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Desiccator UCD series

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The Palbam Class Bench Top N2 Desiccator Cabinets cut nitrogen expenses. Automates clean & dry storage, eliminating moisture & oxygen related degradation and optimizes yields. Units can be used individually on table tops. Stands are also available so that 2 or 3 cabinets can be mounted together. Fabrication materials: stainless steel 304 with electropolished finish and new static dissipative polycarbonate windows front & rear for excellent visibility inside cabinet. Palbam Class developed its first Desiccator Cabinets for the Semiconductor Industry. Due to the demands of this industry all the cabinets are manufactured from the cleanest materials available. Most manufacturers offer stainless steel accessories for their Desiccators. Palbam Class uses only Stainless Steel. All modular designs – and “plug and play” If you have a product which requires protection from: Particles + Moisture + Oxygen then Palbam Class offers you unique solutions. Nitrogen is the standard medium for contaminationfree storage because it is relatively inert–it neither reacts with stored materials nor carries moisture – and because it can be isolated and purified relatively inexpensively. Palbam Class Desiccator cabinets are set up so that an appropriate flow of nitrogen forces out all moistureand contamination-laden air. Because nitrogen has a lower specific gravity than air, it is introduced into the upper section of the desiccator; the heavier air is then purged out of the bottom. If you require custom designed Desiccators, Palbam Class has an Engineering and Design team which is recognized worldwide as a leader in this field.

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