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Desiccator Cabinets are sealable enclosures containing desiccants used for preserving moisture-sensitive items. A common use for desiccator cabinets is to protect chemicals which react with water from humidity. Cleanroom Desiccator companies are listed below in our directory. Use the desiccator cabinets directory and click on a company below to learn more about their cabinet offerings. If you click on either the title of the cleanroom desiccator cabinets company or on the “company profile” button, you can access details about the company such as contact information, product offering and locations.
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TDI International, Inc. specializes in the highest quality tweezers and electronics assembly hand tools as well as cleanroom and assembly equipment including dry boxes, glove boxes, and chairs.
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For over 25 years, Kenall has developed industry-leading expertise in Sealed Enclosure lighting. Our SimpleSeal™ luminaires are designed to maintain the particulate and contaminate requirements of cleanroom and containment areas, while being easy to install and inexpensive to maintain.
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Local and state governments invest about $100 million to build a micro-electronics clean room facility at the BRIDG center for advanced manufacturing research near Kissimmee, Florida. The facility is equipped with etchers, lasers, cleaners and printers for the manufacturing of semiconductors from silicon wafers. The new micro-electronics clean room facility will bring a new wave of high paying jobs to the local economy and will pave the road for future innovation in the semiconductor industry for Kissimmee, Florida.