non-corrosive, and chemically inert substance.  The types of Silica Gel are blue indicating silica gel, white silica gel, flower dry silica, silica gel unit pack tyvek, silica gel desicant packets, blue indicating silica gel packets and orange indicating silica gel packets.  

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What is Silica Gel?

By Delta Adsorbents on 12/6/2016

Silica gel desiccant is available in packets or in bulk and can be found in packages or items.  They are used to keep things dry and absorb moisture. 

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How to Rejuvenate Indicating Bulk Silica Gel and Molecular Sieve

By Delta Adsorbents on 6/9/2016

How to instructions for re-drying indicating bulk silica gel and molecular sieve.When your indicating (blue or orange) bulk silica gel or molecular sieve has reached its maximum use, don’t throw it away…re-dry so it can be used once again!

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What is the difference between white, blue and orange silica gel?

By Delta Adsorbents on 2/10/2016

What is the difference between white, blue and orange silica gel?Silica Gel Desiccant, White, Blue or Orange?

Which silica gel is the best desiccant for your humidity and moisture problems?

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A Few Things You Should Know About Desiccant Air Breathers

By Delta Adsorbents on 9/1/2015

In the past, air vents and breather caps have been the default choice when it comes to air venting methods. Air Sentry is always looking to improve, which has forced the development of our latest technologies, such as being able to offer minimal contamination control. This has led into the introduction of Desiccant Air Breathers.

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Desiccants, How are they used? What do they do?

By Delta Adsorbents on 5/19/2014

Desiccants are hygroscopic property enhanced substances that are widely used as drying agents in commercial and residential areas. These drying agents are helpful in protecting the valuable machinery, furniture, and other construction areas from damages caused by over accumulation of moisture and dampness. Health issues and loss of property can be a major cause of worry during the climatic conditions with greater humidity during the rainy season. The presence of greater humidity in the air gives rise to the breeding of microbial organisms that can cause serious diseases in the body.

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