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Introduction:

The Secador desiccating cabinets form an entire family of products, known for their very high quality but with economical prices. They are intended for both long and short terms storage of critical laboratory samples that must be stored in a dry, dust-free and oil-free environment. These desiccator cabinets feature a new contemporary design and would fit right into the environment of any modern laboratory anywhere. The material of construction is DuraStar® plastic which has all of the important mechanical and impact properties of polycarbonate for this application, but has the optical properties of an acrylic.

Desiccating Cabinet Summary of features:

Simple easy to understand product line:
We have listed below in easy-to-understand language the features of the Secador desiccating cabinets:

Selection of the desiccating cabinet that is right for your application:

The cabinets are available in small or large models, with either horizontal or vertical orientation. They are also available in completely clear, completely blue, clear with blue end caps, or amber. Choose either a standard Secador Desiccator Cabinet or a Secador Auto-Desiccator Cabinet to meet your specific humidity and/or dust protection requirements. The stackable small model is ideal for maximizing storage space in the minimum size footprint.

All cabinets block out 98% of UV radiation. In addition, amber cabinets also reduce 50% of visible light giving added protection to those light sensitive samples.

Built-in hygrometer
Each Secador cabinet has a built in hygrometer giving a quick-check on relative humidity levels. While not a precision instrument, it does register any significant changes in humidity. The unit can easily be checked to see if it is in calibration.

The Secador cabinets may be ordered with optional gas ports. Two ports are located on the back of the units which allow positive pressure to flow through the cabinet.

Vacuum desiccators these are not!
None of the Secador line of desiccators is designed to be used under vacuum and indeed if one tried to do this, a potential safety hazard could exist due to the possibility of implosion. For vacuum applications, one should use only specially designed vacuum desiccators, ones specifically designed for use under vacuum.

Secador Desiccator Cabinet 1.0
Secador Desiccator Cabinet 1.0
Secador Desiccator Cabinet 2.0
Secador Desiccator Cabinet 2.0
Secador Desiccator Cabinet 3.0
Secador Desiccator Cabinet 3.0
Secador Desiccator Cabinet 4.0 Larger Vertical Design
Secador Desiccator Cabinet 4.0 Larger Vertical Design
Secador Desiccator Cabinet 4.0 Large Horizontal Design
Secador Desiccator Cabinet 4.0 Large Horizontal Design