Absolutely new product in the country, a one piece desiccant clay and silica gel condensation solution for shipping
containers and any application where dampness may be an issue. Our product is the most efficient on the market try it
but before you do......read this.........
"Condensation can appear when storing in shipping containers and during the inclement months of the year this can become more of an issue.
There are a number of contributory factors that create this problem. To understand this problem in greater detail well endeavour to explain. Used
shipping containers may have moisture in the floors from previous uses, and even new builds if left shut for prolonged periods may produce some
The items you are storing may well contain moisture of some kind even a bed mattress has a moisture content. Other house hold items like
dishwashers, clothing washing machines, fridges and freezers, even in winter or summer, will turn that moisture to vapor and as the temperature
Ultimately the result is that vapor will become water droplets that gather on the ceiling and start falling to the floor or on stored items. To help
prevent this there are many views and suggestions about, but in reality the most successful method is the use of chemical dehumidifiers. These
work very well as they either contain silica gel or desiccant clay depending on the product you buy.
Shipping lines have always traditionally used gel packets within clothing containers and electrical goods transportation. However “dry poles” as
they have become known do work well. The costs vary greatly but you should not pay any more than around ?30.00 each. Our recommended
supplier of these is www.welderjohn13.com a very good and environmentally safe product supplier. Manually insulating shipping containers with ply
clad compressed foam works but it is costly to achieve. Please contact us if you wish to learn more about moisture prevention in containers"