All the tips and tricks you need to know about vacuum drying chambers

July 2018 New tips and tricks page

BINDER experts give their tips


The variety of different ways in which vacuum drying chambers are used in practice is really quite thrilling. They are even needed in museums and libraries to preserve delicate objects such as valuable books, microfilms or antiques.


 Keeping items in dry storage stops destructive processes in their tracks. But the new tips and tricks page for vacuum drying chambers provides even more information on, for example, how printed circuit boards are stored in the chambers. The experts from BINDER also tell you what you must consider when deciding on a vacuum drying chamber.


On the one hand, these chambers are used to store sensitive objects to protect them against humidity; this can be achieved either at ambient temperature or at higher temperatures. On the other hand, they can also be used to simulate aging processes and conduct material tests. Since electrical components are subjected to thermal stress at high drying temperatures, gentle procedures and various drying methods are available too.

BINDER has also developed special vacuum drying chambers for flammable solvents, which combine effective drying with a sophisticated safety concept. The explosion-proof interior guarantees a safe working environment.


If we have piqued your interest or if you want to go ahead and purchase this great all-rounder, take a look at our new Buyer's Guide. It will quickly show you what you need to bear in mind when buying a vacuum drying chamber.