The purchase of a desiccant dry cabinet can be an excellent beginning or worthy addition to any MSD program; providing a low cost, secure, maintenance free method of protecting your valuable moisture sensitive inventory. A through evaluation of the load to be placed on the dry cabinet and proper consideration of the performance expected will assist in determining what cabinet will be the best for the application; ensuring that the cabinet plays a positive role in reducing moisture related defects. Lastly, the variations in cost in the marketplace is wide, however simply selecting a dry cabinet based on cost alone without examining factors such as; local support locations, North American electrical regulatory approvals, available options (both factory and field installable), performance, continued innovation, etc.. may cause more frustration than the money it saved was worth.

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ArticlesVisit our new section on articles related to the dry cabinet industry. Our first featured piece discusses storage within the PCB manufacturing environment.

Click here to see our extensive list of additional items that can be added to your dry cabinet. Options include everything from extra shelves and dividers to locks and alarms.

Dry Cabinet Options

Totech America offers a wide selection of cabinets to choose from, including storage for printed circuit boards, optics, laboratory equipment, industrial equipment, collectables, media, and more (select an application at the top of this page). If you don’t find what you’re looking for click on our customs page, and our engineers will be happy to put together the perfect solution for you, at a cost that’s less expensive than you may think!