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Multisorb Technologies, Inc: Hot Melt Sorbent Loaded Film

Desimax SLF (Sorbent Loaded Film) is a technology that blendsdesiccants into a variety of hot melts to provide an extremely versatile,efficient and cost effective method for adsorbing moisture within packaging.
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Desimax SLF can eliminate one step in the packaging operation - desiccant

loading.

Distinct advantages for your packaging:

* Can be applied to packaging with the ease of a hot melt adhesive as a

glue strip line bead thin film coating or even screen printed

* Can be applied at the bottom of a vial in the top of a cap or on the

inside of foil packaging

* Eliminates loose packets or cartridges - it is virtually invisible to

the consumer

Typical applications include:

* Pharmaceuticals

* Medical diagnostic packaging

* Electronics and Electro-optics

* Medical Devices

Versatility for a variety of packaging requirements

Desimax SLF offers the flexibility to meet the requirements of a wide

variety of new and more sophisticated packaging designs. Multisorb offers

Desimax SLF in silica gel or molecular sieve compositions with different

blends available to meet specific packaging requirements.

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