Summer Sale on Select Seika's McDry Dry Cabinets


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Seika Machinery, Inc., a leading provider of advanced machinery, materials and engineering services, today announced its summer sale on select McDry models. The company has brought in many popular models to meet demand and is offering a discount for a limited time.

McDry cabinets are the first desiccant based drying systems especially built for electronics assemblers and introduced in the U.S. more than 30 years ago. All cabinets are the latest models with upgraded dehumidification speed and recovery to set point two to three times faster. Additionally, the desiccant automatically recycles and does not require replacement.

All McDry cabinets maintain a 1% RH level and conform to the IPC-JEDEC J-STD 033D and IPC-1602 as well as the ESD standard, IEC-61340-5-1. Models in stock or coming by July include: DXU-1001A, DXU-1002A, DXU-1002LA, MCU-340A, MCU-201A, MC-1002A, MB-1001A and MB-301A. Supplies limited and sale subject to availability.

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