Super Dry Totech Expands Long Term Storage Solutions Offering

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Building on the success of Super Dry Totech’s Long Term Storage Solutions, LTS2, the most recent development is the acquisition of a new building to expand on capacity and to minimize risk by assuring continuity should a disrupting incident occur in one of the facilities. Tapping into the company’s unparalleled experience and expertise of storing moisture sensitive components, LTS2 continues to grow significantly with ever-increasing demand and serving an ever-expanding worldwide client base. 

The new facility is compliant to international standards for MSD and long-term component storage and uses patented technologies for temperature and humidity control to ensure components are kept in optimal conditionstypically 13−14˚C and <5% rh. 

Different storage conditions are on offer to manage long term storage, eliminate associated reliability problems and aid manufacturers in their fight against obsolescence.

  • Controlled oxidation free environment 
  • Storage within a Nitrogen environment according to JEDEC JEP 160.

When components are held in storage, they only have guaranteed availability if the storage is safe and secure. The LTS facility is constructed according to the highest standards. It is Class A fire-proof and secure fences and 24/7 camera systems protect the storage facility and surroundings. All alarms connect directly with the local fire department.



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