There’s no time like the present to get your MSD storage house in order – and we mean in order! With brand new fixed and pull-out shelving options for the SmartDRY portfolio, staying organized is easy. But, this is just a very small part of the huge advantages SmartDRY delivers. Check these out and then put acquiring SmartDRY on the top of your “to do” list for 2017:
The electronics industry is taking note of a new approach to storage of moisture-sensitive devices. Now you can see for yourself what the SmartDRY excitement is all about. ECD's SmartDRY Intelligent Dry Storage™ technology has forever changed the way manufacturers view dry storage. No longer is the dry cabinet a temple on the manufacturing floor only to be opened once per shift. With SmartDRY, you can actually USE your dry storage cabinet and access parts as many as 10-12 times per hour.
Many businesses experience a "summer slowdown" in manufacturing volumes and orders and, in electronics, use this time to prepare for the typical ramp up for the holiday buying season. It’s not an unusual phenomenon, but one which has not affected ECD’s SmartDRY™ Intelligent Dry Storage™ product line.
You’ve seen the ads, read the news and heard what other manufacturers are saying; now see for yourself what all the excitement’s about.
The demands of moisture sensitive devices (MSDs) and the
standards that govern their handling have generated additional
manufacturing processes and procedures. In some cases, these
processes and procedures are no longer needed because the
standards have changed, are conservative in application or
even misinterpreted. Regardless of these realities, some processes,
like baking, have become entrenched – a permanent
fixture that may waste precious time, energy and money.
Much has been written on the subject of electrostatic discharge (ESD) and moisture and their destructive impact on sensitive electronic devices. With today’s ever-increasing densities and shrinking package sizes, damage is caused by even lower potentials and less moisture than ever before. It’s time to take a renewed look at the issues and consider better ways to monitor and document the environment in the electronics manufacturing industry.