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Silica gel blue contains “cobalt chloride” as an indicating dye; hence consider carcinogenic and releases toxic fumes.

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Silica gel Orange beads are organic and environmentally friendly as they contain organic dye, i.e. phenolphthalein

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Silica gel is an amorphous form of silicon dioxide, which is synthetically produced in regular solid beads.

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Silica gel beads- your monsoon saviour

20, May 2020

Pile up all those white silica gel beads you find! Monsoon is about to come.

Yes, Monsoon, the season of life. How rightly termed it isn’t? It is a season when the flora and fauna booms and flourishes at their prime. Along with them, some unwelcomed guests also find their way out through our daily households and other important stuffs. They are popularly known as the molds and fungus.

These microscopic organisms are the lovers of moisture and humid. So this monsoon, prepare ahead with our tips and techniques that can be used to keep these unwanted guests off your house.

Stay mold and mildew-free with silica gel beads

Silica gel is available in beads, pellets and crystal form. There are majorly two types of silica gel- Indicating and Non-indicating silica gel. Of which white silica gel beads are the non-indicating one that most commonly used for commercial purposes. Indicating silica gel are of two types: Blue silica gel that changes its color to pink upon saturation and orange silica gel that changes its color to green or colorless upon saturation.

Trust us! These white silica gel beads that you see inside your new shoe boxes or bags are of great use. How and where? Read along!

Gadget condensation: Monsoon season can cause major condensation issues on our gadgets. Be it phone, laptops, camera or any other electronic gadgets, this moisture formation, if ignored, can cause it to be damaged in the long run. Keep a stash of these white silica gel desiccants can help to adsorb any moisture content around your gadget; keeping them safe and clean.

Smelly shoes and bags: A prominent issue faced in monsoon- awfully smelly bags and shoes! Drop-in some white silica gel bead sachets into your shoes and bags. Moisture content will be easily adsorbed by them keeping your essential dry and odorless.

Fresh wardrobe: Dampness inside your cupboards and wardrobes can be a big spoiler. Protect your favorite clothes from the mold or mildew attack using these very humble silica gel sachet. Being highly porous they will adsorb the moisture amount thus keeping your clothes fresh and clean.

Protect your sofas: Firstly, move your furniture away from the wall. Seep in some sachets of these nontoxic silica gel under your sofa covers. You will see dampness never forming near your sofas anymore. 

Carpet dampness: This is another problem that one faces. Wetness on the carpet due to the moisture formation. Just drop some silica gel sachets underneath your carpet. See no more dampness this monsoon season.For More Details Contact Us soon.

How Silica Gel Deal with Moisture Problems in Drying flower Industries

13, Mar 2020

Gone are the days, when one dried aesthetically beautiful flowers inside their books or diaries. We become so enthralled by the beauty of some flowers that we want to preserve them before they wilt and die. But does a flattened flower appeal you as much as a fresh and upright flower? We bet it doesn’t. In this article, we will discuss a marvellous technique used in the flower industries in preserving and drying flowers using silica gel.

As you already know, silica moisture absorbing packets are an excellent desiccant moisture absorber. Generally, the desiccant used of flower drying is made by combining a mixture of blue indicating silica gel and white non-indicating silica gel.

How to use silica gel for drying flower?

Ensure that the petal of the flowers that are chosen for the drying process have no water in them. An airtight container is taken and silica gel for drying flowers is placed at the bottom of them to hold the flower stem. Before placing the flowers, their stems must be trimmed. Flowers are then placed upright above the drying agent silica gel. Long flowers can be laid as such whereas flat flowers must be placed facedown. The silica gel is gently poured over the flowers. It is ensured that each petal is covered in silica gel for a perfect and intact shape of flowers post the drying process. The silica gel is poured until the flower layer is completely covered.

Next, the air-tight container is sealed and moved to a secure and stable place without tilting the content. The time taken for the drying process depends on the type of flower. It may take up to 6days or even more in some cases.

Firstly, the top of the air contained in gently. Next, the silica gel content is gently poured out until the flower layer begins to show up. Now the flowers are removed one by one and gently shook to remove any silica gel residuals. Once all the flowers are taken out, for long-term storage purposes, a new air-tight container is taken and a thin layer of the drying agent silica gel is placed at the bottom. The dried and intact flowers and gently placed over the silica gel layer inside the storage container and sealed for future use.

This silica gel flower drying process is also known as embedded drying. Flowers generally used in this method include baby’s breath, bachelor’s button, cosmos, dahlia, daisy, rose, pansy, etc.

Advantages of silica gel Desiccant for flower drying or embedded drying:

  • Maintenance of the original shape.
  • Preserve and dry very delicate flowers.
  • Overcoming Petal shrinkage problems.

Depth Guide For Indicating Silica Gel Orange vs. Silica Gel Blue

09, Mar 2020

Silica gel is a widely utilized and highly popular desiccant used in a variety of industrial and daily life applications. Featured with small-sized pores, silica gel allows moisture or water vapors or impurities to peep through it leaving behind pure substances. Among its other counterparts, Silica gel has gained popularity due to its larger surface area thus encouraging faster and efficient moisture adsorption and saturation indicating property. In this article, we will discuss the indicating property of silica gel and its two types.

Indicating silica gel have this innate ability to notify the saturation level by the color transition. There are basically two types of indicating silica gel: Silica gel orange and Silica gel blue.

Silica Gel Orange

This color-changing silica gel is made of alumino-silicate. They are eco-friendly and are used in various applications involving the prevention of moisture damage in goods and other stuff. Silica gel orange indicators are heavy metal-free, non-toxic and affordable.

When dry it has its industry-made orange color, but as it gets saturated the color of the silica gel gradually changes to green color. This happens due to the presence of methyl violet. The indicating property becomes a great way of notifying when one needs to replace or regenerate the desiccants for the maintenance of constant operation.

There are silica gels that turn from orange to colorless upon saturation. Orange to green silica gel is available in the form of hard round or spherically shaped beads.

Silica Gel Blue

 Just as Silica gel orange supports visual moisture control, silica gel blue too supports the same. The only difference stands are in its color change. When moisture-free, this desiccant displays the color blue. Upon trapping moisture, at first it turns into light blue color. 

As the moisture content raises and reaches a saturation level, this blue colored silica gel turns into pink. Now, it indicates that its time for the regeneration process. The color transition happens due to the chemical compound called cobalt chloride, a heavy metal salt. The indicating property is imbibed in these desiccants by washing them with a concentration of cobalt salt.

 

 

Silica gel blue is banned in some European countries due to its toxicity. They are available in the market in the form of beads and crystals.

Be it orange to green silica gel or blue to pink silica gel, both are equally great performers and used widely in numerous applications such as transformer breathers, air dryers, goods packaging, electronic packaging, pharmaceutical packaging, diagnostic kits packaging, etc.