Monthly Archives: March 2019

  1. Why choose desiccator storage?

    Why choose desiccator storage?

    As critical components become smaller and more sophisticated, their susceptibility to moisture damage increases.

    Once absorbed by sensitive components, water creates a number of potentially disastrous conditions. Even minute traces of oxidation, the most notorious result of moisture exposure, can degrade soldering and other manufacturing processes. Because water dissolves ionic contaminants, it also alters the conductivity of the material, which in turn can degrade electrical function. Water also combines with other materials, causing harmful chemical reactions that degrade pharmaceutical samples and chemical mixtures.

    "Popcorn Effect": Moisture Damage in IC Production

    One particularly costly example of moisture-related damage is the "popcorn" effect that occurs during reflow soldering of IC packages.

    Although the vast majority of integrated circu

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  2. Why choose a Terra desiccator?

    Why choose a Terra desiccator?
    Compare Terra's Advanced Designs and Fabrication Experience

    At first glance, most desiccators look pretty similar. It's not until you put them into service—and fill them with delicate, expensive parts—that differences in quality become apparent.

    When you invest in a Terra desiccator cabinet, you benefit from 40 years of design innovation and manufacturing experience. Simply put: Terra desiccators function better and function longer.

    Doors
    The First Failure Point of a Desiccator Cabinet - Terra's full 304 stainless steel door frames offer the strongest door construction in the industry
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  3. Chemical Compatibility Chart — Plastics

    This chart is intended as a general guide for various materials and chemicals. It shows some of the materials used in Terra’s products and chemicals likely to be used with them. Testing is strongly recommended for extreme conditions of use, such as prolonged exposure or immersion, high temperatures and high concentrations. The acids, caustics and salts in this chart are assumed to be in solution. Materials may react differently to the pure substances (glacial acetic acid, for example). See Terra Universal's line of plastic Desiccators.

    Hazards Key
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    Hazards (Only the primary ones are shown. For example, chlorine

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