One of the main causes of claims of their products transported in maritime containers, is usually the humidity that is created inside the container, the so-called “rain effect”.
The humidity of the air together with the humidity that the packagings carry, tend to create inside a tropical microclimate that facilitates the penetration of water vapor inside the transported packagings. This process results in the formation of condensation, forming and drying several times during the journey, and ultimately ends up damaging the merchandise. Preventing the formation of condensation inside the container is the indispensable task to protect and preserve the quality of its products during export in containers.
Desiccant bags are used to protect merchandise during transport in maritime containers, and are used to protect products and packaging during the journey of possible damage to the goods, such as oxidation, humidity …
The desiccants must be placed outside the packaging, hanging or on top of the pallets. In this way, it will absorb the condensation that occurs inside the containers, the so-called “rain effect”, and will protect the packaging and its products from possible damage to the goods, such as oxidation, humidity, etc.