RJB Drybags 100 / 200™

RJB Drybags 100 / 200™ are based on the proven ability of calcium chloride to aggressively remove moisture from the air in smaller environments. The absorbed water is bound into a gel so that no liquid water is formed. It starts working as soon as it is removed from its sealed packaging. The smaller version “a single pouch” of the hanging container desiccants are specially designed for In-box use and can be produced in various sizes on request. Easy to install and remove and safe to use in any circumstance.

Our In-box desiccants are effective in controlling moisture inside of crates, cartons and other types of packaging to prevent mold, fungus, rust and other moisture related damages. The Calcium chloride absorbs moisture over 10 times more than traditional In-box desiccants. The absorbed water is bound into a gel so that no liquid water is formed.

Main specs

The In-box desiccants can be used for any type of cargo. The absorbing agent is calcium chloride (CaCl2), the calcium chloride absorbs moisture from the surrounding air passing in through its outer breathable packaging material. The viscous gel ensures absorbed moisture stays in the product. Made of a single layer of permeable material, Tyvek®. Double permeable. Used for normal applications. 

Suitable for

Why?

  • High absorption capacity
  • Easy to use
  • Quick implementable
  • Cost-effective
  • Protects loads throughout their journey
  • No loss of cargo space
  • Environmental friendly, no toxic materials
  • DIN-ISO 9001-2015 certified producer/supplier
  • REACH-registered (EU Mandatory registration for producer and buyer/user)

Suitable Cargo Guidelines

+/- 100 grams per cubic meter (m3). 

Environment, CSR & REACH

The desiccant is a single-use product and can be disposed as regular waste because safely sourced natural resources are used. The calcium chloride and gelling agents are non-toxic and the polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) plastics are recyclable.

The products are registered REACH coordinated by the European Chemical Agency, ECHA. These products are inspected by the Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (Ilent) per member state in the European Union.

In practice