What is dry cabinet and how it works?
In the Electronics Manufacturing Industry, it has a wide usage area for storing Moisture Sensitive Components (MSDs) and PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards) in a moisture-free environment. The rising process temperatures with the transition to lead-free soldering create a threat to components and PCBs. The moisture inside the electronic components entering the SMD Reflow Soldering Ovens evaporates suddenly at high temperatures and tries to get out of the component with pressure and causing malfunctions such as cracking, swelling, delamination, and popcorn effect. According to IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033 Joint Industry Standard moisture sensitive devices (MSDs) should be stored in a moisture-free environment. X-Treme Series Auto Dry Cabinets is also an IPC member and carries out cabinet production according to this standard.
As X-Treme Series Auto Dry Cabinet solutions, we provide smart storage solutions for drying, baking, storing, and testing moisture-sensitive devices (MSDs). Dry Cabinet, can be adjusted between 0.5%Rh – 95%Rh (Relative Humidity) and 2ᵒC – 125ᵒC temperature values.
Our Dry Cabinet solutions increase productivity by contributing to production quality and increase production profitability by preventing high-cost production failures.
In other words, the dry cabinet is also called: a desiccator, desiccant dry cabinet, dry box, dehumidifying cabinet, low humidity Cabinets, ultra-low humidity storage cabinet, and humidity-controlled cabinet. See more about our solutions on this page.