We offer desiccant bags for automotive refrigeration and for provide expert protection against moisture problems associated with air conditioning systems, electric vehicles, and alternative engines.
Description of desiccant bags for automotive refrigeration
Automotive refrigeration desiccant bags are a solution to protect air conditioning systems and other automotive components which could have significant moisture problems. It is a product that provides expert protection against humidity to electric vehicles, trucks, buses and vans, which have cooling systems that produce more humidity. The most common drying agent in these automotive refrigeration moisture-absorbing bags is molecular sieve (IMDS registered). However, silica gel or clay desiccants are also used. The materials of the desiccant bags used in air conditioning systems meet the highest quality requirements (the corresponding aging, stability and compatibility tests have been carried out).
These are some of the most relevant advantages of the desiccant bags for automotive refrigeration:
- High stiffness and strength of non-woven material.
- Extreme solder strength of desiccant bags (also as tubular bags compared to a four-sided seal)
- Suitable as a filter in refrigeration systems
- Very low handling and installation costs
- Corrosion prevention
- Increased system reliability
- Peripheral component protection
- Approval for R134a and HFO-1234yf refrigerants
The width of the desiccant bags for use in automotive air conditioning systems can be flexibly adjusted between 30 and 150 mm. Desiccant bags for electric vehicles and alternative motors can be produced up to a width of 200mm. The length of the desiccant bags is flexible up to 350 mm. Of course, special designs can also be made according to your individual needs.
At Sercalia we offer you customized solutions adapted to your specific needs according to the desiccant bags for automotive refrigeration that you need. To make any questions about the product, or to request a quote that meets your needs, contact us here.