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What are desiccant capsules?

Desiccant capsules are safe, non-toxic and non-dusting sorbent cartridges that provide exceptional moisture adsorbing capacity in a small space. With a number of desiccant types available, versatile desiccant capsules can protect a variety of packaged products from the effects of moisture including caking, mildew, fermentation, potency loss and decreased shelf life. Desiccant capsules are available with Silica Gel, Indicating Silica Gel, Molecular Sieve, and Indicating Molecular Sieve.

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What are the benefits of using them?

  • Non-dusting
  • Compact size
  • Greater moisture capacity in less space
  • Durable construction
  • Compatibility with automatic insertion equipment

Typical Applications

  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Medical diagnostic kits
  • Electronic equipment
  • Optical instruments


How much desiccant do you need?

The desiccant capsule product is a commercially available industrial product used for a wide variety of drying applications in the pharmaceutical, electronics, optics, laboratory, and other fields. For specific pricing information, please contact us and reference the specific part number (P/N) and the quantity desired. Please note that it is virtually impossible to provide you with accurate pricing without information as to your quantity required. Customers in different fields have monthly usage volumes that range from 800 individual units to over 550,000 per month.

In order to provide individuals, who require sample quantities for testing and and evaluation, we have created the following package sizes. Please note that if you are pharmaceutical, biomedical, or electronic company looking to evaluate these items, these packages have been lot coded for traceability and packaged in secure moisture barrier packaging that will meet or exceed the production volume packaging. Thus, these items are much more appropriate for evaluation than any poly bag samples that would be provided via our sales personnel.


.75 Gram "Thin" Indicating Silica Gel

Gram Weight = .75g Diameter = 11/32" Length = .875"

1.0 Gram Non - Indicating Silica Gel

Gram Weight = 1.0g Diameter = 1/2" Length = .593"

1.0 Gram Indicating Silica Gel

Gram Weight = 1.0g Diameter = 1/2" Length = .593"

1.5 Gram "Thin" Indicating Silica Gel

Gram Weight = 1.5g Diameter = 11/32" Length = 1.625"

1.5 Gram Indicating Silica Gel

Gram Weight = 1.5g Diameter = 1/2" Length = .84"

2.5 Gram Indicating Silica Gel

Gram Weight = 2.5g Diameter = 1/2" Length = 1.375"

Are you looking for small packets? We have 12 standard sizes.


What are Plastic Desiccant Canisters?

Plastic Desiccant Canisters are safe, non-toxic sorbent canisters to adsorb moisture and odor in pharmaceutical and diagnostic product packaging. Featuring a non-dusting design and sonically welded end caps, Plastic Desiccant Canisters eliminate the dusting and other problems associated with conventional canisters.

What are the benefits of using them?

  • Virtually non-dusting to eliminate product contamination
  • Welded ends for greater structural strength - stay sealed even under extreme pressure
  • No label to move, catch, shift or fall off
  • Can withstand irradiation for sterilization

Typical Applications

  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Medical diagnostic kits
  • Electronics
  • Vitamins

Plastic Desiccant Canisters have features that make it easy to substitute them for other canisters you may be using. They are sized to fit existing dispensing equipment, so you don?t have to make expensive or complex alterations to your production line. Plastic Desiccant Canisters are made of FDA grade High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) so you don?t need to perform additional stability testing, and they offer effective adsorption rates to protect your product. In addition, they can withstand irradiation to allow for final product sterilization.


Handling of desiccants is critical to their performance. The moisture adsorption capacity of desiccant packets can be diminished by up to 25% within one hour or less of exposure depending on the RH of the environment. Care should be taken to ensure that desiccant packets are stored and handled properly to ensure maximum effectiveness.



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