IPT to Distribute Super Dry Totech Products in the Irish Market


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Super Dry Totech has inked an exciting new partnership with Irish distributor IPT. IPT will be distributing Super Dry’s full range of Dry Cabinets and dry storage solutions to the Irish market, strengthening the Totech channel in Ireland.

Super Dry Totech began nearly a decade ago as a distribution and technical support channel for ultra-low humidity dry cabinets with patented Zeolite technology. Rapid growth was fuelled by European RoHS legislation that magnified the need to carefully control product failures caused by moisture sensitive devices (MSDs). Since then, Super Dry® Totech has become an independent design and manufacturing organization serving global markets with leading edge MSD solutions.

IPT is a technical distributor of equipment to the medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturing sectors, specialising in packaging equipment, packaging testing and inspection equipment, automation equipment, manufacturing equipment and serialisation equipment.

Managing Director of IPT Jack Daly is pleased to partner with Super Dry® Totech, a member of the ASYS Group, “Having partnered with ASYS for many years, we are delighted to grow our relationship and distribute Super Dry Totech’s ultra-low humidity dry cabinets with patented Zeolite technology in Ireland.

Super Dry Totech’s Managing Director Jos Brehler is excited to bring its dry cabinets to Ireland through the IPT partnership, “Our development efforts have produced new levels of drying performance as well as environmentally responsible, industry-leading solutions such as our XSD & XSDB series.”

Delivering globally to the world’s top tier OEM and EMS companies, and manufacturing in Asia and in Europe, Totech Super Dry has become the industry measure for ultra-low humidity storage cabinets.  Proper control of moisture sensitive devices (MSDs) per IPC and JEDEC standards has become more critical than ever since the introduction of lead free and its higher reflow temperatures.  Boasting

As of May 2017 ASYS automation Group (Dornstadt, Germany)  became a majority investment partner.

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