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Subject: PermaBag

PermaBag

From: Jos Stanley <jos>
Date: Monday, January 29, 2001
I would like to bring to attention a new and interesting product on
humidity free storage and pest control which should be of interest
to many of our readers. The product is called PermaBag. It consists
of a digitally controlled storage system, specially designed for
humidity and pest free long-term storage, without the need of
electricity.

   "PermaBag is a large storage bag with a zipper, for controlled
    protection against, rust, corrosion, mildew, pests, insects, and
    humidity. The moisture within PermaBag is absorbed until the
    relative humidity is below 50%, creating an ideal climate for
    most long-term storage applications. These ideal conditions are
    achieved by means of PermaPack a natural and practical
    rechargeable moisture absorbing desiccant in perforated
    316-stainless steel cylinders. The PermaPack moisture absorbing
    cylinders are not thrown away but regenerated in a normal
    household oven and re-used over and over again.

    PermaBag is 100% environmentally friendly and functions without
    the need of electricity, parts or replacements. The humidity
    within PermaBag is monitored by a digital Thermo-hygrometer.
    This precision instrument offers peace of mind by constantly
    indicating the exact humidity inside the bag as well as
    informing when the desiccant needs to be regenerated. Simply
    enclose the moisture absorbing cylinders together with the
    hygrometer, that's it. Further information on this product is
    available at <URL:http://www.permabag.com/business.htm>"

Jos Stanley
J.F. Stanley and Co.
Grossneumarkt 24, 20459
Hamburg, Germany


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Received on Monday, 29 January, 2001

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