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Use a dry box

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 25 11:07:45 EDT 1998 | Chris Fontaine

We use dry boxes manufactured by DMS Clean Room Products in Lawrence, MA. The phone number on the tag is (508)683-2325, but I think their area code changed to either 978 or 781 recently. We flow dry nitrogen through the box in order to ensure that

Nitrogen and dry cabinet

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 30 08:38:55 EDT 2002 | dasal

Truthfully, there are pro's and con's for both technologies. (put cost of ownership aside for one moment) Nitrogen won't dry humidified components as rapidly as a desiccant dry box. I'm talking about a self regenerating dry box that uses molecular s

Dry-Box Equipment

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 24 12:29:40 EDT 2011 | deanm

Manoel, No, we do not use Totech dry boxes. Just another name to consider.

Bake vs Dry Box

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 25 08:58:22 EDT 2019 | Matt

Hey all, i'm hoping to get some feedback from the community on baking process versus a dry box. current process we have for rework of PCBs is to perform a 16 hour bake cycle on hardware before BGA rework is performed. however this process is ineffi

Dry-Box Equipment

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 21 14:55:43 EDT 2011 | mbnetto

Hi Everybody, I'm needing to buy a Dry-box equipment and I know the brands Dr. Storage and Mc Dry only. Can anybody tell me another good brand so that I consider on my purchasing study? Thanks.

Dry Box

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 12 17:35:54 EST 2003 | jseagle

There is also McDry storage cabinets offered through Seika Machinery. www.seikausa.com

Dry-Box Equipment

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 22 09:50:53 EDT 2011 | mosborne1

McDry - don't even waste your time with anyone else..

Dry-Box Equipment

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 21 21:39:49 EDT 2011 | deanm

Hi Everybody, I'm needing to buy a Dry-box > equipment and I know the brands Dr. Storage and > Mc Dry only. Can anybody tell me another good > brand so that I consider on my purchasing > study? Thanks. Try Totech America at http://www.totech.co

MSD Control

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 23 12:11:54 EDT 2005 | DasonC

If you can, store the excess components in a dry box which can maintain below 5%.

Dry Box Storage

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 18 15:44:55 EST 2006 | adlsmt

That is an interesting idea. Would the air circulation increase the rate of oxidation on the component leads?

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