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Multisorb Technologies, Inc: Custom Thermoformed Bags

Versatility and Flexibility for Mobile and Stationary Air Conditioningand Refrigeration SystemsMultisorb Technologies offers a complete selection of Thermoformed DesiccantBags specifically designed to solve moisture problems associated with airconditioning and refrigeration systems, both mobile and stationaryapplications.

Our engineers can design Thermoformed Desiccant Bags in many shapes and

sizes to fit into just about any A/C or refrigeration application. The

unique bags feature proprietary Electrostitch® sealing technology to ensure

product reliability for maximum performance.

Thermoformed Desiccant Bags offer distinct advantages for A/C and

refrigeration systems to help:

* Prevent internal corrosion

* Improve system reliability

* Protect system components

* Extend system life

Typical applications include:


* Automobile A/C systems

* Refrigerated transportation vehicles

* Truck and bus A/C systems


* Commercial/residential A/C systems

* Refrigerated warehouses/coolers

* Industrial cooling systems

Why use desiccants in air conditioning and refrigeration systems?

Moisture collects within any air conditioning or refrigeration system even

though the system is sealed. Refrigerant breakdown and the reaction of

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system contaminants with this moisture can lead to internal corrosion

especially in thin gauge flow tubes fins evaporators and other system


Desiccants adsorb moisture that collects within components to eliminate the

potential for internal corrosion. They provide ongoing protection against

moisture to help improve system reliability and extend the life of the

entire A/C or refrigeration system.

Thermoformed Desiccant Bags have many benefits:

Thermoformed Desiccant Bags are designed to provide a cost-effective

solution to problems associated with loose fill packed bed desiccants.

Thermoformed bags:

*Won't damage system components - Unlike loose desiccant materials

which can leak into an A/C or refrigeration system clogging passages and

damaging components such as a compressor Thermoformed Bags hold the

desiccant in a durable compact polyester felt package. Proprietary

Electrostitch sealing technology virtually eliminates the potential for

leakage of loose desiccant materials. In addition the bags' mesh material

can filter other impurities from the system's refrigerant and lubricating


Loose fill packed bed desiccants used in a receiver drier can leak

into the A/C system where it can clog passages and damage components such as moving compressor parts.

Thermoformed Bags hold the desiccant virtually eliminating the potential


for leakage of loose desiccant materials.

* Provide easy assembly to reduce labor costs - The Thermoformed bags

enable easy installation and can be integrated with automated assembly lines

for reduced labor costs and increased production efficiency. In receiver

dryers loose fill desiccants typically involve hand-pouring of the

desiccant material and require installation of metal plates and fiberglass

pads to hold the material in place. SorbaRing® thermoformed bags can

eliminate these metal plates fiberglass pads and other components to

simplify design and purchasing requirements. For accumulator dryers we

offer a unique SaddleForm® saddle bag design that is self-retaining so it

stays in place once installed.

* Meet the exact specifications of your application - They are available

in three standard forms -- SorbaRing® Bags SaddleForm® Bags and Cups.

Thermoformed Desiccant Bags come in an array of sizes and shapes and can be

designed for your specific applications.

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