Determining how to dehumidify the contents of a rigid container can be tricky and AGM has provided a guide for calculating desiccant within these types of storage containers.Read More
Indicating silica gel provides a rapid detection method that enables users to quickly determine when desiccant needs to be recharged or replaced when drying air and gas streams. Indicating desiccant does this by changing color as it becomes increasingly saturated with moisture.Read More
Often unconsidered, silica gel desiccant is a more effective drying agent than are many of the more frequently recommended solutions – such as uncooked rice – for saving wet cellphones, storing books and spices, and many other household uses.Read More
Desiccant adsorbs moisture rather than absorbs it and the difference can be unclear. AGM’s Managing Engineer, Pat Lane explains the differences between adsorption and absorption.Read More
Waste-to-Energy Conversion: How to Effectively Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Create Renewable Energy
A large portion of methane gas emissions are emitted as part of Landfill Gas (LFG) and there are challenges, however, to effectively converting LFG into clean energy. One such challenge is removing siloxanes from LFG.Read More
AGM provides a guide to selecting desiccant, taking into consideration the environment, product packaging, industry & goal for the desired application.