XDry Corp., a leading supplier of humidity-controlled storage cabinets for manufacturing, laboratories and preservation, today announced the appointment of TechSystems as its newest manufacturers’ representative. Under the agreement, Chris Putney, President of TechSystems, will represent the XDry line of humidity-controlled storage cabinets throughout Northern California and Western Nevada.

TechSystems has been a manufacturers’ representative for electronics assembly equipment in Northern California for more than 30 years. The company provides complete installation, training, applications and machine repair. The team’s combined technical support background includes placement equipment, wave soldering, cleaning, reflow, rework, AOI, SPI and X-ray inspection systems, programming, and component packaging.

XDry has been providing humidity-controlled storage cabinets for more than 15 years. The storage systems are self-contained and easy to maintain. With XDry, there is no need for nitrogen or compressed air – just plug the cabinet into the wall and it is ready to go.

XDry’s cabinet environment can be maintained from ambient to 1% RH, providing constant and stable storage at precisely the required RH level. XDry storage cabinets satisfy standards such as IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033 and IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020.

XDry cabinets are the perfect solution for printed circuit board and moisture sensitive component storage.

For more information, visit XDry.com.

For more information about TechSystems’ products and services, contact Chris Putney at cputney@techsystemsnc.com.

About XDry Corp.
XDry has more than 15 years of experience manufacturing dry cabinet storage systems. Founder Kevin McCarten was an early pioneer in the design of humidity-controlled storage – also known as auto-electronic desiccator storage cabinets. XDry offers a wide selection of dry storage cabinets to choose from, including storage for printed circuit boards, moisture sensitive devices (MSD), optics, laboratory equipment, industrial equipment, collectables, media and more.