Seika Announces Plans for Optimized Drying Units to be Incorporated into all McDry Cabinets


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Seika Machinery Inc.'s McDry cabinets will soon be able to maintain one percent RH levels with the new optimized drying units, like the McDry DXU-1001A UL Quick Dehumidifying Model. The McDry name is known for high performance, quality, and its market longevity. 

The new McDry DXU-1001A high performance dry cabinet quickly recovers back to set point 2-3 times faster than previous models. Additionally, McDry cabinets can be monitored safely and effectively with the DicksonOne data loggers. Features of the DicksonOne include: 

  • Cloud-based, security data storage
  • Multiple unit monitoring
  • Multiple sample rates
  • Email, phone and text alerts 

All McDry ultra-low humidity storage cabinets conform to IPC/JEDEC J-STD 033C and IPC 1601 Standards. Additionally, the ESD safe design adheres to the IEC-61340-5-1 (ESD) Standard. McDry cabinets dehumidify ICs to prevent micro-cracking and are an alternative to baking, MBBs and nitrogen storage.

About Seika Machinery, Inc.

Seika Machinery, Inc. (SMI) is a subsidiary of Seika Corporation, Japan and member of the Mitsubishi Global Group. SMI provides electronics manufacturers with advanced machinery, superior materials and engineering services.

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