PIT Equipment Services Represents XDry Humidity Controlled Cabinets on the East Coast


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XDry Corp., a leading supplier of humidity-controlled storage cabinets for manufacturing, laboratories and preservation, has  announced an exclusive representative agreement with PIT Equipment Services, LLC on the east coast. Don Dennison of PIT will represent XDry humidity-controlled storage cabinets in Southeastern New York, New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania.

PIT started in 1988 with a mission to assist electronic assembly companies in the New York / New Jersey / Eastern Pennsylvania metropolitan area. The key to their long-term success is service and support of each product sold.

“With more than 30 years of experience in the electronics field, we look forward to working together and increasing the XDry market share in the New York metro area,” stated Don Dennison.

XDry has been providing humidity-controlled storage cabinets for more than 15 years. The storage systems are self-contained and easy to maintain. With XDry, there is no need for nitrogen or compressed air – just plug the cabinet into the wall and it is ready to go.

XDry’s cabinet environment can be maintained from ambient to 1% RH, providing constant and stable storage at precisely the required RH level. XDry storage cabinets satisfy standards such as IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033 and IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020.

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