Desiccator Cabinets

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Desiccator Cabinets

Desiccator Cabinets

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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Thomas Scientific

Thomas Scientific, CE Cleanroom Solutions Thomas Scientific, CE Cleanroom Solutions 833.544.SHIP (7447) International Sales Thomas Scientific Website Thomas Scientific, CE Cleanroom Solutions Thomas Scientific provides the latest in equipment and supplies to the...

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Cleanroom Connection

Cleanroom ConnectionCleanroom Connection 160 Creekside Park Suite 202, Spring Branch, TX 78070 800 616 5319 https://www.cleanroomsupplies.com/ Cleanroom Connection YOUR SINGLE-SOURCE SUPPLIER FOR CLEANROOM CONSUMABLES Our sales and cleanroom consulting team has over...

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TDI International Inc.

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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