The Dr. Storage XC Series of Industrial Quality Dry Cabinets are our most economical models and are specially designed to store moisture sensitive Surface Mount Technology (SMT) Components and Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) used in high tech manufacturing. All of our Desiccant Dry Cabinets are built to comply with the industry standard J-STD-033. The Dr. Storage XC Low Humidity Cabinets are plug and play, feature a rugged air tight design and are available in six different sizes. All XC Series Dry Cabinets come standard with an anti-static package, adjustable shelves, wheels, locking doors, decimal digital display and a countdown calibration reminder.
The Dr. Storage X2B Series of Industrial Quality Desiccant Cabinets are slightly more advanced than our entry level XC Series models. Built to maintain an internal environment of they feature an added LED Display Control Panel to simultaneously display temperature & humidity values. Each model features Humidity Manager Software an anti-static package, adjustable shelves, wheels , locking doors, storage bins*, decimal digital display, countdown calibration reminder, RS-232 port for data collection and sensors with 2% accuracy. All X2B Dry Cabinets are built to comply with the IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033 standards
The F1 Series of Ultra Low Humidity Dry Cabinets feature humidity ranges of 1%RH, exceeding the requirements of the IPC and Jedec J-STD-033 standards. These Dry Cabinets offer higher humidity control compared to our XC Series. The F1 Dry Cabinets are specially designed to prevent the oxidation of moisture sensitive high tech manufacturing devices and components. All F1 Dry Cabinets are supplied with Humidity Manager Software so humidity and temperatures conditions inside the cabinets can be monitored and saved to the software. Coloured graphs are drawn and the data can be used for validating processes or to show compliance to standards. Cabinets are supplied with an anti-static package, adjustable shelves, wheels, locking doors, decimal digital display, countdown calibration reminder, and sensors with 2% accuracy.
These dual purpose cabinets can be used as standard Humidity Controlled Storage Cabinets or as 60°C Baking Cabinets. Baking stored components in a 40℃ or 60℃ environment can in many cases “reverse the clock” by removing stored moisture. Unlike baking at the traditional 125℃, baking at lower temperatures can lessen the risk of rapid moisture expansion. The lower temperature mitigates the oxidation and the stored parts can then be baked indefinitely. Perhaps for this reason IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033B dictates that you should never bake components or printed circuit boards at 125°C, more than twice in their life time.