Hydry products protect your cargo from moisture damage by absorbing condensation that forms within shipping containers.
Check out our Hydry products to find the solution that best meets your container moisture control needs.
By absorbing up to three times its own weight in humidity Hybag effectively dehumidifies shipping containers and protects your cargo from moisture damage.
Hypad provides ideal protection against moisture damage caused by leaks and spills and sits flat beneath the cargo.
Hyblanket can be easily hung above or placed on top of cargo to absorb any moisture that forms on the ceiling of the shipping container, keeping your goods dry throughout the shipping process.
Whether you are looking for a shipping container dehumidifier, such as the Hybag, or a moisture absorber, like the Hypad and Hyblanket, we offer a wide variety of products that control moisture and keep your cargo safe.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is a shipping container dehumidifier?
A container dehumidifier can be used to reduce the moisture content in a shipping container. It is one component of a range of products that can be used to stop the condensation cycle within a metal shipping container.
What is Hydry?
Hydry products are designed to absorb excess moisture without requiring access to a live electricity source. The Hydry condensation cycle control includes a range of products, including the Hybag, Hypad, and Hyblanket. Each of these products can be used as a shipping container condensation eliminator.
Why do I need to use shipping container moisture control products?
Shipping container condensation can damage the cargo transported inside metal shipping containers. Container condensation prevention is designed to circumvent container rain, which occurs when the walls and ceiling of a shipping container become colder than the dew point of the air inside the container.
What kind of damage does a container dehumidifier prevent?
The proper shipping container dehumidifier system can prevent packaging deterioration, mold growth, product warping, and the caking of powder found in shipped goods.