Counteracting Dew Condensation in Containers
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Counteracting Dew Condensation in Containers


Counteracting Dew Condensation in Containers

The new product CT SHEET was developed by NYK Logistics Technology Institute and Sanyo Co. (Japan). The letters CT are an abbreviation for the words Condensation Terminator. CT SHEET has been tested and proven effective and viable in transport experiments since last year. The main feature of the water absorbent sheet is that it prevents propagation of water particles though the air and by installing it on lashing rings in the container it is possible to prevent dew condensation rising to the ceiling and falling on cargo.

The sheet will not sag greatly even if the weight increases due to water absorption. And in comparison with other methods, it contributes to labour saving and is quite easy to set up or take down. It is effective in the transportation of a large number of goods including coffees and cacaos which contain mainly water, for foodstuffs such as cereal and grain, canned food (preventing rust), wooden wares and carton boxes which need protection against water. The inventors are presently in the process of taking out a patent on the product.

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