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DesiCap Caps/Vials

DesiCap® custom designed and standard caps and vials offer aninnovative desiccant to keep bottle contents fresh and dry. If you packageyour product in a bottle, and it requires protection from moisture damage orodors, you can speed up your packaging line and save space by using DesiCap.
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DesiCap has several distinct advantages for your packaging:

* Saves space and speeds packaging time

* Ingestion proof; no desiccant cartridge to lose

* Dust-free desiccant barrier prevents contamination of your product

* Optional translucent cap allows use of indicating desiccants

* Activated carbon available for odor control

* Unique vapor seal keeps out moisture

* Available in press fit style and available complete with bottle

* Ample desiccant charge for long life

* Controlled porosity of barrier prolongs desiccant life

Typical applications include:

* Deliquescent materials

* Effervescent Pharmaceuticals

* Metals

* Plastics

* Medical diagnostic kits

* Any bottled product that requires protection from moisture or odors

Indicating Desiccants

DesiCap is available in translucent tops allowing for the use of indicating

desiccants which turn color from blue to pink when saturated. This signals

that the desiccant has done its job and should be replaced.

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