1) High absorbent: Made from sodium silicate, is a highly porous substance that can absorb up to 40% of its own weight, which makes this the highest absorption capacity of any commercially used silica gels.
2) Food grade silica gel: Our silica gels are non-toxic and 100% safe to be used with edibles.
3) Cobalt Chloride-free: Some silica gels have been impregnated with cobalt chloride that can cause significant health risks. Some of these risks include possibly causing cancer, along with skin and respiratory irritation. We offer a toxic free, safe alternative that does not contain cobalt chloride.
4) Environmentally friendly: Silica beads in our packets do not carry harmful environmental effects unlike other silica gels that contain cobalt chloride.
Our products come with our stamp of commitment - Air Lock Seal
In order for the silica beads to become silica gel packets, they are machine packed to our specific packet size requirement - 1 gram, 5 gram, 10 gram, 50 gram, etc.
But before we send out the packets to you, there is a final packing procedure that is done. We take great care in this process and we are extremely proud that we do. All our silica gels are meticulously and neatly packed into plastic packages that are then adhesive sealed - locking in your package. This will prevent air (and moisture) from getting into your package and affecting your silica gels. So, you can be certain that when you receive your product, you are getting silica gels at the freshest level.
And this sets us apart from the rest.
Just to throw it out there, all our silica gels and desiccants can be reactivated. This is the reason why we include some (if not all) orange indicating beads into the silica gel packets. The main purpose of these orange silica gels are to indicate whether the silica gels have been used (saturated). The way to tell is that the orange beads will turn green.
We do not advise you to reuse silica gels because the process can be troublesome and tedious, but we still want to let you know that our silica gels are indeed reusable.
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